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Edward Snowden Agrees To Pay U.S. Government More Than $5 Million
President Trump Interviews Judge Amy Coney Barrett For Supreme Court
House Democrats Introduce Bill To Prevent Government Shutdown
The Supreme Court Vacancy Is A Key Point In Courting Voters
Vote Smarter 2020: Options For Returning Your Mail-In Ballot
Federal Reserve Says American Household Wealth Has Rebounded
Lawyer Says Client's Fallopian Tube Was Removed Without Consent
Not Paying A Price For Voting Twice
Foot Locker Teams Up With Rock The Vote
Tracking The Votes As Pres. Trump Prepares Supreme Court Nomination
What The New TikTok Deal Means For Its Data In The U.S.
Vote Smarter 2020: Key Vote-By-Mail Deadlines You Need To Know
Democrats Continue Criticisms Of Republicans' Supreme Court Push
Arizona Special Election Could Impact Supreme Court Justice Nomination
Judge Delays Ban On WeChat After Users Raise First Amendment Questions
President Trump Approves Proposed TikTok Deal With Oracle, Walmart
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Expected To Lie In Repose For 2 Days At High Court
President Vows To Name A Successor To Ginsburg This Week
How The 'Notorious RBG' Got Her Nickname
How Did Ruth Bader Ginsburg Change The Supreme Court?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg To Be Honored With A Statue in Brooklyn, New York
Supreme Court Justices React To Death Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Envelope With Deadly Poison Ricin Intercepted En Route To White House
Stopgap Funding Bill Talks Stalled Over Farm Bailout Disagreement
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Cultural Impact
What Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Meant To Women
Ginsburg Remembered As A Champion Of Women's Rights
Who's On President Trump's List To Replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg?
Joe Biden Reacts To Justice Ginsburg Death, Urges Waiting To Fill Seat
Senators To Watch In Forthcoming Supreme Court Battle
President Trump Vows To Fill Supreme Court Vacancy 'Without Delay'
Politicians, Celebrities React To Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Death
What's On The Docket Next For The Supreme Court?
An Unlikely Friendship: Ruth Bader Ginsburg And Antonin Scalia
Postal Service To Scrap Confusing Colorado Mail-In Voting Postcard
White House To Ask High Court To Overturn Census Decision
What Ginsburg's Death Could Mean For Abortion Access In U.S.
Flags At Half Staff To Honor Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
What Happens After President Trump Nominates The Next Justice?
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies At 87
Reflecting On Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Legacy
Biden Leads By Double Digits As Both Candidates Campaign In Minnesota
Current And Former Military Have Concerns About Absentee Voting
Trump Admin. To Ban TikTok, WeChat Downloads Sunday
President Trump Won't Attend UN General Assembly In Person
Early In-Person Voting Starts In 4 States
FBI Director Christopher Wray Testifies To House Committee
Pennsylvania Extends Mail-In Ballot Deadline
Judge Orders Postal Service To Stop Recent Policy Changes
In Controversial Speech AG Barr Criticizes His Own DOJ Prosecutors
Postcards About Mail-In Voting Create Confusion
Attorney General Barr Blasts Career Prosecutors As 'Headhunters'
Chad Wolf Defies Subpoena To Testify Before House Committee
Intelligence Officials To Provide In-Person Briefings On Interference
States Fight Back Against Cuts At U.S. Postal Service
Department of Health and Human Services Appointee Takes 2 Month Leave
Scientists Weigh In On Secret Weapon Trump Cited In Woodward Interview
As Virus Drives Poll Worker Shortage, Teens Are Coming To The Rescue
Pelosi Will Keep House In Session Until Coronavirus Aid Is Passed
Israel Bombs Gaza Strip After Rocket Salvos
Dems Call For Investigation Into Reports Of Forced Medical Procedures
WTO Says U.S. Tariffs On China Don't Align With Its Trade Rules
One-On-One With Peter Strzok
Justice Department Investigating John Bolton's Book
Greek Police Arrest 5 Suspected Arsonists In Refugee Camp Fire
Border Patrol Made Fictional Video Of Migrant Killing Man
Secy. Pompeo's Wife Accused Of Misusing Taxpayer Resources
Dems and GOP Differ In Outreach Methods Amid Pandemic
White House Hosts Historic Abraham Accords Peace Deal Signing
Biden Picks Up The Pace With Latino Voters in Florida
Judge Blocks Homeland Security Asylum Rules, Wolf Appointment Invalid
TikTok And Oracle Reach Deal, But President Trump Can Still Reject It
Ohio Will Not Cover Postage For Mail-In Ballots
Wisconsin Resumes Mail-In Ballots After Green Party Challenge
Online Ballot Tracking Is Reliable But Not Perfect
President Trump Signs Executive Order To Lower Drug Prices
TikTok Reportedly Chooses Oracle As New Partner
USPS Asks Federal Judge To Allow Postcards About Mail-In Voting
Bob Woodward Calls Pres. Trump 'The Wrong Man For The Job'
More GOP Women Are Running For The House Than Ever Before
Whistleblower Complaints On Russian Interference Follow Pattern
Bloomberg Spending $100 Million To Boost Biden Campaign In Florida
Man Shoots LA County Sheriff's Deputies Sitting in Squad Car
Pence Abandons Appearance At Fundraiser Hosted by QAnon Backers
Appeals Court Rules That Many Florida Felons Can't Register To Vote
Afghan Government And Taliban Enter First Peace Talks After Delays
Governor Newsom Signs Bill Giving Inmate Firefighters Path to Career
Whistleblower: DHS Minimized Russian Threats To Help President Trump
Court Blocks Order To Keep Undocumented Immigrants Off Census
Experts Warn Of Looming Health Crises Amid Mail Delivery Delay
9/11 Trail Linking Three Memorial Sites Continues To Expand
Microsoft Announces Foreign Cyberattacks On Presidential Campaigns
U.S. Sanctions Ukrainian Official, 3 Russians For Election Meddling
Fire At Beirut Blast Site Scares Residents, Fuels Anti-Government Fury
Republican-led Coronavirus Relief Bill Fails In Senate
President Trump Defends Downplaying The Threat Of COVID-19
President Trump Pitches Suburbia. Is it working?
House Intelligence Committee Wants To Hear From DHS Whistleblower
Will A Moderate Biden Help Out Candidates Down Ballot?
U.S. Has Revoked More Than 1,000 Visas Of Chinese Nationals Since June