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Arizona Judge Tosses Kari Lake’s 2022 Election Lawsuit

An Arizona judge threw out a lawsuit filed by Kari Lake over her defeat in last year’s race for governor, ruling that she had failed to prove that the state’s most populous county, Maricopa, had neglected to review voters’ signatures on mail-in ballot envelopes. The decision, issued late Monday, is …

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Greece Elections: New Democracy on Track to Win Most Votes

The party of Greece’s conservative prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, was on track to win a decisive victory in the general election on Sunday but fell short of the majority required to lead a one-party government, setting the stage for another ballot within weeks since Mr. Mitsotakis appeared to rule out …

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U.S. Debt-Limit Talks Are Stalling on These Issues

President Biden said on Sunday that he believed he had the authority to challenge the constitutionality of the nation’s borrowing limit but that he did not believe such a challenge could succeed in time to avoid a default on federal debt if lawmakers did not raise the limit soon. “I …

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Zelensky Asks G7 Leaders for More Ukraine Aid

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine landed in Japan on Saturday determined to urge the wealthiest democracies in the world to stick with him as Moscow bets on the West growing fatigued by the cost and consequences of the war. Mr. Zelensky made a dramatic entry into Hiroshima, landing in a …

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