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Biden walks back talk that future elections might not be 'legit'

President Biden's comment that future elections might not be legitimate because of new GOP voting restrictions sparked criticism from Republicans and democracy watchers, prompting a walk-back Thursday by the White House.

Jan. 6 committee seeks testimony from Ivanka Trump to discuss her fathers attempt to overturn the election results

The committee is focused on efforts to pressure Vice President Pence to reject Joe Bidens victory when he presided over the electoral vote count in the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

Missouri Senate candidate ad falsely claims stolen election

A Republican congressman running for U.S. Senate in Missouri has released a 30-second ad that falsely claims the 2020 election was rigged and stolen from former President Donald Trump

Study: Drug-resistant bacteria kill 1.2 million globally

'Superbugs' have joined the ranks of the worlds leading infectious disease killers.

Aiming to make CDC nimble, agency director has rankled many

The CDC has long been criticized as too slow to collect and act on new information. That is changing, bringing new complaints.

Georgia DA asks for special grand jury in election probe

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis requests help as she investigates possible attempts by Trump and others to interfere in the 2020 election.

Most 'Havana syndrome' cases not linked to U.S. adversary, CIA says

U.S. officials say the CIA thinks it's unlikely Russia or another foreign adversary is using directed energy to attack diplomats and intelligence officers.

19-year-old woman sets record for solo global flight

Zara Rutherford, a 19-year-old Belgian British pilot, sets a world record as the youngest woman to fly solo around the world.

Biden is stuck with a divided party

Biden knew his voting rights push was unlikely to succeed, yet felt he had to plunge ahead in the face of pressure from activists and other Democrats.

Biden's Ukraine comments prompt uproar

Biden suggested in this weeks news conference that a minor incursion by Russia could prompt a milder Western response, sparking a global outcry. The White House scrambled Thursday to contain the damage.