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Supreme Court watchers worry Amy Coney Barrett's 'originalism' could uphold racist policiesNow that Amy Coney Barrett has been confirmed to the Supreme Court, civil rights advocates are concerned her ideology will reverse their progress.
Senator says Trump pushed Barrett confirmation "so she could help him win""They raced through a nominee, a highly partisan nominee, in just a few weeks before an election," Senator Chris Coons said on CBSN.
Supreme Court allows mail-in extensions in PA, NC
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Comedian Fortune Feimster sped up wedding over Barrett appointment to Supreme CourtComedian Fortune Feimster says she and her longtime partner sped up their wedding once it became clear that Amy Coney Barrett would be confirmed to the U.S...
How will Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation battle affect Senate races?Republicans' control of the Senate, where they hold a 53-47 majority, could soon be a memory if Democrats win just four seats on Election Day.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey will testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on..
Amy Coney Barrett Nomination Is Advanced to Final Confirmation Vote
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AP Top Stories October 23 AHere's the latest for Friday October 23rd: Trump and Biden have final debate; Drug approved for COVID-19 treatment; Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans..
Senate panel approves Trump court pick over Dem boycott
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Fact check: False Kamala Harris claim uses image from 2019 trip to IowaA viral image purporting to show Kamala Harris intoxicated in Ohio is actually from a trip to Iowa in 2019, and she isn't drunk there, either.
Biden hammers Trump on coronavirus response in final days of campaignThe Biden campaign is tapping into its sizable war chest in a bid to fill the airwaves with advertising with just three days until Election Day. The former vice..
Biden eyes red states won by Trump in 2016With President Trump defending states he won on Friday, Joe Biden went on offense in Iowa, a state now in play after the Mr. Trump won it easily in 2016. Ed..
Biden describes Iowa pandemic toll in Des MoinesDemocrat Joe Biden is making his case against President Donald Trump on the coronavirus in Iowa, one of the states hit hardest by the pandemic. (Oct. 30)
Race to the White House: Biden enters final days of campaign trail in IowaWhen Joe Biden was last in Iowa, his presidential campaign was on the verge of collapse and he was soundly trounced in the caucuses by a former Indiana mayor..
Revisiting President Trump’s border wall promiseIn 2015, then-candidate Donald Trump campaigned on a promise to build a wall spanning the entire southern border with Mexico. Mireya Villarreal rode along with..
Trump and Biden hold campaign events on final weekend before Election DayPresident Trump and Joe Biden are holding multiple rallies on the final weekend before Election Day. Both candidates are making a push to lock up Pennsylvania,..
COVID-19 in spotlight in final campaign push
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The Conversation: A Biden presidency might be better for NZ, but the big foreign policy challenges won't disappear with TrumpOPINION: The presidency of Donald Trump has been challenging for New Zealand's foreign policy. Our commitment to multilateral solutions to global problems has..
Trump Camp Uses Online Gimmick to Fuel Donations Into DecemberThe Trump campaign is now automatically checking a box to create recurring weekly donations from supporters until mid-December.
'We lost everything:' Wildfire survivor
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'We have made great progress': Melania Trump praises Donald Trump's handling of COVID-19In Melania Trump's speech Saturday at a Donald Trump campaign rally in Wisconsin, she accused the media of attacking her husband over COVID.
First lady campaigns for Trump in battleground WIUS first lady Melania Trump made a solo campaign appearance for the president on Saturday in the battleground state of Wisconsin. (Oct. 31)
Can Trump Woo Enough Black Men to Hurt Biden in Battleground States?On the ground and in TV ads, the candidates are in an intense and surprising battle for Black male voters, who are crucial for Democrats trying to win back..
The Deciders: Asian American voters in 2020CBSN anchor Elaine Quijano reports on the growing power of the Asian American vote for the CBS News special “The Deciders.” She profiles a pro-Trump business..
Yellowstone wolves still fascinate 25 years laterTwenty-five years after wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone National Park, the apex predator holds people's fascination, attracting visitors from all over..
Are 'ballot selfies' legal? Depends where you are voting, it's punishable in some statesCalifornia, Colorado and New Hampshire are among more than 20 states where it's legal to take a ballot selfie.
U.S. sees some half-million COVID-19 cases in a week
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CBS Evening News, October 27, 2020Biden campaigns in Georgia on final week before Election Day; Firefighters save Colorado man's home from wildfire and leave note
U.S. experiencing worst week of coronavirus pandemic as infections peak nationwideCoronavirus cases continue to trend upward throughout the U.S., months after the start of the pandemic. Hospitalizations and deaths are also climbing across the..
COVID-19: Kuwait to retain shisha ban until vaccine for virus is availableCairo: Kuwaiti authorities are unlikely to lift an ongoing ban on serving shisha at cafes before vaccines against the coronavirus are made available, according..
Coronavirus: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson set to announce national lockdownUK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce a new national lockdown next week after scientists warned Covid-19 was spreading faster than their worst..
Ashworth urges PM not to ‘dither’ with Coronavirus action
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Will the Hardest-Hit Communities Get the Coronavirus Vaccine?A committee that advises the C.D.C.’s director is working on a plan to equitably distribute immunizations when they become available.
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