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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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Feinstein will not seek Senate Judiciary Committee leadershipThe senator from California said she'll be spending more time combating climate change.
Feinstein grills Twitter CEO over Trump's false election tweet
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Amy Coney Barrett Nomination Is Advanced to Final Confirmation Vote
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Senate panel approves Trump court pick over Dem boycott
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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..
Election fraud claims will "cost Republicans control" of SenateGeorgia election official Gabriel Sterling predicts the rhetoric from Mr. Trump and his allies will suppress Republican voters.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce official on COVID economic relief negotiationsHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said they support a new bipartisan $908 billion COVID-19 economic relief proposal as a..
'They have not earned your vote': Trump allies urge Georgia Republicans to sit out Senate runoffsThe remarks underscore the delicate politics that Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue must navigate to turn out their base in Georgia.
Arizona's Mark Kelly is sworn into SenateWith senior Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema by his side and his wife former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords watching nearby, Arizona Democrat and former astronaut Mark..
The Arizona Democrat Mark Kelly, a former astronaut, joined the Senate today, narrowing Republicans’ majority.
$908 billion bipartisan relief plan proposed as millions of Americans struggleA bipartisan group of lawmakers have announced a $908 billion relief plan with more funding for small businesses, state and local governments, plus unemployment..
Lawmakers resume coronavirus aid talks as key programs set to expireLawmakers returned to Capitol Hill from their Thanksgiving break and renewed efforts to pass a coronavirus stimulus bill after months of stalled talks. CBS News..
Congress gets back to work as COVID-19 federal assistance set to expireAs Congress returns from recess, Democrats and Republicans remain far apart on a new COVID-19 relief package. Many federal aid programs are set to expire at the..
Bipartisan group of senators working on new COVID-19 relief dealA bipartisan group of senators is working on a new COVID-19 relief package, as key assistance programs are set to expire at the end of the month. CBS News chief..
Fed chair, treasury secretary testify on Capitol Hill amid gridlock over coronavirus reliefWith federal protections like eviction moratoriums and student loan suspensions set to expire at the end of the year, Congress remains gridlocked over a new..
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