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Republican Ciattarelli concedes New Jersey governor race

Republican Ciattarelli concedes New Jersey governor race

RARITAN (N.J.) -- New Jersey Republican Jack Ciattarelli announced Friday that he had conceded the race to Phil Murphy for governor, more than a week following election day. However, he said that he will run again in four years.

Missouri man describes what happened the night his wife died

Missouri man describes what happened the night his wife died

COLUMBIA (Mo. -- A Missouri man charged with murdering his wife has admitted Tuesday that he buried the body in a park, but claimed that it was an accident that occurred after he pushed her during an argument.

Federal judge refuses Trump request to block Jan. 6 records

Federal judge refuses Trump request to block Jan. 6 records

Biden announces effort to ID toxic air issues in veterans

Biden announces effort to ID toxic air issues in veterans

Without saying so, France’s Macron launching re-election bid

Without saying so, France’s Macron launching re-election bid

Hopi at crossroads of maintaining language for elected posts

Hopi at crossroads of maintaining language for elected posts

POLACCA (AZ.) -- Hopi candidates move effortlessly between English and the tribe's languages as they present their case to voters from a high school auditorium.

Ciattarelli, not conceding, says result will be legal, fair

Ciattarelli, not conceding, says result will be legal, fair

TRENTON (N.J.) -- The outcome of New Jersey's election to governor will be legal and fair, Republican candidate Jack Ciattarelli stated Thursday, his first comments since The Associated Press declared Phil Murphy, the incumbent Democrat, the winner.

International envoy: Bosnian Serbs trying to break up Bosnia

International envoy: Bosnian Serbs trying to break up Bosnia

US puts new controls on Israeli spyware company NSO Group

US puts new controls on Israeli spyware company NSO Group

Biden administration sues Texas over new voting restrictions

Biden administration sues Texas over new voting restrictions

High court seems ready to strike down New York gun law

High court seems ready to strike down New York gun law

WASHINGTON , The Supreme Court appeared ready to repeal a New York gun permit law. However, the justices seemed concerned about issuing a broad ruling which could lead to gun restrictions on subways bars, stadiums, and other gathering places.

All eyes on vulnerable House Democrats after election losses

All eyes on vulnerable House Democrats after election losses

WASHINGTON , Many House Democrats are comparing 2021 to 2009, when a Republican was elected as governor of Virginia. This year, a dreadful blowout would be in the next year’s midterm elections.

Biden’s big bill on brink of House votes, but fighting drags

Biden’s big bill on brink of House votes, but fighting drags

House Republicans advance vaccine exemptions

House Republicans advance vaccine exemptions

Iconic western starring Clint Eastwood dubbed in Navajo

Iconic western starring Clint Eastwood dubbed in Navajo

Rittenhouse juror dismissed after joke about Blake shooting

Rittenhouse juror dismissed after joke about Blake shooting

KENOSHA (Wis.) -- Thursday's dismissal of a juror in Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial came after a court security guard reported that the man made a joke about Jacob Blake's police shooting, which triggered protests in the Wisconsin town where Rittenhouse is charged with shooting three people.

Champion Braves plan 2-part parade celebrating past, present

Champion Braves plan 2-part parade celebrating past, present

ATLANTA, The Atlanta Braves will pay homage to the past and present Friday with a two-part parade celebrating their 26th World Series title.

Judge questions Trump lawyers trying to shield Jan. 6 papers

Judge questions Trump lawyers trying to shield Jan. 6 papers

Analysis: After tough election, Biden dismisses danger signs

Analysis: After tough election, Biden dismisses danger signs

Manchin labels Biden's $1.75 Trillion spending proposal "shell game"

Manchin labels Biden's $1.75 Trillion spending proposal "shell game"

Huma Abedin - Hillary Clinton stayed with husband because it was "right" for her, her family, and her country

Huma Abedin - Hillary Clinton stayed with husband because it was "right" for her, her family, and her country

Huma Abedin spent a lot of her career with Hillary Clinton. She was present when President Bill Clinton's affair was exposed with Monica Lewinsky

Virginia governor's race: Glenn Youngkin may win due to 'white backlash', expert says

Virginia governor's race: Glenn Youngkin may win due to 'white backlash', expert says

The promise to ban critical racism theory from the state's schools may have helped Republican gain support. However, it is not currently taught in these schools.