Amy Coney Barrett, Mike Pence, Tropical Storm Zeta: 5 things to know Monday
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Vice President Pence remains silent on election outcome while campaigning for Georgia runoffPence will rally Republicans to vote for Georgia Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler in the Jan. 5 election.
Pence touts plans for quick vaccine distributionVice President Mike Pence said Thursday some Americans could be just days away from getting a coronavirus vaccine. But CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield fears..
Live politics updates: Pence heads to Tennessee to talk COVID vaccine, 3 ex-presidents say they'll take itPence visits Memphis on Thursday to hold a roundtable discussion on distributing a COVID-19 vaccine as case numbers in the U.S. reach new highs.
Trump won't leave graciously, but Pence can and shouldTrump will not be leaving the White House graciously and there are doubts he'll go to Biden's inauguration. But Pence could smooth the way.
Pence says vaccine distribution could begin by mid-December"We strongly believe the vaccine distribution process could begin as soon as the week of December 14," Pence said.
Justice Barrett’s Vote Could Tilt the Supreme Court on Gun RightsFor years, conservative justices have said the court disfavors the Second Amendment. Justice Amy Coney Barrett is likely to shift the balance, and a case to help..
U.S. Supreme Court backs religious groups in NY
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Donald Trump Jr. tests positive for COVID-19
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US elections: Advantage Trump in court battle against Biden on mail ballots?
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Supreme Court sides with church challenging California's COVID restrictionsIn an unsigned order with no noted dissents, the Supreme Court said a federal district court must revisit an earlier ruling against the church.
Lawsuit by Trump allies challenging Pennsylvania election results reaches Supreme CourtConservative U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly, R-Pa., and others allege that state officials had no right under the state constitution to expand mail-in voting.
Supreme Court to mull challenge to convictions under "racist Jim Crow" jury lawsMore than 1,500 people are still incarcerated in Louisiana due to non-unanimous jury verdicts — 80% of whom are Black, one analysis found.
SCOTUS appears skeptical of excluding undocumented immigrants from censusThe Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday on the Trump administration's attempt to exclude undocumented immigrants from the census. Jessica Levinson, a..
AP Top Stories November 30 PHere's the latest for Monday November 30th: GAO finds states concerned about supplies to administer vaccines; TSA reports 1.2m traveled on Sunday after..
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