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Barbara Lagoa, one of Trump’s top contenders for the Supreme Court

Barbara Lagoa, one of Trump’s top contenders for the Supreme Court

President Donald Trump said he plans to select a woman to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a feminist icon who helped lead the Supreme Court’s liberal wing for years. Among the people on his short list is Barbara Lagoa, a 52-year-old conservative judge he appointed to the 11th US Circuit Court of Appeals…MORE

The future of Obamacare is at risk again. Here’s what’s at stake

The future of Obamacare is at risk again. Here’s what’s at stake

The future of the Affordable Care Act is once again in jeopardy with the passing of liberal icon Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. President Donald Trump now has a better chance of fulfilling his longstanding promise to kill the landmark health reform law, but in the courtroom instead of Congress. The Supreme Court is already scheduled…MORE

Biden’s once maligned digital operation raises big money by embodying candidate

Biden’s once maligned digital operation raises big money by embodying candidate

When Rob Flaherty began describing Joe Biden‘s digital strategy as a “battle for the soul of the Internet” earlier this year, the Democratic primary had barely ended, the former vice president’s campaign was alarmingly low on money and President Donald Trump‘s digital-centric campaign looked like a juggernaut. The upbeat phrase was quickly panned as a…MORE

Trump narrows Supreme Court list as weighty decision looms

Trump narrows Supreme Court list as weighty decision looms

President Donald Trump was only seven minutes into his campaign rally Friday when word arrived backstage that would dramatically alter the final stretch of his first term. Yet as his aides debated whether to alert him that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died, another message arrived from Trump’s chief of staff: don’t interrupt…MORE

Edward Snowden agrees to give up more than $5 million from book and speeches

Edward Snowden agrees to give up more than $5 million from book and speeches

Edward Snowden, the former CIA contractor who leaked intelligence secrets in 2013, has agreed to forfeit more than $5 million he earned from his book and speaking fees to the US government, according to court records. Snowden published his book “Permanent Record” last year without government approval, in violation of contracts he signed with the…MORE

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