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Georgia Runoff Seeing Record Voter Turnout: Can That Help Herschel Walker?

Both Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock are trying to convince their supporters to return to the polls and vote one more time in the runoffs. → Read More

'Violent' Response to China Protests Could Be End for Xi: Tiananmen Leader

Wang Dan told Newsweek that even if the Chinese Communist Party sends in armed troops like it did 33 years ago, "the end will be different from 1989." → Read More

Russia to Punish Promoting LGBTQ Rights With Up to $82K Fine, Jail Time

A principle architect of the Russian legislation said: "LGBT today is an element of hybrid warfare." → Read More

Lauren Boebert Narrowly Wins Election After Bragging About 'Red Wave'

The conservative firebrand won reelection in Colorado's 3rd District in the midterm elections. → Read More

Lauren Boebert Almost Losing Election '100 Percent on Her'

This week, Boebert almost lost reelection in a GOP stronghold that Republicans never expected to be vulnerable. → Read More

Herschel Walker's First Week of Runoff Campaigning Plagued by Gaffes

With uncertainties about early voting and rants about vampires, the Georgia Senate candidate's return to the campaign trail is off to a rocky start. → Read More

Trump's 'Extremely Bad Luck' Could Doom Lawsuit Against His Biggest Enemy

Trump's suit landed in front of the same judge who sanctioned the former president's lawyers just a week ago. → Read More

Lauren Boebert Overtakes Adam Frisch's Lead With Razor Thin Margin

"Winning!" the Republican congresswoman tweeted after the latest vote count. → Read More

Trump Finds Few Friends Even Among His Staunchest Allies

Unwavering support for the former president is becoming rare within the Republican Party after the midterms. → Read More

Trump's Midterm Failure Won't Hand DeSantis the 2024 Nomination

Despite this week's midterm losses, experts predict Trump will remain undeterred in his 2024 goals and make an official announcement soon. → Read More

Musk Warns Twitter Will Do 'Dumb Things,' Nixes Some Official Badges

Musk said he "killed" the "official" gray checkmarks on Twitter just hours after the new program was rolled out on the social media platform. → Read More

Dr. Oz Campaign Party Empty As Race Is Called for Fetterman

Democrats scored a massive win after Fetterman picked up the hotly contested open seat in Pennsylvania. → Read More

Tudor Dixon Supporters Boo Fox News After It Calls Election for Whitmer

"We don't accept that Fox is calling this," Dixon told the crowd at her watch party. → Read More

Ron DeSantis Wins Over Hispanic County That Rejected Him in 2018 Election

Four years ago, DeSantis lost by 20 points in Florida's most populous county. On Tuesday, the governor thanked Miami-Dade specifically for reelecting him. → Read More

Dr. Oz Pennsylvania Roots Not Deep Enough for Most Voters, Exit Poll Shows

"People don't really care where I'm from. They care what I stand for," Oz insisted earlier in the campaign cycle. → Read More

Will Trump Gut the FBI if He Wins in 2024?

Experts predict to Newsweek how the FBI might be reformed under a second Trump term. → Read More

Democrats Boosting MAGA Candidates May Actually Pay Off

Of the GOP candidates that Democrats boosted, more than half will be on Tuesday's ballots. All six of those candidates are projected to lose their races. → Read More

JD Vance Warns He May Have to Drop Out in Last-Ditch Fundraising Push

Over the course of the election cycle, Vance's campaign has raised a quarter of what his Democratic opponent Tim Ryan's campaign has raised. → Read More

Final New York Times Poll Gives Democrats Lead in 3 of 4 Key Races

The survey suggests Democrats may keep control of the Senate despite recent GOP gains. → Read More

Texas Election Could Determine Fate of Death Row Inmates

Currently, all nine judges on the state's Court of Criminal Appeals are Republicans. Democrats have not won a seat on the court since the late 1990s. → Read More