Kate Brumback, The Associated Press

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Recent articles by Kate:

Georgia election probe enters new phase with search warrants

The Georgia prosecutor investigating whether former President Donald Trump and his allies broke the law trying to overturn his 2020 election loss in the state is seeking search warrants in the case → Read More

Georgia election probe enters new phase with search warrants

Documents, emails, security video and deposition testimony produced in response to subpoenas in a long-running lawsuit have shown that lawyer Sidney Powell and other Trump allies hired a computer forensics team to go to Coffee County to make complete copies of data. → Read More

Georgia election probe enters new phase with search warrants

Documents, emails, security video and deposition testimony produced in response to subpoenas in a long-running lawsuit have shown that lawyer Sidney Powell and other Trump allies hired a computer forensics team to go to Coffee County to make complete copies of data. → Read More

Georgia election officials discuss breach, security measures

The Georgia State Election Board held a meeting to reassure board members and the general public that the state’s elections remain secure following the revelation of a breach of voting equipment in one county. → Read More

Georgia election officials discuss breach, security measures

The Georgia State Election Board held a meeting to reassure board members and the general public that the state’s elections remain secure following the revelation of a breach of voting equipment in one county. → Read More

Georgia voting equipment breach at center of tangled tale

A breach of sensitive voting equipment data from a rural county in Georgia spilled into the public light last month when documents and emails produced in response to subpoenas revealed → Read More

Georgia voting equipment breach at center of tangled tale

A breach of sensitive voting equipment data in Georgia spilled into the public light last month when documents and emails revealed the involvement of supporters of former President Trump. → Read More

Georgia voting equipment breach at center of tangled tale

According to a recording, the bail bondsman said he’d chartered a jet and was with a computer forensics team at the elections office when they “imaged every hard drive of every piece of equipment.” → Read More

Georgia voting equipment breach at center of tangled tale

According to a recording, the bail bondsman said he’d chartered a jet and was with a computer forensics team at the elections office when they “imaged every hard drive of every piece of equipment.” → Read More

Georgia voting equipment breach at center of tangled tale

According to a recording, the bail bondsman said he’d chartered a jet and was with a computer forensics team at the elections office when they “imaged every hard drive of every piece of equipment.” → Read More

Video shows ‘unauthorized access’ to Ga. election equipment

The filing late Monday is part of a broader lawsuit challenging the security of the state’s voting machines that has been drawn into a separate investigation of former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn his loss in Georgia. → Read More

Lawyers seek data in Georgia election equipment breach

The filing late Monday is part of a broader lawsuit challenging the security of the state’s voting machines that has been drawn into a separate investigation of former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn his loss in Georgia. → Read More

Video shows ‘unauthorized access’ to Ga. election equipment

The filing late Monday is part of a broader lawsuit challenging the security of the state’s voting machines that has been drawn into a separate investigation of former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn his loss in Georgia. → Read More

Lawyers seek data in Georgia election equipment breach

A new court filing says a former Republican Party official in Georgia who was a fake elector in 2020 misrepresented her role in an alleged breach of voting equipment at a rural elections office two months after the presidential election → Read More

Computer experts urge Georgia to replace voting machines

A group of computer and election security experts is urging Georgia officials to take extra security steps ahead of November’s midterm elections. → Read More

Computer experts urge state to replace voting machines

This comes after video was released of apparent unauthorized copying of election equipment in Coffee County. → Read More

Former Atlanta official gets 14 years in corruption case

ATLANTA (AP) — A pastor, political operative and former high-ranking Atlanta city official was sentenced Thursday to 14 years in prison after a jury found her guilty of charges stemming from a long-running federal investigation into corruption at City Hall. U.S. District Judge Steve Jones told Mitzi Bickers that the evidence showed that she was […] → Read More

Former Atlanta official gets 14 years in corruption case

ATLANTA (AP) — A pastor, political operative and former high-ranking Atlanta city official was sentenced Thursday to 14 years in prison after a jury found her guilty of charges stemming from a long… → Read More

Former Atlanta official gets 14 years in corruption case

A pastor, political operative and former high-ranking Atlanta city official was sentenced Thursday to 14 years in prison after a jury found her guilty of charges stemming from a long-running federal investigation into corruption at City Hall → Read More

Former Atlanta official gets 14 years in corruption case

A pastor, political operative and former high-ranking Atlanta city official was sentenced Thursday to 14 years in prison after a jury found her guilty of charges stemming from a long-running federal investigation into corruption at City Hall. → Read More