Senators set to question Amy Coney Barrett as Democrats paint nominee as a threat to health care
Senators on Tuesday begin round one of questioning Judge Amy Coney Barrett in her Supreme Court confirmation hearing. The day before, Democrats made it clear they plan to focus on the millions of Americans who would lose health coverage if a more conservative Supreme Court overturns Obamacare. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Donald Trump Jr. tests positive for COVID-19
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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.
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'I don't recall': Barrett grilled by Sen. Harris
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Barrett dodges questions on abortion, gay marriage
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Congress could pass coronavirus stimulus deal before ChristmasHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are closing in on the framework for a coronavirus stimulus deal, after months of..
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