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    In Arizona, State Representative Mark Finchem is part of an unusual pro-Trump coalition of secretary of state candidates.
    CreditAdriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times

    Campaigning to Oversee Elections, While Denying the Last One

    Brazenly partisan candidates who insist that Donald Trump won the 2020 election are transforming races for the once-obscure office of secretary of state.

    By Jennifer MedinaNick Corasaniti and

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    A winter market this week in Moscow. Russia says it has no plans to invade Ukraine, but no one on either side of the border really knows  what President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia will decide. 
    CreditSergey Ponomarev for The New York Times

    The Hard-Line Russian Advisers Who Have Putin’s Ear

    Three reactionary security officials dedicated to “traditional values” and restoring Soviet glory will figure prominently in the decision whether to invade Ukraine.

    By

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      Jack Petocz, a 17-year-old student in Flagler Beach, Fla., organized a protest against a book ban.
      CreditTodd Anderson for The New York Times

      Book Ban Efforts Spread Across the U.S.

      Challenges to books about sexual and racial identity are nothing new in American schools, but the tactics and politicization are.

      By Elizabeth A. Harris and

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