The Google-owned video platform's reversal comes as former President Donald Trump continues to baselessly claim the 2020 election was stolen
Monday on Political Rewind: The New York Times reported on testimony alleging Donald Trump took part in a discussion about plans to access sensitive election data in Coffee County. Plus, Gov. Brian Kemp will not attend the state GOP convention, another sign of his disapproval with the political party.
Delaware Superior Court Judge Eric M. Davis told a courtroom on Monday that he's still preparing for the blockbuster trial to start Tuesday, even as both sides engaged in settlement talks.
Dominion Voting Systems is suing Fox News and its parent company Fox Corp. for knowingly airing false claims that its machines rigged the 2020 election against then-President Donald Trump.
Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier repeatedly proposed an hour-long special to debunk voting fraud myths after the 2020 elections. Network executives never gave him an answer.
The blockbuster $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit is set to go to trial next month in a Delaware court.
A woman who put forth election-fraud claims that even she described as "pretty wackadoodle" was a source for baseless claims aired by Fox News in 2020. The network is now being sued for defamation.
After the 2020 election, Fox News repeatedly aired claims of election fraud even though its stars and executives said, behind the scenes, those claims were "ludicrous," "bs" and "nonsense."
Brazil's far-right ex-president was lying low in Orlando, Fla., as a mob of his supporters stormed government buildings this weekend. Analysts say the move insulates him from possible legal jeopardy.
As one of the world's largest democracies heads to the polls on Sunday, here are the main candidates and issues in the Brazilian election.
Harri Hursti bought the Dominion machine to uncover its vulnerabilities, something he often does for state election officials. But authorities are trying to find out how the machine ended up online.
Both Rep. Liz Cheney and former Attorney General Bill Barr referenced 2,000 Mules, a pro-Trump film, during Monday's Jan. 6 committee hearing. In his testimony, Barr said he was "unimpressed" with it.