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Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, could transform the court into the most conservative since the 1930s. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Amy Coney Barrett: A Dream For The Right, Nightmare For The Left

The mother of seven, beloved in her community and by Notre Dame students, is a sparkling intellect who is likely more conservative than the man she clerked for and revered, Justice Antonin Scalia.

Reflections Stan Forebee
Starting Again Stan Forebee

Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, could transform the court into the most conservative since the 1930s. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Amy Coney Barrett: A Dream For The Right, Nightmare For The Left

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Million Faces Contemporary Noise Quintet
Sophie Contemporary Noise Quintet
Intravenous Pete Robbins
Break GoGo Penguin
Kamaloka GoGo Penguin

Leaders of the new generation of D.C.'s statehood movement: Ty Hobson-Powell, 25; Demi Stratmon, 22; Jamal Holtz, 22; Noah Wills, 24; and Jamari O'Neal, 21. Tyrone Turner/WAMU hide caption

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D.C. Statehood Is A Civil Rights Issue For Young Activists

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Eucalyptus Koresma & Marley Carroll

Rev. Al Sharpton speaks at the 2020 March on Washington, officially known as the Commitment March: Get Your Knee Off Our Necks, at the Lincoln Memorial on Aug. 28 in Washington. Daniel Knighton/Getty Images hide caption

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Al Sharpton: Policing In America Will Change Because Of George Floyd's Death

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Moods Tesk
Doin It Tesk
Arabesque Ahmad Jamal
Swahililand Ahmad Jamal
Lux Glowworm
Glisten Nym

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U.S. Judge Halts Trump's TikTok Ban, Hours Before It Was Set To Start

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Woes Guilty Ghosts
Polar Opposites Guilty Ghosts
Thanks Bill El Ten Eleven
Birth El Ten Eleven
My First Car Vulfpeck

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Nearly Two-Thirds Of U.S. Households Struck By COVID-19 Face Financial Trouble

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