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Manhattan DA Bragg sues GOP House Judiciary chairman to prevent interference in Trump case

By CNN Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg is suing House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican, over what the lawsuit describes as a “transparent campaign to intimidate and attack” the district attorney and interfere in his office’s case against former President Donald Trump. This story is breaking and will be updated. The-CNN-Wire™ & ©

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Military exercises suggest China is getting ‘ready to launch a war against Taiwan,’ Taiwanese foreign minister tells CNN

By Jim Sciutto, Chief National Security Correspondent One day after China simulated “joint precision strikes” on Taiwan during military exercises around the island, Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Joseph Wu condemned Beijing’s actions in an exclusive interview with CNN and warned that “they seem to be trying to get ready to launch a war against Taiwan.” “Look

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Maricopa County investigation into printer issues during 2022 election finds ‘equipment failure’ at fault

By Shania Shelton, CNN An independent investigation conducted by former Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Ruth McGregor found that older printers and longer ballots printed on heavier paper were to blame for a printer issue at several precincts in Maricopa County that prevented some ballots from being properly scanned on site during Election Day 2022.

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The Pentagon is launching a criminal investigation into who may have been behind the US intelligence documents leak.

Investigations of leaked Pentagon documents take shape as DOJ probes source of leak

By Natasha Bertrand, Zachary Cohen, Kylie Atwood, Alex Marquardt and Haley Britzky, CNN The US government investigations into a leak of highly classified Pentagon documents are starting to take shape, with the Pentagon examining how the leak impacts US national security and the Justice Department launching a criminal investigation into who may have been behind

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Former White House Senior Advisor Steven Miller speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference CPAC held on July 11

Stephen Miller returns to grand jury to testify about January 6 conversations with Trump

By Casey Gannon and Katelyn Polantz, CNN Donald Trump’s close presidential aide and speechwriter Stephen Miller returned to testify to a federal grand jury in Washington on Tuesday after the courts ordered that he and other top advisers must share their recollections of direct conversations with the then-president related to the January 6, 2021, Capitol

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GOP distrust in voting machines persists as Dominion and Fox News head to legal showdown

By Fredreka Schouten and Marshall Cohen, CNN First, the Shasta County Board of Supervisors in rural northern California voted to cancel its contract with Dominion Voting Systems, citing public distrust of the company’s machines. Then, the supervisors agreed to shift to hand-counting ballots in future elections after receiving written assurance from one of the most

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Medication abortion case could set up another explosive Supreme Court ruling — but it may not look like last year’s

By Joan Biskupic, CNN Senior Supreme Court Analyst The Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade last June was decades in the making, culminating in a dramatic evisceration of women’s constitutional privacy rights and ability to obtain an abortion. The new controversy over medication abortion, which has burst relatively suddenly on the legal scene, has

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Tina Peters reacts to early election returns during a primary night watch party at the Wide Open Saloon on June 28

Colorado election denier Tina Peters sentenced to home detention and community service for obstruction conviction

By Andi Babineau and Jeremy Harlan, CNN Tina Peters — the former clerk of Mesa County, Colorado, and the state’s most prominent 2020 election denier — was sentenced by a judge Monday to home detention and community service after she was found guilty last month of obstructing a government operation. Peters was sentenced to four

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US designates Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich as wrongfully detained by Russia

By Jennifer Hansler, CNN The US State Department on Monday officially designated Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich as wrongfully detained by Russia. “Today, Secretary Blinken made a determination that Evan Gershkovich is wrongfully detained by Russia,” State Department principal deputy spokesperson Vedant Patel said in a statement. The designation gives further backing to the

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