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The court has a 5-4 conservative majority, including two Trump appointees.
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The Republican made 428 pardons and commutations since he lost his reelection campaign, including a convicted killer whose family donated to Bevin's campaign.
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The Democratic congressional candidate has come under fire over comments he made about women in a series of blogs in the 2000s.
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The Vermont senator withdrew his formal support for Cenk Uygur's congressional bid, but as one California Democrat noted, "the bad publicity is already out there."
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The press secretary explains a different standard for Barron Trump when pressed about the first lady's position on the president's insults toward the celebrated girl.
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Buttigieg's campaign insists he had nothing to do with the McKinsey report's cost-cutting recommendations.
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Unite Here Local 11 is asking presidential candidates not to cross the picket line at Loyola Marymount University, which is the site for the December debate.
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The full House floor vote on impeachment is expected before lawmakers adjourn for the holidays this month, setting up a Senate trial in January.
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The landmark law, which is being challenged in court, is constitutional and protects the "best interests" of Native children, reads their amicus brief.
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Not all sects of the fringe movement spew hateful rhetoric, but some Black Hebrew Israelites subscribe to an extreme set of anti-Semitic beliefs.
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"I just don’t think we can get to a better place by walking this moderate line," the soccer star told the candidate in a phone chat.
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The idea of promising to serve only one term, as reportedly floated by some of Joe Biden's advisers, didn't go over well with Democrats in the Senate.
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But he also claimed there would be "Medicare for all who want it."
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"Ignore the doubters," the former first lady tweeted in a sweet message of support to the teenage climate activist.
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The ALICE Training Institute wants teachers and students to confront gunmen. There’s little evidence its approach works.
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The Senate majority leader boasted about stacking the courts with conservative judges under Trump.
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Trump's 2020 Republican challenger did not name names.
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The World Jewish Congress, the Anti-Defamation League and several other American Jewish groups praised the order, but more liberal-leaning groups were critical.
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The Intelligence Committee chairman asked Stephen Colbert how Republicans will explain it to their grandchildren.
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The former New York City mayor sided with landlords over kids of color in a long-forgotten battle that could dog him in 2020.