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Clarence Thomas Dissent in Election Cases: 'Our Fellow Citizens Deserve Better'

“Our fellow citizens deserve better and expect more of us,” Justice Clarence Thomas declared Monday, when the Supreme Court decided -- by one vote --to hear none of the 2020 election cases raising issues of voter fraud and illegal votes.
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West Virginia Governor Jim Justice defends mask mandate as some states pull back
Republican Governor Jim Justice says mask mandates are needed "for us to get on rock-solid ground."
Washington Nationals release reliever Jeremy Jeffress
Jeffress, 33, was with the team for about two weeks before the Nationals let him go.
Les Miles’ attorney rips Kansas’ response to sexual harassment allegations
An attorney for Les Miles says allegations by female students and staffers of inappropriate behavior when he was the football coach at LSU are untrue, and they plan to fight his placement on administration leave Friday by Kansas. Attorney Peter Ginsberg said in a statement that Kansas’ decision was “bending to the winds of media...
White House Coronavirus Response Official Calls Vaccine Distribution Inequality 'Unacceptable'
Jeffrey Zients outlined the Biden administration's plans to continue addressing the country's inequitable vaccine rollout in comments to NBC News' Chuck Todd on Sunday.
COVID-19 pill effective in preliminary testing may be 'holy grail' of pandemic, Dr. Marc Siegel says
A new possible medication to treat coronavirus-positive patients could be enough to turn the pandemic on its head, Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel revealed Sunday on "Fox & Friends Weekend."
GOP Senator John Barrasso Backs Lisa Murkowski Despite Trump's Threat Against Her
The Wyoming Republican praised Murkowski on Sunday after Trump called her "disloyal" and "very bad" and promised to campaign against her in Alaska next year.
Callista and Newt Gingrich: America needs Dr. Seuss – and our children deserve him
Learning to read is one of the first opportunities children have to develop their minds, learn about the world, and become happy, well-rounded people.
Fauci says vaccine supply will be "dramatically increased" in weeks ahead
Dr. Anthony Fauci says the CDC will soon issue guidance on how vaccinated individuals should interact with others.
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says nursing homes who didn't follow virus guidance should "pay a price"
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says he is "confident" in his state's tally of deaths in nursing homes during the pandemic.
Open: This is "Face the Nation," March 7
Today on "Face the Nation," the month of March brings new hope, but also new warnings not to go too far, too fast when it comes to lifting restrictions due to the coronavirus.
What Is Amy Poehler’s Netflix Movie ‘Moxie’ About And Why Is It Trending Among Teens?
This brilliant homage to feminism couldn't have been timed more perfectly during Women's History Month.
Jan Blachowicz would like 'respect from everybody' after beating Israel Adesanya at UFC 259
Jan Blachowicz wants his proper due after handing Israel Adesanya his first loss in the UFC 259 headliner.       Related StoriesNo regrets: Israel Adesanya 'not heartbroken' about first MMA loss at UFC 259With Holly Holm out, Julianna Pena wants Amanda Nunes fight – and Dana White is considering itWith Holly Holm out, Julianna Pena wants Amanda Nunes fight – and Dana White is considering it - Enclosure
How the Pandemic Darkens the Picture on Women’s Pay
‘Good Girls’ Season 4: Time, Hulu Streaming Info, How To Watch Live on NBC
Live fast, die young, good girls do it well.
These are 7 of the Best-Selling Bluetooth Speakers on Amazon
Amazon's list of top-selling Bluetooth speakers has a wide variety of the most popular options. You can find a great speaker between $20 and $100.
Biden spokesperson: President doesn't want to end the filibuster
White House communications director Kate Bedingfield tells CNN's Jake Tapper that President Joe Biden opposes getting rid of the filibuster.
Boeing CEO waived pay but got compensation worth $21 million
Boeing CEO David Calhoun declined a salary and performance bonus for most of last year but still received stock benefits that pushed the estimated value of his compensation to more than $21 million, according to a regulatory filing Friday. The aerospace giant struggled last year with the continuing fallout from two deadly crashes involving its...
Manchin: 'I'm Not Going to Change My Mind on the Filibuster,' Open to Reconciliation
Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV)  said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press" that he was open to using reconciliation as they did to pass coronavirus relief, which allows a simple majority to pass legislation in the Senate.
WH Spox Bedingfield: Biden's 'Preference' Is Not to End the Filibuster
White House communications director Kate Bedingfield said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union" that President Joe Biden's preference was not to end the Senate's filibuster.
Americans see COVID progress but vaccine lags continue
CBS News senior national correspondent Mark Strassmann reports on the latest in vaccine distribution as the U.S. continues its battle against COVID-19.
Manchin defends delaying $1.9T COVID package, wants $11 minimum wage
Sen. Joe Manchin on Sunday defended holding up debate for hours on President Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill over his opposition to a $15 minimum wage and certain unemployment benefits — saying the negotiations led to a more targeted stimulus package. The moderate Democrat from red-state West Virginia said members of his caucus and...
How nature can help solve our infrastructure crisis amid extreme weather, climate change
Natural solutions can help us meet this opportunity to address our aging infrastructure, climate change and social equity.
Biden Marking ‘Bloody Sunday’ By Signing Executive Order to Promote Voting Access
His plan was being announced during a recorded address on the 56th commemoration of “Bloody Sunday,”
World waits for a made-for-TV bombshell, as Harry and Meghan sit down with Oprah
Millions of television viewers around the world are in a state of frenzied anticipation on Sunday, as they await the broadcast of Oprah Winfrey's set-piece interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
Pope Francis draws adoring crowds in war-weary Iraq, asks Christians to forgive Islamic State oppression
Pope Francis was wrapping up his visit to Iraq on Sunday, drawing thousands to a rebuilt churches, squares and an open-air sports venue.
Infamous tent camp on US-Mexico border drawn down after Biden ends Trump policy
A tent camp in Matamoros, Mexico, where hundreds of migrants stayed in deplorable conditions after being subject to a Trump-era policy requiring they stay in Mexico until their immigration court date in the US, has been drawn down, a Department of Homeland Security spokesperson told CNN.
NBA All-Star game to open with chat between Michael B. Jordan, Kamala Harris
The NBA All-Star game will open Sunday with a “special conversation” between award-winning actor Michael B. Jordan and Vice President Kamala Harris. The NBA teased the chat in a tweet early Sunday showing the pair smiling in two separate rooms, with Harris in front of an American flag. Although details were not given on what...
Gov. Cuomo is facing two crises that could end his political career. A Democratic and GOP strategist weigh in.
CNN's Abby Phillip speaks with Democratic strategist Maria Cardona and Republican strategist Alice Stewart about New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's political future as sexual harassment claims and allegations that his administration covered up covid deaths in nursing homes fuel calls for his resignation
Now Former Press Aide Accuses Andrew Cuomo of Sexual Misconduct
A former press aide of Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) has added her voice to the growing number calling for him to resign, claiming he invited her to his hotel room and embraced her after a work event in 2000, when Cuomo led the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and she was a consultant for the agency.
NBA cracks down on Atlanta promoters planning All-Star Game events
The NBA sent roughly 200 cease-and-desist letters to Atlanta-area promoters who were using the league's trademarks without permission, a source with knowledge of the situation told CNN.
Alex Trebek's daughter pays tribute to the anniversary of the 'Jeopardy!' host’s cancer announcement
In an Instagram post, Alex Trebek’s daughter Nicky reflected on the pancreatic cancer announcement he made to “Jeopardy!” fans in 2019.
These filmmakers delight in keeping things all in the family
'Minari,' 'Cherry,' 'The Life Ahead,' 'The Father' — these films have family at their core in one way or another
MS gov. encourages residents to wear masks despite dropping mandate
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves tells CNN's Jake Tapper that he strongly encourages residents to continue wearing masks, despite having dropped the state's mandate amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
How to Watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Oprah Winfrey Interview
Photo by Harpo Productions/Joe Pugliese via Getty ImagesGrab your popcorn, folks! After what feels like countless teasers, Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey—with Prince Harry in a co-starring role, it is reported—will finally air on CBS this Sunday evening at 8 p.m. ET.Aside from their pregnancy announcement and an ongoing legal entanglement with the British press, the couple has remained pretty silent since their dramatic departure from royal life. In what will surely be a historic sit-down, Oprah with Meghan And Harry: A Primetime Special, is slated to address the couple’s rift with Buckingham Palace.All of this is occurring while 99-year-old Prince Philip is being tended to in the hospital for a serious heart procedure. Broadcasters in the UK requested that Harry, Meghan, and Oprah table the conversation until Philip’s health has been restored.Read more at The Daily Beast.
Dana Perino on why "Everything Will Be Okay"
The political commentator and Bush White House press secretary offers life lessons learned at the knee of her Wyoming rancher grandfather.
Nature: Baboons in Botswana
"Sunday Morning" takes us among the baboons at Chobe National Park in Botswana, Africa. Videographer: Justin Grubb.
NBA All-Star Game 2021: Start time, schedule, rosters and format
The NBA All-Star Game in Atlanta has been impacted by COVID-19: No Rising Stars game. Skills competition, 3-point shootout and dunk contest on Sunday.
Spring breakers could spell ‘perfect storm’ for COVID-19 spread, expert warns
Spring break partying could spell the “perfect storm” for triggering the spread of new coronavirus variants across the US, an expert warned. “It’s the perfect storm,” Dr. Peter Hotez, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, told CNN. Hotez said he feared that college kids hitting the party scene...
Tapper Confronts Manchin: 'Why Were You Fighting for Less Help' During 'Cruel Economic Time'?
CNNCNN anchor Jake Tapper relentlessly grilled Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) on Sunday morning over the conservative Democrat’s push to water down the recently passed coronavirus relief bill, wondering aloud why the West Virginia lawmaker fought so hard for “less help” during this “cruel economic time.”Prior to Saturday’s passage of the massive bill, which if signed into law will provide $1400 stimulus checks to tens of millions of Americans, the process was brought to a 12-hour standstill during the Senate’s nearly daylong “vote-a-rama.” This amounted in large part to Democrats working frantically to win support from Manchin. After forcing modifications to the bill that included a reduction in the duration and amount of expanded unemployment benefits, Manchin eventually relented and voted in support of the sweeping relief package.Manchin, who appeared on four separate news shows on Sunday morning, found himself immediately confronted by Tapper over his push to weaken the bill during his interview on CNN’s State of the Union.Read more at The Daily Beast.
MS Gov. Reeves: Biden 'Wants to Insult Americans and Insult Mississippians'
Governor Tate Reeves (R-MS) called out President Joe Biden Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union" for insulting Americans in referring to ending mask mandates as "neanderthal thinking."
Arkansas gov responds to Biden 'Neanderthal thinking' comment: 'Common sense' over 'mandates'
Republican Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson hit back after President Biden's "Neanderthal thinking" comment aimed at Republicans.
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Dana Perino on why "Everything Will Be Okay"
The political commentator and Bush White House press secretary offers life lessons and wisdom learned at the knee of her Wyoming rancher grandfather.
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Manchin dismisses concerns that he would have tanked relief package
The legislation narrowly passed Saturday.
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Pope Francis in Mosul: Decline of Christianity in Iraq an ‘Incalculable’ Loss
ROME — Pope Francis visited the war-torn city of Mosul on Sunday, warning the devastation of the Christian community is an incalculable loss for the country and the region.
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Joe Manchin Defends Delaying Senate, Seeking Support of 'My Republican Friends'
"I did everything I could to bring us together so we'd have more support, and the public would get the needed help, as needed," the Democratic West Virginia Senator said.
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With Holly Holm out, Julianna Pena wants Amanda Nunes fight – and Dana White is considering it
Julianna Pena wants next dibs at Amanda Nunes after UFC 259 – and her boss is interested.       Related StoriesWith Holly Holm out, Julianna Pena wants Amanda Nunes fight – and Dana White is considering it - EnclosureNo regrets: Israel Adesanya 'not heartbroken' about first MMA loss at UFC 259Petr Yan on UFC 259 DQ loss to Aljamain Sterling: 'I didn't mean to do an illegal shot' 
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Manchin: 'I'm supporting the filibuster' but 'it should be painful' to use
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., has found himself in a position of great power as one of the rare moderate Democrats willing to go against his party, which has been highlighted by his stated refusal to eliminate the filibuster, which requires 60 votes to end debate on a bill and move forward to a vote.
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Three Alabama professors put on leave over photos of them with ‘racist symbols’
The University of South Alabama has placed three professors on leave after photos resurfaced of them at a Halloween party wearing costumes with “racist symbols.” University President Tony Waldrop said the school has hired an attorney to conduct an independent investigation into the photos following a petition from students, news station WALA reported. The pictures were taken...
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