Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott warned colleagues not to "give the crazies an inch" after the 2020 elections. Dominion Voting Systems revealed her words in its $1.6 billion defamation suit against Fox.
Trump's legal team argued that the lower court lacked the authority to grant an appeal, which allowed the Justice Department to continue its investigation without supervision from a special master.
The Georgia prosecutor investigating whether former President Donald Trump and his allies broke the law trying to overturn his 2020 election loss in the state is seeking search warrants in the case. It's a sign the wide-ranging probe has entered a new phase.
As Brazilians head to the polls to vote for president, they're being deluged by a wave of falsehoods that echo Donald Trump's claims of a stolen election.
Friday on Political Rewind: Republicans claimed a larger share of Hispanic votes in 2020 than they'd usually get, but a new poll says Democrats have reversed those gains. Plus, the U.S. House passed a bill to close loopholes that Trump allies tried to use to decertify the election.
AG Letitia James is seeking $250 million in damages and to bar Trump and his children from conducting business in New York state, where they built their fortune.
A court filing says a Republican Party official in Georgia told a computer forensics team to copy components of the voting system at a rural elections office two months after the 2020 election and spent nearly all day there, contradicting her deposition testimony.
Dearie, 78, a former chief judge of the federal court in the Eastern District of New York, was one of the special master candidates suggested by Trump whom the Justice Department did not object to.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The Department of Justice has issued dozens of subpoenas. Could the investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 election focus on Georgia? Plus, state House Speaker Ralston says political rhetoric is too heated. Meanwhile, major credit card companies will start categorizing gun sales.
Late Friday, lawyers for former President Trump and the Department of Justice released different names for who they would want to review documents found in the court-authorized search of Trump's club.
Due to an unspecified "publishing error," the conservative publisher Regnery recalled the book version of Dinesh D'Souza's widely debunked election denial film "2,000 Mules." Here's what's inside.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: We may see a debate in the U.S. Senate race after all, as Warnock and Walker agree to meet in Savannah. Meanwhile, a fake elector aided Trump attorney Sidney Powell in copying election data in Coffee County. Cathy Latham, a county Republican Party chairwoman, escorted four technicians into the elections office. Plus, the panel breaks down Nancy Pelosi's visit to Georgia.
The prevalence or importance of voter fraud seems less a matter of fact than of faith. Those who accept Trump's claims are exercising their beliefs to push back against experts, courts and academics.
A federal judge has unsealed a list of items the FBI seized from former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago home during a court-authorized search last month.
The prosecutor investigating whether former President Donald Trump and others illegally tried to interfere in the 2020 election in Georgia is seeking information about a breach of voting equipment in a county roughly 200 miles south of her Atlanta office.