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Trump Claims Obama-Era Program to End Housing Discrimination Has Had ‘Devastating Impact’ on Suburbs

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 1 July 2020
Proponents of the policy saw the move as an attempt to shore up the president’s sagging support among white suburban voters by stoking racial division.

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Ginsburg, Obama and the Lunch That Could Have Altered Supreme Court History

President Obama met with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, hinting at retirement, but the art of nudging justices off the court is politically delicate and..

Fight over vacant SCOTUS Scalia seat gets ugly

The fight in Washington for late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's replacement is just getting started. President Obama may pick a nomination as early as..
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Ginsburg: I wasn't "100 percent sober" during the State of the Union

Supreme Court justice says she had a bit of wine before President Obama's speech, and it may have showed a bit
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Documentary examines how White House photographer found his political voice

A new documentary called "The Way I See It" follows Pete Souza, the former official White House photographer for Presidents Reagan and Obama. (Sept. 21)


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