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Catherine Engelbrecht, seen here in 2015, founded the controversial nonprofit True the Vote. A new lawsuit alleges that Engelbrecht and True the Vote defamed a small company that makes software for election workers. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Prominent election deniers are facing growing legal trouble

The group True the Vote, which executive produced Dinesh D'Souza's "2,000 Mules" election denial film, is facing a defamation lawsuit brought by a small company that makes election software.

When computer science major Elijah Love got the bill for his summer classes, he learned the credits were free. His school, North Carolina A&T State University, used federal COVID relief funding to pay for them. Liz Schlemmer/WUNC hide caption

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HBCUs got a windfall of federal COVID relief. Here's how colleges are spending it

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A boy rides a bicycle near an armored tank with a Ukrainian flag in the town of Izium, recently liberated by Ukrainian armed forces, in the Kharkiv region on Monday. Russian troops occupied Izium on April 1. Oleksii Chumachenko/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Russia makes moves to annex separatist regions in Ukraine

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis waves as he arrives for a news conference on Sept. 7. Rebecca Blackwell/AP hide caption

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7 weeks from Election Day, migrants take center stage in political theater

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Catherine Engelbrecht, seen here in 2015, founded the controversial nonprofit True the Vote. A new lawsuit alleges that Engelbrecht and True the Vote defamed a small company that makes software for election workers. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Prominent election deniers are facing growing legal trouble

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