Stories tagged: "Supreme Court"


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Justice Sotomayor Opens Up to Gloria Estefan About Her Career, Life, and Love

"At one point, I actually thought of pulling out and writing a note to the president saying I don't want any more of this."

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Seems Like Justice Barrett Disagrees With the Trump Administration Over the Census

President Donald Trump is seeking to omit undocumented immigrants from the census to put more Republicans in Congress.

Healthcare of 2 Million Floridians Hangs in the Balance With Affordable Care Act Lawsuit

Oral arguments in the lawsuit before the Supreme Court are set for a week after Election Day. It will be one of the first cases heard by Trump appointed conservative Justice Amy Coney Barrett.

LIVE BLOG: The Latest 2020 Election News From Latino Lawmakers and Advocates

While President Donald Trump is tweeting to "stop the count," Latino lawmakers demand election officials continue to count until they're done.

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These Latinos Fear a Future Without the Affordable Care Act

As the Supreme Court composition battle rages on, millions of Latinos fear losing their health coverage amid the pandemic.

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Catholic Sister Explains: Judge Amy Coney Barrett Could Hurt Latinos

"Pope Francis is teaching us, as is our tradition, that it's more complicated than a single issue, and we have to be multi-issue voters," Sister Campbell said.

President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will debate on this stage at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic on September 29, 2020 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Here’s What You Need to Know About the First Presidential Debate

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and President Trump will square off in Cleveland on a variety of issues, from the coronavirus response to the economy—all just five weeks before Election Day.