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Correction: Election 2024-No Labels story

Jan 16, 2024, 5:42 PM

PHOENIX (AP) — In a story published Jan. 16, 2024, about the third-party group No Labels, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Donald Trump critics warn No Labels could siphon voters who might otherwise vote for the former president. The Trump critics warn No Labels could siphon voters who might otherwise vote for President Joe Biden.

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Trump adviser Boris Epshteyn pleads not guilty in Arizona’s fake elector case

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Over 75 million people in the US are under heat alerts. Go indoors and hydrate

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Phoenix police have pattern of violating civil rights and using excessive force, Justice Dept. says

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Arizona man sold firearms to undercover FBI agent for mass shooting, indictment says

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National Weather Service forecasts more sweltering heat this week for Phoenix and Las Vegas areas

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Correction: Election 2024-No Labels story