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President Trump and some Republicans were licking their wounds after Democrat Doug Jones' stunning upset in Alabama's race for the US Senate. But others were positively relieved.

After Alabama, what's next for the GOP?

President Trump and some Republicans were licking their wounds after Democrat Doug Jones' stunning upset in Alabama's race for the US Senate. But others were positively relieved.

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 Several Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee made clear today why they won't vote to confirm the President's nomination of Appellate Judge…

Gorusch confirmation: Filibusters and the 'nuclear option'

Photo by Master Steve Rapport Several Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee made clear today why they won't vote to confirm the President's nomination of Appellate Judge…

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Refugees and visa-holders from seven mostly Muslim countries have been allowed into the US again since last Friday.

Trump's First Constitutional Confrontation

Refugees and visa-holders from seven mostly Muslim countries have been allowed into the US again since last Friday.

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