The Devil Went Down To Georgia
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A Georgia judge on Monday rejected former president Donald Trump’s effort to stop an investigation into whether he interfered in the 2020 election results in that state. It comes as Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis says her office is “ready to go” to announce her decision on whether to charge Trump in that case. And in headlines: a federal judge in Arkansas temporarily blocked a state law that would have made it a crime for librarians and booksellers to provide “harmful” reading material to minors, trucking company Yellow is filing for bankruptcy, and scientists have revived an ancient roundworm that’s been frozen for tens of thousands of years.
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