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Editorial: Trump wants to invade your privacy in the name of immigration enforcement
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Rep. Mike Johnson: Trump and the Court -- Amy Coney Barrett has the qualities we need and deserve in a justice
I can say without reservation that Amy Coney Barrett would be the ideal Supreme Court pick.
How Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s ‘marriage of equals’ has inspired her many fans
Ginsburg is admired for her legal achievements in gender equality, and her 56-year marriage to Marty put that theory into practice.
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Op-Ed: Retired military leaders shouldn't endorse presidential candidates. America is divided enough
More than 200 retired military officers have endorsed Trump. Another group will likely endorse Biden. But politicizing the armed forces helps no one.
A farmer fell ill. So dozens of his neighbors showed up spontaneously and harvested his crops.
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Letters to the Editor: How the U.S. Postal Service changes are killing businesses
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Endorsement: No on Prop. 22. It's the wrong solution for Uber drivers and the gig economy
The Legislature had the chance to fix the problems faced by Uber and Lyft drivers who do not want to be classified as employees, but it whiffed. Sadly, Proposition 22 does too.
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This nomination fight concerns the future of our political system itself—whether the GOP will push back against a party increasingly dominated by leftists storming the ramparts in naked pursuit of total power.
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Pence calls coronavirus deaths 'heartbreaking,' praises Trump's 'early actions'
Vice President Mike Pence called the death of more than 200,000 Americans to the coronavirus a “heartbreaking milestone” Tuesday but applauded President Trump’s early actions that he said saved “hundreds of thousands of lives.”
As UK faces new wave of virus, Johnson is under fire on many fronts
Despite a landslide election victory last December, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is having a torrid year. He has been widely criticized for his government's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic and as infections rise again, Johnson has many more challenges to face. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
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Fact-check: Are Protesters Throwing Cans of Soup and Tuna, As Trump Claims?
Speaking about recent protests sweeping the country, the president said: 'They're walking up there like 30 cans of soup. They have like 25 cans of tuna.'
Trump’s Crime and Carnage Ad Blitz Is Going Unanswered on Facebook
The president has spent millions on misleading Facebook ads targeting undecided voters, while Joe Biden has been virtually silent.
Why Cardi B Is Being Sued For Defamation
Rapper Cardi B and her sister are both being sued for defamation after they labeled a group of beachgoers as "racist MAGA supporters."
'Overkill' Louisville Preparations Raise Fears Breonna Taylor Officers Won't Be Charged
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U.K. leader tightens up COVID restrictions as virus surges back
"This is the moment when we must act," Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned Britons as hit pubs and restaurants with new rules.
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In SCOTUS Fight, Democrats Target Trump's Weakness on Health Care, Sound Alarm About ACA
The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, could face being eliminated by the Supreme Court, with Democrats suggesting another Trump-picked justice makes this more likely.
Michigan city decriminalizes magic mushrooms, other psychedelic plants
The Ann Arbor, Mich., City Council unanimously voted this week to essentially decriminalize a wide range of psychedelic drugs, including psilocybin mushrooms, mescaline, and ayahuasca.
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Navalny condition improved enough for him to be released: German hospital
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Pence plane hits bird, returns to New Hampshire airport
He was at start of flight home from campaign event. Plane returned to airport and he flew home on cargo aircraft Secret Service uses.
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All but 1 endangered GOP senator back Trump's Supreme Court push after RBG death
Just one of roughly half-dozen Senate Republicans in tight reelection races opposed plans to fill the Supreme Court vacancy after Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.
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Prince Harry Speaks Out About U.S. Election For First Time Alongside Meghan Markle
Prince Harry has commented publicly on an election for the first time ever as wife Meghan Markle called the upcoming presidential vote the most important of "our lifetime."
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Protesters demonstrate outside Portland building for second consecutive night
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87% of N.Y.C. Bars and Restaurants Fell Short on Rent
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's army of clerks to stand guard at the Supreme Court
When Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg returns for the final time to the Supreme Court on Wednesday, an army of more than a hundred of her former clerks will meet the casket and accompany it up the stone steps leading to the great hall where the liberal icon presided for almost 30 years.
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The museum closed first. Like many states amid the pandemic, New Mexico's small towns bear the brunt
As the federal government is cutting funding to states, municipalities like Lordsburg, N.M., are struggling with unemployment and a devastated tax base.
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Man proposes to girlfriend after skydiving from 13,000 feet
Talk about a high note.
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