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Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) gives a thumbs up to supporters after announcing her competitor Sara Gideon called to concede on November 4, 2020 in Bangor, Maine News
Gideon Concession to Collins Dashes Democratic Hopes to Oust Reviled Maine GOP Senator
The four-term Republican's win follows her much-maligned vote to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), former Vice President Joe Biden, and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) participate in the Democratic presidential primary debate at the Charleston Gaillard Center on February 25, 2020 in Charleston, South Carolina. After dropping out of the race, both senators endorsed Biden, the party's nominee. (Photo: Win McNamee/Getty Images) News
Sanders and Klobuchar Explain to Trump: 'In America, We Count the Votes to Determine Who Wins'
Their joint statement came after the pair led a Senate report last week summarizing what Americans should expect on Election Day and reinforcing Democrats' call for everyone to vote.
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As Trump Says 'Must Have Vote Total' on Nov. 3, Nearly 400 'Protect the Results' Rallies Planned to Fight Election Night Theft
"We think the likelihood of activation is high," the Protect the Results coalition says.
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In July 2018, a protest broke out outside the U.S. Supreme Court after President Donald Trump announced his nominee to replace outgoing Justice Anthony Kennedy. Views
Unequal Justice: Trump's Supreme Takeover
If the president gets to appoint another SCOTUS judge, we'll be paying the price for decades to come.
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Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) stands alongside U.S. President Donald Trump as he signs a bill in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, D.C, October 10, 2018. (Photo: Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images) Views
A Small Dollar Donation Isn't a Threat, Susan Collins—It's a Promise
Nice try, Susan, but you're wrong. The money I contributed to your opponent isn't a bribe, and it's not a threat. It's democracy.
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Supreme Court Ruling Denounced as 'Dangerous and Serious' Attack on Women's Right to Contraceptive Care
"No employer is welcome into the exam room when I talk to patients about their contraception options, why should they be able to dictate the method from their corner office?" asked one physician.
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People stand in line for free HIV test during an International Condom Day event in Kiev organized by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) on Feb. 13, 2019. Ukraine had the second largest HIV epidemic in Europe last year. (Photo: Pavlo Conchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) News
Undermining Human Rights and Global Fight Against HIV/AIDS, Supreme Court Affirms Anti-Prostitution Pledge
Critics called the ruling "a step back for human rights and public health."
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) talks with Justin Walker before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Walker's nomination for U.S. district judge for the Western District of Kentucky on July 31, 2019. (Photo: Caroline Brehman/CQ Roll Call) News
Instead of Vote on Covid-19 Relief, Senate GOP Confirms 'Anti-Healthcare' McConnell Protégé Justin Walker to Lifetime Judgeship
"Another shameful step in the McConnell/Trump takeover of our judiciary."
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Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) arrives at the Senate chamber as the Senate impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald Trump continues at the U.S. Capitol on January 30, 2020 in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images) News
With Trump-Aligned Votes as 'Anvil Around Her Neck,' Susan Collins Down 9 Points to Likely Dem Challenger
The four-term Republican senator from Maine who presents herself as a centrist has faced national criticism for her votes during the Trump administration.
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Chief Justice John Roberts spoke via an audio feed of U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments on May 12, 2020 in cases dealing with the subpoenas from the Congress to obtain President Donald Trump's financial records. The Court held arguments via teleconference due to Covid-19. News
President 'Not Above the Law,' Say Groups, as Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Trump Subpoena Cases With Vast Implications
"The American people have the right to know whether the president is abusing power, concealing illegal activities, or dodging his taxes."
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