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Mar-a-Lago is seen Aug. 16, 2022, a week after the FBI searched the home of former President Trump in Palm Beach, Fla., for classified documents. Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Regina Campbell holds her paperwork for knocking on doors to tell residents about issues on the ballot in the fall, including a potential constitutional amendment on reproductive rights, in Pontiac, Mich., on August 6, 2022. Sarah Rice/The Washington Post via Getty Im hide caption

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The Michigan supreme court set to decide whether voters see abortion on the ballot

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Debt relief for Black farmers shows challenges of pursuing racial equity with policy

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New details from Mar-a-Lago investigation show how Trump handled classified documents

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Security officers guard the entrance to the Paul G. Rogers Federal Building & Courthouse as the court holds a hearing to determine if the affidavit used by the FBI as justification for last week's search of Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate should be unsealed, at the U.S. District Courthouse for the Southern District of Florida in West Palm Beach on Aug. 18. Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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This image contained in a court filing by the Department of Justice on Aug. 30, and redacted by in part by the FBI, shows a photo of documents seized during the Aug. 8 search by the FBI of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida. Department of Justice hide caption

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An attachment included as part of the DOJ filing Tuesday shows classified documents the FBI gathered at former President Donald Trump's Florida home earlier this month. Department of Justice hide caption

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Former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, right, and former Republican Sen. Jim DeMint, left, attend a summit organized by the America First Policy Institute on July 25. Meadows and DeMint have both been involved with the Conservative Partnership Institute, a nonprofit raising concerns among tax experts. Oliver Contreras/SIPA USA via Reuters hide caption

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Experts say a Trump-backed charity is pushing the boundaries of tax law

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Rey Martinez, a candidate for Georgia's House of Representatives, kicks off the opening of the Republican National Committee's new Hispanic Community Center in Suwanee, Ga., on June 29. Ben Gray/AP hide caption

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Republicans have invested millions in nonwhite voter outreach ahead of the midterms

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Democrat Mary Peltola hopes to keep lead over GOP's Sarah Palin in Alaska election

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Attorney General Merrick Garland has set new restrictions on the political activities of some Justice Department employees. Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times via Getty Imag hide caption

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