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Trump is the do-as-I-say, not-as-I-do president.

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The company now has until Nov. 12 to reach a deal before a more permanent ban.

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One of the biggest potential impacts of Barrett’s presence on the high court would be on who has standing to bring an environmental lawsuit.


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Trump paid less in federal taxes than most working people his first two years in office, a bombshell New York Times report reveals.

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They are laser-focused on the Supreme Court case that could overturn the law.

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The integrity of mail ballots – which Trump has attacked relentlessly – isn’t on the list.

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Nebraska's 2nd Congressional District is leaning blue.

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Democrats concede that past battles over process were losing propositions, and they need to focus on how millions of Americans could lose their health care if the Senate rushes to confirm the nominee.

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State election officials strategize about contingencies.

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Even a scaled-back version of Biden's economic program would translate into a meaningful boost.

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In a court filing, the Trump administration said the president's order does not stop companies from requesting to use the controversial sonic blasts to search for offshore oil.

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The FBI director and a few congressional Republicans are distancing themselves from his attacks.

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It's a public imaging makeover for his health care record.

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Democrats, for now, are trying to tamp down concerns about a constitutional crisis.

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Internal GOP polling suggests pushing to confirm a justice before the election could hurt the president more than help.

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Diller calls Google an 'absolute monopoly' and challenged Apple's App Store fees.

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At least, not until after Election Day.

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Fracking has become a flashpoint for left-leaning activists in California.

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The president declined to support a peaceful transition of power.

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Here are some ways corporations could see gains with a 6-3 majority.

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