Mark Finchem, a GOP member of the Arizona House who denies that President Joe Biden won in 2020, has appeared at QAnon-supporting conventions.
The Kremlin has long pushed for Bout's release, calling his detainment in the U.S. "unlawful."
The Donald Trump-endorsed candidate has been found to have made more outlandish claims on her "It's Solid Food" podcast.
The secretary of state said Sunday that "when it comes to Putin's strategic objectives, he's already failed."
Trump allegedly spoke with the secretary of state in January 2021, and asked him to "find" more votes that would ensure him a win in Georgia.
Norm Eisen said Sunday it's "quite likely" the former president will face charges related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Ex-president sought to punish those who defied him after the 2020 election, but his rivals proved him wrong, beating some of his endorsed candidates Tuesday.
Benson, the Democratic secretary of state in Michigan, said "there's a clear, coordinated national campaign" to spread misinformation about the 2020 election.
Georgia's secretary of state says he's running on the "facts" and the "truth" to defeat Jody Hice, whose been endorsed by the former president.
The convention served as the latest test for the former president's endorsements.
No matter how many pieces are written about the late Madeleine Albright, there will always be more to say. And it will never be too late to say it.
Albright's family announced on Wednesday that the 84-year-old former secretary of state died from cancer.
Albright served under Clinton from 1996 to 2001 and was the highest-ranking woman diplomat in the history of the U.S. government at the time.
A clip from a 1996 interview shows an anguished Albright answer a question about the deaths of Iraqi children.
Politicians on both sides of the aisle in Washington, D.C., are mourning the death of the former secretary of state.
The first female secretary of state in United States history died of cancer on Wednesday at age 84.
Albright's family announced on Wednesday that she died of cancer "surrounded by family and friends."
Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the assessment is based on U.S. intelligence and public reports of Russian attacks on civilians and journalists.
Since Russia began its invasion, reports of attacks on civilians quickly began emerging.
"Civilian buses, cars, and even ambulances have been shelled. Russia is doing this every day—across Ukraine," Blinken said.
The former secretary of state suggested Russians "bit off more than they can chew" with the invasion of Ukraine.
Blinken said after recent events have indicated Russia is beginning its invasion of Ukraine, it does not make sense to go forward with the meeting with Sergey Lavrov.
Her announcement comes less than a week after she was arrested for not handing over her iPad to police after allegedly recording a court hearing.
The suit accuses Texas of erroneously flagging naturalized citizens as "non-citizens" under shaky and undisclosed criteria.
"Our state is proof positive you don't have to choose between secure or convenient elections -- we have both," Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose said.
Paul Whelan is one of two former Marines detained in Russia on charges of espionage they claim are false.
The Biden administration says about 600 protesters are still imprisoned for taking part in last summer's protests, prompting the travel bans.
Bill Gardner will retire this week, leaving his position as New Hampshire secretary of state to Deputy Secretary of State David Scanlan.