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Donald Trump Nominates Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court
President Donald Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Saturday evening, igniting what is set to be a titanic fight in the Senate over filling the seat left open after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, just weeks before Election Day. With Barrett standing beside him in the Rose Garden,…
Who is Amy Coney Barrett, Trump's pick for the Supreme Court?
President Trump on Saturday announced Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee for the Supreme Court
I've known Amy Coney Barrett for over 20 years. Her intellect — and heart — is unrivaled.
Yes, she is brilliant. And, yes, she is a principled, careful judge. But she also is one of the most generous people whom I have ever met.
Who Was the First Female on the Supreme Court? Trump Becomes 5th President to Nominate a Woman
Women only account for 3 percent of the total Supreme Court justice nominees but they've been confirmed every time the Senate has voted.
No. 21 Pitt's holds off No. 24 Louisville 23-20
Kenny Pickett threw for 220 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 21 Pittsburgh sacked Louisville quarterback Malik Cunningham seven times in a 23-20 victory on Saturday.
New York Reports Over 1,000 New COVID Cases for First Time in 113 Days
There were 1,005 positive COVID-19 cases counted on September 25, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Saturday. Nearly 100,000 tests were conducted statewide, keeping the positivity rate at 1 percent.
5 Things to Know About Amy Coney Barrett, Donald Trump's Supreme Court Pick
Trump nominated Barrett on Saturday afternoon.
Donald Trump Nominates Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court
The president's choice demonstrates he did not waver from the idea of choosing Barrett to replace Ginsburg with another woman on the Supreme Court.
Amy Coney Barrett confirmation fight: Senate GOP has math on their side
Senate Republicans have the math on their side when it comes to the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.
Women’s March co-founder blasts Kentucky AG after Breonna Taylor decision
"You are a coward, you are a sellout," Tamika Mallory, the founder of United Freedom and one of the organizers of the 2017 Women's March, said during a rally in Louisville Friday.
Newt Gingrich: Amy Coney Barrett and Democrats' big dilemma
President Trump’s nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett creates a real dilemma for the Democrats.
Jessica Tarlov: Trump nominates Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court and Democrats must get to work
It has been just a little over a week since the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Trump has kept his word.
John Yoo: Amy Coney Barrett and Dems – Left will try to turn one of her greatest strengths into her weakness
President Donald Trump has kept his campaign promise and nominated an outstanding conservative woman for the Supreme Court.
LSU star Derek Stingley Jr. ruled out for Mississippi State game after being hospitalized Friday
LSU CB Derek Stingley Jr. will miss Saturday's game against Mississippi State after being hospitalized Friday with a non-COVID-related illness.
Dennis Quaid Responds to Reports He is Involved with a Secret Plot to Re-Elect the President
Dennis Quaid spoke to Dr. Anthony Fauci about the importance of wearing masks during the coronavirus pandemic. Now the actor is accusing the press of needlessly politicizing the conversation.
Sen. Mike Braun: Confirm Amy Coney Barrett without delay
Judge Amy Coney Barrett is a consummately qualified jurist.
Tom Cotton Creates 'War Room' to Defend Trump's Supreme Court Nominee
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) has launched a "Supreme Court War Room" to help Republicans defend President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee against attacks from those on the left.
Hero K9 Officer Catches Suspect During Marijuana Raid
A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service K9 officer is being hailed a hero for catching a suspect during a marijuana raid in August.
New Yorkers can now text emergencies to 911 rather than phoning it in
A 51-year-old South Bronx man was torn about what to do when he saw an angry young man with a pistol in his backpack fighting with another person at a crowded neighborhood deli. He was worried about gunshots — but was wary about calling 911. “I used to be a knucklehead myself,” said the witness,...
Students are traveling thousands of miles to take SAT amid COVID-19 cancellations
As SAT and ACT exams are canceled across the country — or full due to limited seating — high-school seniors are traveling thousands of miles to take the college admissions tests.
Nats stay mum on Dave Martinez contract details, but team and manager appreciate the stability
A person with knowledge of the terms of the deal said Dave Martinez is set to remain the Nationals’ manager through 2022.
Watch Live: Donald Trump Announces His Choice to Fill Supreme Court Vacancy
The announcement is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. EST.
‘Power Rangers’ Exclusive: It’s The ‘Avengers: Endgame’ of Mighty Morphin’ Team-ups in This ‘Beast Morphers’ Sneak Peek
Dino Thunder, Dino Charge and the OG Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers all team up with the Beast Morphers.
Amy Coney Barrett's Expected Supreme Court Nomination Sets Up Battle Over Her Role in Election Lawsuits
Democratic senators argue she cannot possibly be viewed as impartial in potential legal challenges over the presidential election.
Utility futility: Answer Man explores the wild world of utility pole numbers
A pole can last decades and be used by many utilities. That’s why there’s no easy system.
Prince fined bassist for mistakes and ‘cheated’ him out of millions, memoir reveals
For Mark Brown, the head games began with a cold call from Prince in 1981. And they ended, six years later, with the bassist — rechristened BrownMark, by Prince — confident that the rock star had derailed him out of millions in songwriting royalties. As related in BrownMark’s new memoir, “My Life in the Purple...
Analysis: Spencer Rattler starts strong, but struggles late as No. 3 Oklahoma is shocked by Kansas State
Freshman quarterback Spencer Rattler, an early Heisman Trophy favorite, threw for four touchdowns but had three interceptions and key misses late.
Four-time All-Star, San Francisco Giants cult hero Hunter Pence announces retirement
Pence played 14 years in the majors, winning World Series titles with the Giants in 2012 and 2014.
Trump plans visit to Minnesota next week — what's at stake
President Trump has plans to visit Duluth, Minn., next Wednesday.
Yankees bats go crazy in bounce back win over Marlins
Before Saturday’s game against the Marlins, with the Yankees looking to avoid a fourth straight loss, manager Aaron Boone said that despite their recent play, his team could “turn on a dime.” That finally happened in the bottom of the fifth inning of their 11-4 comeback victory over a Miami team that clinched its first...
What We Know About Amy Coney Barrett's Family and Adopted Children from Haiti
Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who will reportedly be President Donald Trump's choice for the Supreme Court, has already faced criticism from the left about her large family and her two adopted children from Haiti.
Biden Not Worried About First Presidential Debate, Says Trump 'Not That Smart'
"I'm prepared to go out and make my case as to why I think he's failed," the Democratic presidential nominee said.
Protesters gather outside McConnell's home on day Trump expected to make Supreme Court nomination
For the second Saturday in a row, protesters gathered outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's home.
Police Bust NYC Wedding With Nearly 300 Guests Amid Rising COVID Cases
A wedding with 300 guests in Queens was shut down, just one day before New York reported its highest single-day positive COVID-19 cases since early June.
Auburn impresses in opening defeat of Kentucky as Bo Nix
No. 8 Auburn was facing a tricky opener against Kentucky, but the Tigers emerged with a win, helped by an impressive showing by quarterback Bo Nix.
Trump and Biden prepare to square off in presidential debates
President Trump and Joe Biden are set to square off in the first of three presidential debates this Tuesday in Cleveland. CBS News campaign reporter Nicole Sganga has the latest on how the two campaigns are preparing ahead of the debate.
How Trump's potential SCOTUS nominee could impact U.S. abortion rights
President Trump's potential nominee to fill the vacant Supreme Court justice seat could affect abortion rights in the United States. Lana Zak spoke with CBS News reporter Kate Smith about the impact Judge Amy Coney Barrett could make.
VIDEO: Judge Denies Democrat Donor Ed Buck's Request to Be Released from Jail
A Los Angeles judge denied Democrat Party donor Ed Buck's request on Friday to be released from jail before his trial.
Biden: Trump Is 'Sort of Like Goebbels' -- 'More Castro Than Churchill'
During a portion of an interview that aired on MSNBC on Saturday, former Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic Party's nominee for president, compared his general opponent, President Donald Trump, to Nazi Germany propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
U.K. tightens COVID-19 restrictions as new cases surge
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a series of new, tightened coronavirus restrictions across the country as the United Kingdom battles to contain a nationwide surge of COVID-19. CBS News contributor Simon Bates joins us for this weekend's edition of "London Calling."
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Millionaire mom convicted of killing autistic son may be retried
Millionaire “killer mom” Gigi Jordan may have to be retried now that a judge’s procedural technicality has voided her 2014 murder trial, Manhattan prosecutors said. During the trial, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Charles Solomon had briefly dismissed jurors and closed his courtroom to the press after prosecutor Matthew Bogdanos asked for a closed-court conference with...
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Local Digest: Mystics’ arena will be voting supercenter
A roundup of news from the Washington region.
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A rare hurricane force wind warning was just issued for Alaska
The National Weather Service office in Anchorage issued a rare Hurricane Force Wind Warning for the Northern Gulf of Alaska on Saturday.
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'Duck Dynasty' star Phil Robertson envisions a 'political assassination' on Trump's Supreme Court nominee
There's been much debate over President Trump's Supreme Court nominee, and no matter who it is, "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson said he expects a "political assassination" to come.
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Watchdog Group Warns of 'Completely Defective' Databases in Georgia's Voting System
"There will not, at this point, be sufficient time to conduct the Logic and Accuracy testing that is required by statute for a fully deployed Dominion voting system," the court filing states.
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Trump Campaign Claims over 2.2 Million Volunteers: ‘Largest Grassroots Movement in Presidential History’
Donald Trump's campaign announced on Saturday that it has over 2.2 million volunteers working to return him to the White House in November.
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