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Is the Alt-Right a movement, a theory, a trend, or just an unorganized group of people far outside of what used to be the political mainstream in America?
A federal court in Atlanta on Monday issued an order requiring the state to take a number of steps to protect voters who had to cast provisional ballots.
Mishaps, protests and litigation are overshadowing the vote recount in Florida’s pivotal races for governor and Senate, reviving memories of 2000.
The long racist history of the abuse of felon disenfranchisement in the state of Florida was finally ended by popular referendum.
Georgia Green Party claims GOP stole governors election from democrats Stacey Abram by Republican Brian Kemp in a release of November 6th, 2018.
Massive amounts were spent by the candidates and independent spenders in the races that decided the 2018 midterms which was rewarded with victory.
The Green-Rainbow Party (GRP) statewide candidates earned enough votes to be formally recognized as an official party in the state of Massachusetts.
While the overall number of veterans in Congress declined after Tuesday’s election, the number of female veterans elected to Congress rose.
This election presented Georgia voters with unnecessary and manufactured obstacles and so, the Civil Rights Groups demand every Georgian ballot be counted.
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The diamond industry must deliver on its promise that consumers can trust the diamonds they purchase are sourced, traded, and processed responsibly.
Ethiopia’s attorney general said on Monday that a five-month long investigation at huge military-run conglomerate METEC has revealed vast corruption.
Benny Tai was among the trio who originally proposed what became known as the “Umbrella Movement” in 2013 under the Occupy Central banner.
The Tunisian parliament approved on Monday a cabinet reshuffle proposed by Prime Minister Youssef Chahed amid a political and economic crisis.
Unidentified assailants viciously attacked a local trade union leader in Kazakhstan on the evening of November 10, 2018, Human Rights Watch said today.
CPJ expressed indignation at statements from Tanzanian authorities justifying the detention of CPJ’s Africa team in Dar es Salaam on November 7.
Brookings Institute on November 6, 2018 hosted an event in which a three member panel each brought to light what they thought of Khan’s achievements in 100 days.
On November 6 2018, Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard hosted Tarleton Gillespie in an event on his book “Custodians of the Internet”.
U.S has spoken out against Tanzanian moves to cut back human rights and civil liberties,harassment of “marginalized” people such as homosexuals.
Central African nation’s presidency said in statement on Sunday latest word about health of president Ali Bongo Ondimba of Gabon was “extremely reassuring”.
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- Russia-Controlled Ukraine Regions Hold Clearly Rigged Vote
- Struggle to Hold Khashoggi Killers to Account Hitting Walls
- Ugandan Pop Star-Politician Performs First Show Since Jailing
- Year-Long Global Initiative to Reimagine Democracy Releases Report
- Sudden Dissolution Of Sri Lanka Parliament Denounced
- Opposition Claims Leader Survived Zimbabwe Assassination Attempt
- League of Women Voters Joins Key Arizona Voter Protection Lawsuit
- Financial Times Editor Refused Entry To Hong Kong
- One Year On, Mauritanian Anti-Slavery Blogger Still In Prison