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The Senate Judiciary Committee pressed Judge Amy Coney Barrett for answers on hot-button issues Tuesday, the second day of her confirmation hearing. Senators asked the Supreme Court nominee about her judicial philosophy, her opinions of court precedent on abortion and…
As President Trump seeks to highlight his apparent recovery from coronavirus, cases are once again surging in several U.S. states – just weeks before the election. One of them is Wisconsin, a battleground Trump won in 2016 but where he…
Backlash from progressives was swift following media reports Friday that Trump intends to nominate Barrett on Saturday.
If confirmed, Barrett will take the seat left vacant by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died at the age of 87 last Friday.
Due to the pandemic, tens of millions more Americans plan to vote by mail than in past elections. But there has been a lot of misinformation around that process, with President Trump making baseless claims about fraud and tampering. William…
As President Trump formally accepts the Republican nomination for a second term in office, we take a look back at how he went from real estate and reality TV to president of the United States -- and what he has…
Seeking to divert attention from the Democratic National Convention that had been planned for Milwaukee, President Donald Trump is traveling to the battleground state of Wisconsin on Monday where he’ll face a familiar foe: women in Republican-leaning suburbs who overwhelmingly…
The Republican Party will hold a scaled-back version of its convention in Jacksonville, Florida, next month, according to a letter sent to delegates Thursday morning that cited new coronavirus-related restrictions. …
California was one of the earliest states to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic -- but now it’s struggling. More than 6,700 people are hospitalized statewide, and Tuesday saw over 140 deaths. As officials scramble to implement new restrictions, residents are…
The question of how to conduct elections safely during a pandemic remains timely as voters go to the polls in five states on Tuesday. With COVID-19 still present across the country, officials are trying to prepare for this fall’s election,…
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