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How Russia’s territory control in Ukraine has shifted

Seven months into the invasion, Russia controls less land than it did in the initial days of the war. See how the advances stalled. By CNN Staff, Natalie Croker, Byron Manley, Tim Lister and the CNN Data and Graphics team September 30, 2022 The Ukrainian military’s sudden and successful counter-attack …

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Trump defends ‘great woman’ Ginni Thomas after Jan. 6 testimony

CNN  —  Former President Donald Trump praised the “courage and strength” of Ginni Thomas at a rally Saturday, days after the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas met with congressional investigators about her efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election. In a four-and-a-half hour meeting with investigators …

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Federal judge rules against Abrams-founded voting rights group in Georgia

CNN  —  A federal judge ruled against a voting rights group founded by Georgia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams Friday in a challenge to the state’s voting laws. US District Judge Steve Jones ruled against “Fair Fight Action” on claims over Georgia’s “exact match” voter registration policy, absentee ballot cancellation …

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Supreme Court rearranges its seating chart as Jackson takes the bench

Washington CNN  —  Tradition is a long-held value at the US Supreme Court, where the nine justices’ adherence to a myriad of historic rules makes the inner workings of America’s highest court reliably consistent even as its decisions sometimes send shock waves through the country. Some of those treasured rules …

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Florida: More than 2 million without power

Homes damaged by Hurricane Ian are seen in Fort Myers Beach on September 29. (Greg Lovett/USA Today Network) The city of Fort Myers Beach on Florida’s southwest coast was leveled by Hurricane Ian, a local politician said late Thursday. “I made it about two-thirds down the island and I’d say …

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