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Russians withdraw from Kherson but the battle is far from over

Ukrainian armed forces continue to move towards the Kherson front in Ukraine on November 9, 2022. Metin Atkas | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Russia’s withdrawal from much of Kherson in southern Ukraine is likely to be dangerous for both sides in the war, according to analysts, who said the battle for the region “is …

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Democrats hold small but shrinking lead in major Arizona races

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Democrats have maintained a small but dwindling lead over their Republican rivals in the U.S. Senate and gubernatorial races, contests that could determine Senate control and election rules. of 2024 in a crucial battlefield state. The races remained too early to call two days after the election, with some 600,000 ballots …

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Russia’s withdrawal from Kherson is another humiliation for Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) meets soldiers during a visit to a military training center in the Western Military District for mobilized reservists, outside the city of Ryazan on October 20, 2022. Mikhail Klimentiev | AFP | Getty Images As Russian military commanders announced another major pullout in Ukraine on Wednesday, pro-Kremlin commentators described the …

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Here’s how five states voted on legalizing recreational marijuana

Marijuana activists hold up a 51-foot inflatable joint during a rally at the United States Capitol to demand Congress pass cannabis reform legislation on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. Caroline Brehmann | Cq-roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images Voters in two states approved the legalization of recreational marijuana in Tuesday’s election, joining the growing list of …

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Elections to Remember: No Republican Sweep After All

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. elections sometimes offer a moment of national unity. It’s not one of them. 2022 mid-termsdeciding the balance of power in Congress, have been bitter, surly and cost billions. Even the very notion of democracy and the civil ritual of voting were under attack. President Joe Biden, who presides over tight Democratic …

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Control of US Congress at stake as polls open in midterm elections | 2022 US Midterm Elections

The first polling stations opened in Midterm elections in the United Statesthat will determine the composition of the next Congress and set the tone for the remainder of President Joe Biden’s term in the White House. Tuesday’s vote comes as Americans grapple with sky-high inflation and cost of living, and the economy has become the …

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Midterms 2022: Biden and Trump make last call before election

COATESVILLE, Pa. (AP) — From coast to coast, high-profile candidates and funders issued a final appeal to voters Monday in the final hours of a difficult time midterm election seasonwith Republicans excited about the prospect of winning back Congress and President Joe Biden insisting his party would “surprise the living devil of a lot of …

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Trump suggests he will launch his 2024 presidential campaign on November 15

Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a pre-election rally in support of Republican candidates in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, U.S. November 5, 2022. fresh mike | Reuters WASHINGTON — After weeks of heightened speculation, former President Donald Trump said Monday he would make a “big announcement” Nov. 15 at his resort town of Mar-a-Lago, where he …

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Judge denies Michigan GOP SOS candidate’s request to disqualify Detroit mail-in ballots

A judge rejects a request from Michigan’s Republican secretary of state Kristina Karamo to disqualify Detroit’s mail-in ballots in the Nov. 8 election. Just a few weeks before general election in Michigan, candidate Karamo filed a lawsuit seeking to disqualify mail-in ballots in the city of Detroit alone and to require Detroit voters to vote …

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