Justice Sonia Sotomayor was the only member of the court who wrote a dissent, saying the "harms associated with an inaccurate census are avoidable and intolerable."
Conspiracy theories, like those that make up the QAnon mass delusion, aren't relegated to Gen X and Baby Boomers. If you're a teacher with students sharing conspiracy theories, we'd love to hear from you.
Two Major COVID Clinical Trials Were Paused Over Safety Concerns — Which Is Exactly How Trials Should Work
Trials for Eli Lilly’s antibody treatment and Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine were both paused this week.
Department Of Homeland Security Employees Have Been Told To Report Colleagues Suspected Of Leaking Information
“This is another way to say to people: People are watching you. It is not just us, but your fellow colleagues now have an eye on you."
Judge Amy Coney Barrett Won’t Say How She’d Rule On Abortion, Healthcare, Marriage Equality, Or The Election
Barrett cited judicial ethics rules and told senators it wouldn’t be appropriate for her to signal in advance how she might rule on a certain issue.
The 12th Amendment could take America to a dark place. “If this happens, we’ve crossed a line in the history of the republic.”
Experts Say Hourslong Lines In Georgia For Early Voting Are A Sign Of Voter Enthusiasm, Not Suppression
"Voting should not be this difficult," said one voter who was unable to vote Monday because of the long wait.
Trump’s doctor cited a rapid test as a key factor in determining that he is “not infectious,” but the CDC does not recommend using such tests to clear sick patients from isolating.
Republican Party officials have not said how many ballots were collected or how they were handled.
Democrats focused on the fate of the Affordable Care Act while both parties relitigated fights over Merrick Garland and Brett Kavanaugh.
Trump has lost lawsuits challenging pandemic-related mail-in voting plans in Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, and, most recently, Pennsylvania.
The Trump campaign has launched Operation MAGA in Florida, while the president recovers from COVID-19. It doesn’t quite have the same feel.
This is one of the most bizarre weeks in US history. A day in the life of the senator who’s running for reelection, preparing for Supreme Court hearings, cohabiting for the first time in his life, and self-quarantining through it.
Thousands of Americans' partners have died during the coronavirus pandemic. Their grief — and anger — is driving some of them to the polls.
Trump and Biden, however, have agreed to debate at Belmont University in Nashville on Oct. 22.
Alexis McGill Johnson, Planned Parenthood’s first Black president in decades, vowed to make changes in response to the audit, which was obtained by BuzzFeed News.
More than a dozen cases are just one step away from the Supreme Court. They could allow the court to overrule Roe — or to restrict abortion for hundreds of thousands of people.
For months, a small group of scientists has pushed policies that mainstream health experts say would cause many more COVID-19 deaths. They just got their biggest audience yet.
The photo went viral across social media, but the man in it is not associated with the plot to kidnap the Michigan governor.
Pelosi Announced A Bill To Determine If A President Is Still Fit For Office Following Trump’s COVID Diagnosis
A section of the 25th Amendment that has never been used allows for a president to be removed from office if they are determined to be unfit to serve.
A Judge Won't Reopen Voter Registration In Florida After The Website Crashed But Said The State "Failed Its Citizens"
"To these potential voters, the state’s answer for its own failures can only be characterized as 'so sad, too bad,'" Judge Mark Walker wrote.
"Until the day we have a vaccine, food is the best vaccine against chaos."
"The Vampire Diaries" Stars Paul Wesley And Matthew Davis Debated Politics On Twitter And It Got Ugly
So much for leaving the drama in Mystic Falls.
Trump is actually standing outside the White House in his latest video.
“This court leaves voters to their own devices. Good luck and G-d bless, Wisconsin. You are going to need it,” one judge wrote Thursday.
BuzzFeed News Is Going To Court For A Quick Release Of All Russia Investigation Documents Following Trump's Tweets
President Trump tweeted that he had “fully authorized” release of the records, so BuzzFeed News went to court to ask for immediate access. Now a judge wants an answer from the White House.
Another Democratic senator said Trump's insult "tells you all you need to know about President Trump's respect for women and people of color."
Ukraine Deported Two American Members Of A Neo-Nazi Group Who Tried To Join A Far-Right Military Unit For “Combat Experience”
The two men were members of the US-based Atomwaffen Division who tried to join Ukraine’s far-right Azov Regiment, Ukrainian security officials said.
The Oct. 15 debate will be held virtually to protect people's "health and safety" after the president tested positive for COVID-19.
The vice presidential debate barely touched on the ongoing chaos of the last two weeks.