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Judge Joan Larsen, 51, was a former law clerk for the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
21.09.2020 Trump’s advantage: Fast but not furious
What's the best course for President Trump when filling Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg's seat?
Top congressional Democrats are pushing back against President Trump for casting doubt on the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s reported dying wish that her vacancy on the high court be filled by whoever wins November's presidential election.
In private practice Rushing spent a lot of time on Supreme Court litigation, filing approximately 47 briefs with the tribunal, according to her Judiciary Committee questionnaire.
The aerospace giant said its hydrogen-fuelled passenger planes could be in service by 2035.
21.09.2020 Rep. Doug Collins to introduce constitutional amendment to prohibit Supreme Court packing
Rep. Doug Collins is expected to introduce a constitutional amendment to prohibit a change to the size of the Supreme Court until 10 years after enactment of any legislation that would alter the number of seats on the high court.
New survey finds three-fourths of families have experienced a loss of income since March and more than one-third of students don't have a quiet place to study.
The most bitterly partisan of all political battles – a Supreme Court nomination fight – has been added to an already toxic mix with just a month and a half to go until Election Day – and with the first presidential debate between Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Trump just over a week out.
Amy Coney Barrett is a front-runner in the current Supreme Court vacancy, and President Trump says to expect a decision by week’s end.
At least four female judges are emerging as top contenders to replace late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Only in 2012 have satellites seen the summer floes in the polar north more withdrawn than in 2020.
21.09.2020 Dan Bongino to Senate Republicans on Supreme Court battle: You’re in charge, ‘act like it’
Fox News contributor Dan Bongino on Monday called for Republicans who hold the majority in the Senate to "act like" they are in charge and "plow ahead" with filling the Supreme Court vacancy ahead of November's election.
The Trump campaign says they are expecting a “tuned in” Joe Biden during the first presidential debate next Tuesday, casting the former vice president as a seasoned politician who “knows his way” around the debate stage.
The US president says he will not approve the deal if Chinese company Bytedance remains involved.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will lie in repose at the Supreme Court this Wednesday and Thursday ahead of a private interment service held next week at Arlington National Cemetery, officials announced Monday.
President Trump said on Monday that he assumes Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s “going to do great” during the first presidential debate scheduled for next week before going on to also slam the former vice president.
Hours after the Democratic presidential nominee’s campaign announced it had a large campaign cash advantage over President Trump’s reelection team at the beginning of September, Biden officials said Monday morning they were going up with a new ad blitz in Georgia and Iowa as they try to expand the general election battleground state map.
21.09.2020 Potential Supreme Court nominee Barbara Lagoa could help Trump win Florida, state Republicans say
President Trump has already stated that he intends to choose a woman as his next Supreme Court nominee, and reports indicate that Judge Barbara Lagoa of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit is on his short list.
21.09.2020 Microsoft acquires Fallout creator Bethesda
Xbox's owner confirms it has bought the game developer ahead of the launch of the new Xbox console.
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