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Years from now, President Donald Trump’s divisive rhetoric, his haphazard hirings and firings, even his tweets, will all eventually fade into memory. Other presidents will erase his executive orders. His Supreme Court picks, however, will stay.

The Judicial Crisis Network, a conservative legal group, will spend $3 million on a television and digital advertisement calling for the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

It's all hands on deck as social media platforms prep for tonight’s face-off between President Trump and Joe Biden — a test case for the online challenges tech companies might see between now and November

Jill Biden is tired of hearing about her husband's gaffes

Several universities have resumed in-person classes and invited students back to live on or near campus this semester while logging few infections, even as other institutions struggle to halt outbreaks or rely on virtual education

We’re still a day away from the first presidential debate, but over 944,000 people have either returned their mail ballot or voted early in-person through Sunday

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Ahead of tonight’s head-to-head debate matchup between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, we asked a body language expert what to be on look out for 👀

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Exclusive: Emails show a Trump appointee is trying to stop Dr. Fauci from talking about the risks coronavirus poses to kids

People flip out over bird joining Bernie at the lectern.

"They didn’t care about [Hillary Clinton’s] emails…because if they did, they’d be up in arms right now as the Chinese are listening to the president’s iPhone that he leaves in his golf cart," Barack Obama said at a campaign event, slamming GOP politicians and conservative media

The House Ethics Committee's investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz revealed that the Panhandle Republican went to Fox News star Sean Hannity for advice. The House report includes this text exchange between Gaetz and Hannity that happened in February 2019

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Trump walked out of an executive order signing ceremony without having signed the executive orders

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Trump officials have decided against reopening Obamacare enrollment to uninsured Americans during the coronavirus pandemic, defying calls from health insurers and Dems to create a special sign-up window amid the health crisis

When Ruth Bader Ginsburg wanted to be Supreme Court clerk in 1960, she was rejected because of her gender. More than 30 years later she made it to the high court bench herself. Here’s a look back Ginsburg’s life and legacy. 👇

The president's financial dealings with the state-owned Bank of China are complicating his attacks on Joe Biden

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