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Father, son who disagree on Trump running against each other

Father, son who disagree on Trump running against each other

A father and son in Rhode Island who disagree about President Donald Trump are running for the same office, one as a Republican, the other as an independent
Updated one month ago
Some questions in Trump-Russia dossier now finding answers

Some questions in Trump-Russia dossier now finding answers

Associated Press review: Legal cases, news reports cast the blockbuster 2016 campaign memos on Trump collusion with Russia as a foggy blend of truth and history, likely interspersed with fiction or disinformation
Updated one month ago
Court opening puts pressure on Democrats in Trump country

Court opening puts pressure on Democrats in Trump country

The opening on the Supreme Court has created a dilemma for Democratic senators up for re-election this year in states that President Donald Trump won in 2016
Updated one month ago
Supreme Court change may limit, not kill, abortion rights

Supreme Court change may limit, not kill, abortion rights

A more conservative Supreme Court may be more willing to chip away at abortion rights. But overturning Roe v. Wade seems unlikely.
Updated one month ago

In turnaround, Republicans revive Saturday for early voting

North Carolina General Assembly Republicans have changed their minds and restored temporarily a popular day for early in-person voting eliminated in another measure
Updated one month ago
Spotlight turns to GOP women in Supreme Court fight

Spotlight turns to GOP women in Supreme Court fight

All sides are mobilizing in response to Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement, promising a momentous confirmation battle
Updated one month ago
Supreme Court vacancy could take culture wars to a new level

Supreme Court vacancy could take culture wars to a new level

The Trump-era culture wars are just beginning as Republicans seek to fill a crucial seat on the Supreme Court
Updated one month ago
More conservative court may weaken, not kill abortion rights

More conservative court may weaken, not kill abortion rights

A more conservative Supreme court may be more willing to chip away at abortion rights. But overturning Roe v. Wade seems unlikely.
Updated one month ago

GOP leaders focus on mapping 2020 at Idaho convention

Idaho Republicans kicked off the first day of their three-day state party convention making it clear that they have one eye on November election and another on 2020
Updated one month ago

Deputy fired after winning election finds temporary job

A South Dakota sheriff's deputy who was fired by his boss after defeating him in a primary race has found a temporary state job to see him and his family through until he takes office in January
Updated one month ago