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Trump Immunity in E. Jean Carroll Case Denied by Appeals Panel, Setting Up Supreme Court Battle

A federal appeals court ruled that former President Trump cannot assert presidential immunity in a defamation lawsuit brought by writer E. Jean Carroll, denying Trump’s bid...

Supreme Court to Decide Whether to Restrict Abortion Drug Nationwide

The Supreme Court said Wednesday it will consider whether to restrict access to a widely used abortion drug — even in states where the...

Haley Gets Endorsement From Gov. Chris Sununu Ahead of Pivotal New Hampshire Primary

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu endorsed Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley on Tuesday, six weeks before the state’s pivotal first-in-the-nation primary. Sununu appeared with Haley...

Judge Rebukes Giuliani Over ‘Defamatory’ Comments He Made About Georgia Election Workers During Defamation Damages Trial

The federal judge overseeing Rudy Giuliani’s defamation damages trial in Washington, DC, rebuked the former Donald Trump lawyer Tuesday over “quite defamatory” comments he made...

House to Vote to Condemn College Presidents’ Antisemitism Testimony

The House is set to vote Wednesday on a bipartisan resolution condemning the congressional testimony of three university presidents at a hearing last week...

DeSantis Goes After Trump on Abortion, COVID-19 and the Border Wall in an Iowa Town Hall

Donald Trump "flip-flipped" on abortion, overreached in response to COVID-19 and failed to uphold his campaign pledge to get Mexico to pay for a...

New York’s Highest Court Orders Congressional Districts to be Redrawn

New York’s highest court on Tuesday ordered the state to redraw its congressional map, handing Democrats a major win in the fight for control of...


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