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Election deniers have taken their fraud theories on tour — to nearly every state

Even as the Jan. 6 hearings play out, election misinformation keeps spreading. NPR tracked four leaders preaching false information about election fraud at hundreds of grassroots events nationwide.

Election deniers have taken their fraud theories on tour — to nearly every state

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Law enforcement officers look on as protesters march past the home of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home in suburban Maryland in June. Nathan Howard/Getty Images hide caption

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The Supreme Court marshal asks state officials to act on protests at justices' homes

The protests have carried on for weeks since the leak of a draft of the court's eventual decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. State officials had previously called on federal law enforcement for help.

A New South Wales State Emergency Service (SES) crew is seen in a rescue boat as roads are submerged under floodwater from the swollen Hawkesbury River in Windsor, northwest of Sydney, Monday, July 4, 2022. Bianca De Marchi/AP hide caption

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More than 3 feet of rain triggers evacuation warnings in Australia's largest city

Parts of Sydney's 5 million people are facing a fourth flooding emergency in a year and a half after torrential rain caused dams to overflow and waterways to break their banks.

Western Spiny Seahorse, Hippocampus angustus; specimen Nos. 78, 79; male and female; 3.25 inches tall; Seahorse World, Beauty Point, Tasmania, Australia. David Liittschwager/National Geographic hide caption

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His job is to actually really stare at octopus, seahorse, jellyfish

Photographer David Liittschwager spent 12 years photographing these underwater creatures at more than 28 locations around the globe with his 500-pound studio.

Florence Aluoch Odero prepares fish for frying at Migingo Island Hotel, a food stall in Nairobi's Kenyatta Market. Her expenses are soaring due to inflation. Khadija Farah/for NPR hide caption

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The case of the incredible shrinking fritter: A report from Kenya's street stalls

Inflation — fueled by the pandemic, the war in Ukraine and local issues — has made everything more expensive, including the oil used to fry street food. Here's how vendors and customers are coping.

The case of the incredible shrinking fritter: A report from Kenya's street stalls

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