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Smerconish: The Supreme Court comes up short

President Trump was always going to lose the Texas case, but SCOTUS did not go far enough in its explanation. We'd have been better served if they'd said more.


Chicago police officer charged in connection to January 6 Capitol riot

A Chicago police officer was arrested at his home and is facing five federal misdemeanor charges in connection to the January 6 riot at the US Capitol in Washington.

8-year-old boy sells Pokémon cards to help sick dog

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Watergate journalist: Trump’s actions go further than Nixon’s

Legendary Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein explains the differences between former Presidents Donald Trump and Richard Nixon following reports the Department of Justice under Trump demanded data on 73 phone numbers and 36 email addresses related to lawmakers.


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