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Neil Gorsuch 'A Republic, If You Can Keep It' blasts judges as political actors

8 monthes ago   |   By Washington Times

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch may be the most optimistic lawyer in America today - which is surprising because he just published a book looking at where America's experiment in constitutional governance is struggling. He rejects the notion of treating judges as political figures, siding with Chief Justice John G. ...
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1.9 million new unemployment claims filed last week, pushing pandemic job...

1.9 million new unemployment claims filed last week, pushing pandemic job losses to 42.6 million

Another 1.9 million new claims for unemployment benefits were filed last week, the Department of Labor reported. The coronavirus pandemic has forced roughly 42.6 million... Read more ...

Obama Addresses George Floyd Protests

Obama Addresses George Floyd Protests

Barack Obama is still calling for hope and change. In his first on-camera remarks about the killing of George Floyd and nationwide protests, the former president said that when... Read more ...

George Floyd death: Thousands protest in London

George Floyd death: Thousands protest in London

LONDON - Thousands of people marched through London on Wednesday evening over the death of George Floyd in the United States. The death of Floyd - an unarmed black man who died... Read more ...

Jimmy Carter calls out police injustice, but says violence is 'not a solution'

Jimmy Carter calls out police injustice, but says violence is 'not a solution'

Former President Jimmy Carter on Wednesday expressed his dismay at racial injustice in the country, while also condemning violence as protests consume cities across the... Read more ...

Trump: I Was Only Inspecting That Bunker

Trump: I Was Only Inspecting That Bunker

President Trump is disputing reports that he was rushed to an underground bunker as protests raged outside the White House Friday. The president told Brian Kilmeade on Fox New... Read more ...

Trump: It's ‘common sense' to invite Putin to G-7

Trump: It's ‘common sense' to invite Putin to G-7

President Donald Trump on Wednesday defended his push to re-invite Russia to the Group of Seven summit later this year - arguing that President Vladimir Putin's inclusion at... Read more ...

D.C. National Guard To Investigate Helicopter's 'Show Of Force' Against...

D.C. National Guard To Investigate Helicopter's 'Show Of Force' Against Protesters

The helicopter, normally designated for use in medical evacuations, hovered low enough to create a deafening noise outside the White House. Read more ...

Esper Disagrees With Trump on Use of Insurrection Act

Esper Disagrees With Trump on Use of Insurrection Act

Breaking with President Trump, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Wednesday he opposes using military forces for law enforcement in containing current street protests. Esper... Read more ...

Poll: Biden opens up 11-point lead on Trump nationwide

Poll: Biden opens up 11-point lead on Trump nationwide

Former Vice President Joe Biden's lead over President Donald Trump has grown despite his absence from the campaign trail, a new poll released Wednesday shows, putting the... Read more ...

Minnesota Files Civil Rights Charge Against Police In George Floyd's Death

Minnesota Files Civil Rights Charge Against Police In George Floyd's Death

The state will investigate whether the Minneapolis Police Department has engaged in systemic discrimination toward people of color, Gov. Tim Walz said. Read more ...