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By News Desk
So far in 2021, more than 17,000 deaths in the United States have been attributed to guns, according to the Gun Violence Archive.
Senate Republicans could vote as soon as next week on proposed policing changes. It's an abrupt shift of GOP priorities in an election year. The party is rushing to respond to nationwide protests over the deaths of black Americans in…
By Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
The process of nominating and confirming Supreme Court justices is one of the cornerstones of the Constitution's separation of powers. The nomination process involves a unique interplay of legal, political and personal considerations.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday voted 11-8 in favor of Attorney General nominee Michael Mukasey, sending his nomination to the Senate floor and virtually ensuring his confirmation.
By PBS NewsHour
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