Politics

US Attorney General Vows to Combat Efforts to Curb Voting Rights | Voice of America

WASHINGTON - U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland warned Friday that the Justice Department would vigorously oppose state efforts to impose new curbs on voting rights for many Americans, particularly Blacks and other minorities. “We’re scrutinizing new laws that seek to curb access, and where we see violations, we will not hesitate to act,” Garland said in a speech...

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US Attorney General Warns Ransomware ‘Getting Worse and Worse’ | Voice of America

U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland warned Wednesday that ransom-motivated cyberattacks are "getting worse and worse," echoing other top Biden administration officials who have sounded the alarm about the problem in recent weeks. "We have to do everything we possibly can here," Garland told lawmakers. "This is a very, very serious threat."   The attorney general's warning during a Senate...

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US Says Iranians Should be Free to Choose Own Leaders | Voice of America

WASHINGTON - The Biden administration has responded to Iran's mass disqualification of candidates for its upcoming presidential election by saying Iranians should be free to choose their own leaders. The White House statement coincides with sharp criticism of Iran’s electoral system from Iranian rights activists and U.S. conservatives as neither free nor fair. Iran's Guardian Council, which vets...

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Republicans Denounce Congresswoman Taylor Greene’s Holocaust Remarks | Voice of America

WASHINGTON - U.S. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy denounced fellow Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene on Tuesday for likening COVID-19 masks to the badges the Nazis forced Jews to wear in the Holocaust, but did not suggest any disciplinary action against the firebrand ally to former President Donald Trump. "Marjorie is wrong, and her intentional decision to compare the...

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Agreement Reached for Bipartisan Probe into US Capitol Riot | Voice of America

Two members of the U.S. House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee announced an agreement Friday to form a panel to conduct a bipartisan investigation into the Jan. 6 insurrection on the U.S. Capitol.  The deal was announced in a statement by committee Democratic Chairman Bennie Thompson and its top Republican, John Katko.  The legislators said they would introduce...

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