Georgia has a new slate of voting laws after Gov. Brian Kemp signed a 98-page bill Thursday. From absentee restrictions to more flexibility with voting equipment, here's a look at all the changes.
Some see these legal fights as another way to take on viral misinformation, one that's already starting to show some results.
Democratic state Rep. Park Cannon, a Black woman, is facing charges after refusing to stop knocking on Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's office door.
Georgia passed a highly-partisan bill overhauling the state's voting laws Thursday. Republicans had proposed a number of voting restrictions, walking back some of the more controversial provisions.
Gov. Brian Kemp has signed a massive overhaul of election rules passed by the Republican-controlled Georgia legislature that enacts new limitations on mail-in voting, expands most voters' access to in-person early voting and further inflames the state's debate over voting rights.
After 10 people were killed at a grocery store in Boulder, Colo., state Democrats say they're considering joining seven other states and D.C. by banning "assault-style" weapons.
As Boston Mayor Marty Walsh joins the Biden administration, the city will have its first female mayor and its first non-white mayor, Kim Janey.
In the final days of the 2021 legislative session, Georgia lawmakers are poised to make big changes to voting rules and procedures, though they don't yet agree on how. The latest versions of SB 202 and HB 531 share some similar language, but the combined 140 pages must be pared down before anything goes to the governor.
The House Special Committee on Election Integrity advanced a nearly 100-page voting bill that would expand early voting access, limit drop boxes, shorten runoffs and make other changes to state law.
Julia Letlow won a special election to fill the congressional seat left vacant when her husband died. In another Louisiana district, Democrats Troy Carter and Karen Carter Peterson head to a runoff.
The House on Thursday passed a Senate bill along party lines that would allow party leaders to create new organizations to raise unlimited funds for races and allow candidates to bypass fundraising limitations.
U.S Sen. Raphael Warnock challenged his colleagues Wednesday to support federal legislation that would strengthen voting rights he says are under attack in Georgia and other states following the contentious presidential election.
A two-page Senate bill dealing with absentee applications has now been substituted for a 93-page election omnibus as House and Senate leaders continue to disagree on what voting restrictions should be approved.
President Biden's aides are beginning to put policy into action, while the U.S. Senate is taking up his nominees.
The report says Russian leader Vladimir Putin authorized a campaign to assist former President Donald Trump and undermine Joe Biden, though it was not on the same scale as Moscow's efforts in 2016.