Federal prosecutor in Massachusetts accuses Barr of a 'dangerous abuse of power'

Federal prosecutor in Massachusetts accuses Barr of a 'dangerous abuse of power'An assistant US attorney in Massachusetts is the latest federal prosecutor to criticize Attorney General William Barr, accusing the top law enforcement official of a "dangerous abuse of power" by politicizing his position and doing the bidding of President Donald Trump.

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Democrats say Barrett's nomination is all about the future of Obamacare

Democrats say Barrett's nomination is all about the future of ObamacareDemocrats on Saturday night launched their case against federal Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, saying support for her confirmation was equivalent to a vote to end the Affordable Care Act.

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How Trump picked Amy Coney Barrett over Barbara Lagoa for the Supreme Court

How Trump picked Amy Coney Barrett over Barbara Lagoa for the Supreme CourtIt was only a week ago President Donald Trump appeared practically "giddy" about a particular candidate to fill the newly vacant seat on the Supreme Court that had been held by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for more than 27 years, people familiar with the matter said.

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Top Trump officials seen not wearing masks or social distancing at White House Supreme Court announcement

Top Trump officials seen not wearing masks or social distancing at White House Supreme Court announcementMany of the guests for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nomination announcement arrived at Saturday's event with masks on, but as the Rose Garden event got underway, masks were virtually non-existent.

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Analysis: The Supreme Court hasn't been this conservative since the 1930s

Analysis: The Supreme Court hasn't been this conservative since the 1930sThe US Supreme Court is on the verge of a historic transformation that could wind back the law in America for decades, in some cases to the 1930s, pre-New Deal approach.

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