Pac-12 football: California player tests positive for the coronavirus, game in jeopardy

California’s season-opening game Saturday night against Washington is in jeopardy following a positive coronavirus test Wednesday on the Golden Bears that has caused what coach Justin Wilcox said is a “significant“ number of players needing contact tracing. Wilcox said that

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Armed Agents Are Allowed in Ballot-Counting Venues, Justice Dept. Tells Prosecutors

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department told federal prosecutors in an email early on Wednesday that the law allowed them to send armed federal officers to ballot-counting locations around the country to investigate potential voter fraud, according to three people who

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Victoria Spartz Wins Indiana House Seat, Quashing Democrats’ Hope of a Flip

Beating back a swell of liberal enthusiasm from suburban voters alienated by President Trump, Victoria Spartz, a Republican state senator, won election on Wednesday to a reliably conservative House seat outside Indianapolis, quashing Democratic hopes of flipping the seat to

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In Midwest Battlegrounds, the Virus Met Another Concern: the Economy

KENOSHA, Wis. — When Americans voted in this presidential election, they made it clear that of all the crucial issues facing the country, the coronavirus pandemic towered over the rest. They remained diametrically opposed, however, on how the pandemic reflected

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Business groups urge Trump, others to be patient until U.S. election votes counted

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Jay Timmons, President and CEO, National Association of Manufacturers, speaks at 2017 SelectUSA Investment Summit in Oxon Hill, Maryland By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Business groups across the United States on Wednesday urged Republican President

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