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Georgia and Michigan Deliver Blows to Trump’s Efforts to Undo the Election

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ATLANTA — President Trump’s attempt to undo the election results was undercut twice by fellow Republicans on Friday, as Georgia became the first contested state...
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‘The Ballots Might Have Been From Mickey Mouse,’ the President’s Lawyer Said. Likewise, His Legal Strategy.

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WASHINGTON — President Trump, who said there would be so much winning in his White House that Americans would grow tired of it, is of...
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Justice Dept. Plans 3 Executions Before Biden’s Inauguration

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WASHINGTON — In the final weeks of President Trump’s term, his administration intends to execute three inmates on federal death row, the last scheduled executions...
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Behind Trump’s Yearslong Effort to Turn Losing Into Winning

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The trouble broke out inside the main counting room in Detroit late on the morning of Nov. 4. It was the day after Election Day,...
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Trump Is Not Doing Well With His Election Lawsuits. Here’s a Rundown.

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It is difficult to overturn an American election result, as President Trump was reminded on Friday, when his campaign lost in courts in Michigan and...
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Trump Loses String of Election Results Lawsuits

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President Trump suffered multiple legal setbacks in three key swing states on Friday, choking off many of his last-ditch efforts to use the courts to...
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Fight Over Gig Workers Persists Despite Win for Uber and Lyft

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Last week’s election produced a crisp result in at least one high-stakes contest: California voters approved a ballot measure that exempts companies like Uber and...
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Growing Discomfort at Law Firms Representing Trump in Election Lawsuits

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Like many big law firms, Jones Day, whose roots go back to Cleveland in the late 1800s, has prided itself on representing controversial clients. There...