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What Amy Coney Barrett on the Supreme Court would mean for abortion rights

Her confirmation could be a step toward the end of Roe v. Wade.

The legal theories of Amy Coney Barrett, explained

An expert explains originalism, the Roberts Court, and what a Justice Barrett might do.

Demand grows for Kentucky AG to release the grand jury report in the Breonna Taylor case

Taylor’s family and lawyers are questioning what AG Daniel Cameron presented to the grand jury.

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One of the three officers who shot at Breonna Taylor’s apartment was indicted ... for endangering her neighbors. Tessa Duvall from the Louisville Courier-Journal explains. And Vox’s Fabiola Cineas says the ruling isn’t surprising.

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The Trump administration is challenging a court ruling that prevents it from ending the census early

Trump says he won’t commit to leaving office if he loses the election because of a “ballot scam”

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RBG, minority rule, and our looming legitimacy crisis

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Daniel Cameron, the Trump-supporting attorney general in the Breonna Taylor case, explained

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Trump is proposing to limit student visas to two years for citizens of 59 countries

Trump made a rare public appearance in DC to pay his respects to RBG. It did not go well.

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