EXCLUSIVE: Former Warnock opponent implores high turnout in Georgia Senate runoff to propel Walker to victory
In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital, former Republican Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler urged Georgians to turn out in high numbers to propel Herschel Walker to victory.foxnews.com
'GEORGIA MATTERS': Ted Cruz issues warning over possible Warnock victory, says Dem lies about voting record
In an interview with Fox News Digital, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, warned Americans about what could happen with a Democrat Senate majority should Warnock win the Georgia runoff.foxnews.com
Georgia GOP Senate nominee Herschel Walker set to receive 2022 tax exemption on Texas home meant for a 'principal residence': report
An official in the Tarrant County tax assessor office told the KFile that Walker used the tax exemption in both 2021 and 2022 for his Texas home.news.yahoo.com
Republicans try to stop Saturday voting in Georgia runoff
Republican groups have filed an appeal with Georgia's highest court in an attempt to prohibit early voting this Saturday in the U.S. Senate runoff election between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker.cbsnews.com
Michigan still No. 3 in College Football Playoff rankings after Illinois win
3 ranking in the College Football Playoff poll ahead of Saturday’s showdown with archrival Ohio State. 3-ranked team in the country for three straight weeks, a stretch that has included victories over Rutgers, Nebraska and Illinois. Ohio State, meanwhile, owns a win over ranked Notre Dame. Michigan got into the CFP last year with a 12-1 record after victories over Ohio State and Iowa in the conference title game. This week’s CFP rankings:1.mlive.com
US Sen. Lindsey Graham questioned in Georgia election probe
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham testified Tuesday before a special grand jury that's investigating whether President Donald Trump and others illegally meddled in the 2020 election in Georgia. The South Carolina Republican's appearance before the panel came after a drawn-out legal fight that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court as Graham tried to avoid testifying. The courts rejected his assertion but did rule that prosecutors and grand jurors could not ask him about protected legislative activity.news.yahoo.com
Georgia authorities arrest mother of still-missing toddler
The mother of a toddler reported missing Oct. 5 in Georgia has been arrested in connection with the child's disappearance and presumed death, authorities said Monday. The Chatham County Police Department in a post on Twitter said officers had arrested Leilani Simon, 22, on a charge of murder involving 20-month-old Quinton Simon. The notice said Simon was transported to the Chatham County Detention Center where she will await a bond hearing.news.yahoo.com
Georgia court declines to halt Saturday early runoff voting
A Georgia appeals court ruling on Monday means that counties can offer early voting this coming Saturday in the U.S. Senate runoff election between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker. The Court of Appeals declined a request by the state to stay a lower court's ruling that said state law allows early voting that day. Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger had told county election officials that early voting could not be held that day because state law says it is illegal on a Saturday if there is a holiday on the Thursday or Friday preceding it.news.yahoo.com
Officials: Georgia audit confirms secretary of state winner
A hand count of random batches of votes in Georgia's recent election for secretary of state has confirmed Republican Brad Raffensperger's victory, state election officials said. The audit — required by state law — turned up a small difference in votes from the machine count used during the election, but the difference was well within the expected margin of error, the Secretary of State's office announced Friday. "This audit shows that our system works and that our county election officials conducted a secure, accurate election,” Raffensperger said in a statement.news.yahoo.com
Photo taken at Asian restaurant in Georgia captures child being taught racist gesture
A photo of a college student dining at an Asian restaurant in Georgia has gone viral on social media due to a racist photobomb captured in the background. Rebekah Lee, a 19-year-old student at Emory College of Arts & Sciences, was dining at the restaurant Ton-Ton Ramen at Ponce City Market in Atlanta on Saturday when she had her photo taken shortly after her food arrived. A woman was also captured in the background of the photo seemingly teaching a young girl how to pull her eyes back in a squint, appearing to mock Asian eyes.news.yahoo.com
Attorney’s demand arrest in jail detainee beating
Attorneys for a Georgia jail detainee recorded by security cameras being punched by guards repeatedly in the head and neck called Wednesday for the deputies to be fired and arrested, insisting the videos show the violence was unjustified. (Nov.17)news.yahoo.com
Herschel Walker Fact Check: Can Werewolves Kill Vampires?
Herschel Walker, in his campaign for the Georgia Senate runoff, decided at a rally in McDonough, Georgia, on Wednesday to address an age-old question: Can werewolves kill vampires? It’s probably not relevant to his governing aspirations, but I’m here for it. We all want to know! Let’s hear the argument.news.yahoo.com
Judge says Michael Flynn must testify in Ga. election probe
A Florida judge has ruled that former national security adviser Michael Flynn must testify before a special grand jury in Atlanta that’s looking into whether then-President Donald Trump and his allies illegally tried to influence the 2020 election in Georgia.
Democrats sue for Saturday voting in Georgia Senate runoff
U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock’s campaign and Democratic groups are suing the state of Georgia to overturn guidance by Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger that counties can’t offer Saturday voting ahead of next month’s Senate runoff election.
How Michigan, final 12 contenders fit into College Football Playoff hierarchy (all possible scenarios)
Michigan is among a dozen teams that still have realistic College Football Playoff hopes, and after a weekend of upsets and widespread chaos, a clearer hierarchy within the playoff race is starting to take shape.
Judge orders Gingrich to testify in Georgia election probe
A judge has ordered former House Speaker Newt Gingrich to testify before a special grand jury in Atlanta that's investigating whether then-President Donald Trump and Republican allies illegally tried to influence the 2020 election in Georgia.
Was Donald Trump the biggest loser on election night? 3 takeaways from red wave that wasn’t
Results are still being finalized in key congressional and state legislature races across the country, but one thing that became clear overnight is that the 2022 midterm elections were not the red wave of Republican wins many pundits forecasted.
Warnock, Walker in tight race in Georgia; runoff possible
Sen. Raphael Warnock and his Republican challenger Herschel Walker were locked in a tight race night in Georgia as elections officials continued to count ballots in the state that determined partisan control of the Senate nearly two years ago and could do so again in these midterm elections.
Michigan football is 1 of 13 playoff contenders left -- here’s how all possible outcomes rank by priority
There are 13 teams left in the College Football Playoff race, and Michigan is one of them. Here's how all of those teams would rank in terms of playoff priority, based on every possible undefeated or one-loss outcome.
Meadows trying to avoid testifying in Georgia election probe
Mark Meadows, former White House chief of staff, is trying to avoid having to testify before a Georgia special grand jury that’s investigating whether then-President Donald Trump and his allies illegally tried to influence the state’s 2020 election.
Graham asks Supreme Court to intervene after election ruling
Sen. Lindsey Graham has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to intervene after a lower court ordered him to testify before a special grand jury in Georgia investigating whether then-President Donald Trump and others illegally tried to influence the 2020 election in the state.
Groups mobilize to help voters confronting new election laws
Voters in Georgia, Texas and some other states are facing new hurdles to cast a ballot during the midterm elections under laws passed by Republican-led legislatures following President Donald Trump’s false claims that voter fraud cost him reelection in 2020.