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Sarah Palin dines at New York City restaurant days after multiple positive COVID-19 tests
January 27, 2022
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin dined at a New York City restaurant days after it was confirmed she tested positive for the coronavirus multiple times.
      
OnPolitics: The president announces Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's retirement
January 27, 2022
Biden says he will announce Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's replacement in late February and that he will name a Black woman to the high court.
      
Pentagon IDs units put on alert; White House wonders if Russia is serious on diplomacy: What we know
January 27, 2022
White House press secretary Jen Psaki says it isn't clear if Russia is serious about diplomacy. Here's what's happening in Ukraine-Russia conflict.
      
Biden on Supreme Court nominations: what he's said about filling vacancies on the nation's highest court
January 27, 2022
Biden opposes 'court packing' but said naming a Black woman to the high court will be "the product of a process that extends our finest traditions."
      
Biden promises Black woman nominee to SCOTUS as Justice Breyer announces retirement: recap
January 27, 2022
President Joe Biden announced the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer; Biden promised to name a Black woman as Breyer's replacement.
      
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'Long overdue': Biden reiterates vow to name first Black woman to Supreme Court
January 27, 2022
Joe Biden raised the idea of naming a Black woman to the Supreme Court in 2020. Justice Breyer's retirement has given the president an opportunity.
      
Who is Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson? For starters, she once clerked for Justice Breyer
January 27, 2022
She's not the only candidate to replace Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, but Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is atop nearly every short list.
      
'Stealthy' Justice Stephen Breyer had a big impact on abortion. That legacy is now in jeopardy
January 27, 2022
Justice Breyer has had a big impact on the high court's rulings on abortion. But as he prepares to retire, those contributions are at risk.
      
Bickering with and insulting the press isn't new. How Biden's hot mic moment fits into presidential history
January 27, 2022
From George Washington to Donald Trump, every U.S. president has attacked reporters – not always publicly, not always profanely, but consistently.
      
Record 14.5 million Americans sign up for Obamacare during open enrollment for 2022 plans
January 27, 2022
Record enrollment in insurance plans for 2022 was boosted by expanded Affordable Care Act subsidies. The extra help will expire at the end of the year.
      
Justice Stephen Breyer's notable majority opinions and dissents, from abortion to the death penalty
January 27, 2022
Justice Breyer has had a profound impact, crafting landmark opinions on abortion rights, the First Amendment and the inner workings of government.
      
What is the process for Supreme Court nominations? Here's what's next and how long it could take.
January 27, 2022
The Constitution says the president nominates justices to the Supreme Court and the Senate confirms them. Here is how that process works.
      
The Army has an alarming suicide problem in Alaska, despite flooding area with resources
January 27, 2022
There were 17 suspected suicides among soldiers in Alaska in 2021, more than previous two years combined. The Army is rushing resources there.
      
White House says Biden is 'committed' to nominating a Black woman to the Supreme Court
January 27, 2022
White House press secretary Jen Psaki tells reporters that President Biden is committed to bringing diversity to the Supreme Court.
      
Republicans could delay, but not block Biden's Supreme Court pick if all Democrats back nominee
January 27, 2022
A simple majority is all that's needed to approve a presidential nomination to the country's highest court.
      
Better trained, better equipped: What you should know about Russia and Ukraine's militaries
January 27, 2022
Ukraine's military is stronger than when Russia invaded Crimea in 2014 but still won't be able to hold off another Russian attack, experts say.
      
Respect, fear, power: What's motivating Vladimir Putin to threaten Ukraine?
January 27, 2022
In threatening Ukraine, Vladimir Putin is trying to protect Russia's sphere of influence while bolstering his own standing at home and abroad.
      
4 times US presidents weren't so 'presidential' in front of cameras
January 26, 2022
Check out the moments where U.S. presidents didn't realize their microphones were on or had a lapse in judgement.
      
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes ordered detained pending trial in Jan. 6 sedition conspiracy
January 26, 2022
Prosecutors said continuing detention was necessary because the former Army paratrooper was a flight risk who posed a continuing danger to the public.
      
Justice Breyer's departure opens door for youth, diversity on Supreme Court
January 26, 2022
Breyer's departure gives President Joe Biden a chance to make good on his campaign pledge to appoint a Black woman to the Supreme Court.
      
OnPolitics: Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire
January 26, 2022
After almost three decades on the bench, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer announced he will be stepping down by the end of this term.
      
Feds charge felon in gun sale linked to Texas synagogue suspect; firearm purchased two days before standoff
January 26, 2022
The FBI tied Henry "Michael" Williams to Malik Faisai Akram through an analysis of cellphone records that showed the pair exchanged a series of calls.
      
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to step down, giving Biden a chance to make his mark
January 27, 2022
Associate Justice Stephen Breyer has served nearly three decades on the Supreme Court. His retirement will set off a fight over his replacement.
      
Here's what Russia's conflict in Ukraine could mean for US fuel, energy prices
January 26, 2022
Russia is the world's second-largest oil exporter and in a conflict with Ukraine, Vladimir Putin could impose sanctions to retaliate against the West.
      
What is NATO? Military alliance in spotlight as Russia tries to forbid Ukraine membership
January 26, 2022
NATO has been called the most successful military alliance in history. Its will to defend itself and its interests is now being tested in Ukraine.
      
Pragmatist. Institutionalist. Optimist. How Justice Stephen Breyer changed the Supreme Court
January 26, 2022
He is often described as an "optimist" or "institutionalist" committed to the notion that the government generally works in people's best interests.
      
US responds to Russia's demands and doesn't yield on Ukraine and NATO: What to know
January 26, 2022
Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Russia might take 'retaliatory measures' against the West if it continues its 'aggressive course.'
      
'Fringe ideas' are going mainstream in US politics. That's a danger to democracy, extremism experts say.
January 26, 2022
Sitting politicians and candidates for office are increasingly embracing white supremacist and other extremist messaging, two new studies show.
      
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer plans to retire from the U.S. high court
January 26, 2022
Justice Breyer has been facing calls to retire while Democrats can fill his seat in the highest court in the land.
      
US talks potential sanctions as Ukraine downplays Russian threat: What we know
January 26, 2022
NATO and Russian forces are preparing for a potential conflict in Ukraine as the Kremlin awaits a formal response from the Biden administration.
      
Kansas bill forces pharmacists to fill ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine as off-label COVID treatment
January 26, 2022
Kansas senators who oversee public health policy debate a bill that would promote off-label drugs ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID.
      
States weigh Texas-style enforcement for guns, schools after Supreme Court abortion ruling
January 26, 2022
Texas allows private citizens to sue over abortions. State lawmakers consider whether to import that approach to other divisive issues.
      
 
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