How Mitch McConnell Delivered Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s Rapid Confirmation
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Mnuchin signals support for McConnell's narrow COVID relief proposalMcConnell's proposal is separate from the bipartisan $908 billion plan proposed by lawmakers on Tuesday.
Bipartisan lawmakers propose $908 bln COVID-19 relief bill
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McConnell Thinks Congress Can Deliver COVID Stimulus This Month
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Bipartisan group of senators conducting informal relief talksBoth Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Minority Leader Chuck Schumer took to the Senate floor on Monday urged senators to come together to pass a pandemic..
Biden tasks women-led economic team with recovery
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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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12/1: Red and BlueAG Barr: No evidence of widespread voter fraud; Rallying voters for Georgia's Senate runoffs
What Biden can do to "reverse the trajectory" on climate changeIf President-elect Joe Biden has his way, the tide is about to turn on climate policy. But how much could he really do without Senate support?
What can Biden do on climate change if Republicans keep Senate majority?President-elect Joe Biden has said he plans to address climate change as soon as he takes office. But how much will he be able to actually do if the Georgia..
Georgia official calls on Trump to condemn threats against election workers: "Someone's gonna get killed"One of Georgia's top election officials rebuked President Trump for his rhetoric Tuesday after a local elections worker received a death threat. Gabriel..
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