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In our news wrap Monday, some New York City schools will close Tuesday in areas where COVID-19 infections are on the rise. Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an order affecting 100 public and 200 private schools, citing a lack of testing…
By Associated Press
Eight justices are getting back to work Monday at a most unusual, politically fraught moment in American history.
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
Republicans on Saturday sought to call off legislative work in the Senate until Oct. 19 as the coronavirus reached into their ranks. But they vowed that hearings for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee would push ahead as planned even…
Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report and Errin Haines of The 19th join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including how a report on President Trump’s taxes and business dealings could affect the presidential race, implications of…
By PBS NewsHour
President Trump officially announced Amy Coney Barrett as his SCOTUS nominee on Saturday. With just 38 days left for the election, the confirmation process is expected to be short and fast. Jami Floyd, legal analyst and senior editor of WNYC’s…
The Latest on the expected nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.
By Michael Tarm, Associated Press
Although Amy Coney Barrett is the president’s choice to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, she is more aptly described as heir to another departed Supreme Court justice: conservative hero Antonin Scalia.
By Zeke Miller, Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
President Donald Trump announced Saturday that he is nominating Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court as he aims to put a historic conservative stamp on the high court just weeks before the election.
By Meredith Lee, Candice Norwood
Backlash from progressives was swift following media reports Friday that Trump intends to nominate Barrett on Saturday.
By Marcia Coyle
Although there were many facets to Ruth Bader Ginsburg's evolution as a cultural icon, the strength of her legacy as a U.S. Supreme Court justice rests in the power of her words in her written opinions.
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