A package containing the poison ricin and addressed to Trump intercepted by law enforcement

A package containing the poison ricin and addressed to Trump intercepted by law enforcementA package containing the poison ricin and addressed to President Donald Trump was intercepted by law enforcement earlier this week, according to two law enforcement officials.

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Supreme Court fight highlights US Senate race in Arizona

Supreme Court fight highlights US Senate race in ArizonaThe death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has put a spotlight on the divisions in the US Senate -- in particular the unique circumstances surrounding the competitive race for a seat in Arizona.

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Analysis: Unlike 2016, polling this year suggests Democrats more motivated by Supreme Court than Republicans

Analysis: Unlike 2016, polling this year suggests Democrats more motivated by Supreme Court than RepublicansThe death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has the ability to upend the 2020 presidential election. But while most analysis suggests President Donald Trump was helped by the opportunity to appoint a new justice in the 2016 election, polling this time around suggests something different may be in the offing.

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McConnell under pressure from conservatives to fill Supreme Court vacancy before election

McConnell under pressure from conservatives to fill Supreme Court vacancy before electionConservatives are pushing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell behind the scenes to consider moving to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the November election, potentially leaving the conference divided over what timeline is best.

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Americans living abroad fear their ballots won't make it in time

Americans living abroad fear their ballots won't make it in timeWhen Keith Silverang went to request his absentee ballot from the local election office in the county where he was last a permanent resident in the US, he followed the same procedure he's followed when voting abroad in every general presidential election since the early 1990s.

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