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Justice Stephen Breyer Worried That Expanding Supreme Court Would Erode Public Trust

“If the public sees judges as ‘politicians in robes,’ its confidence in the courts, and in the rule of law itself, can only diminish," he said.

Organizer Odessa Kelly Launches First Progressive Primary Bid of 2022 Against TN Democrat Jim Cooper

Kelly, who would be the first openly gay Black woman in Congress, is challenging Cooper, a member of the conservative Democratic Blue Dog Coalition.

More Than Half of States At “Extreme Risk” for “Rigged Maps” in Next Round of Redistricting: Analysis

The next round of redistricting will be the first since Supreme Court rulings on partisan gerrymanders, racial discrimination.

Alabama Amazon Warehouse Workers Vote Against Forming a Union

Workers at an Amazon warehouse voted 1,798 to 738 against joining the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.

Biden Rolls Out Executive Orders to Respond to Gun Violence “Epidemic”

Biden announced multiple executive orders, but said Congress needs to act to tackle gun violence.

Matt Gaetz Sent Money via Venmo to Accused Sex Trafficker, Who Then Sent Money to Teen: Report

Gaetz sent $900 to indicted friend Joel Greenberg, who then sent $900 to three women.

Joe Manchin Declares There’s “No Circumstance” In Which He Would “Weaken” Filibuster in Blow to Biden

Manchin's opposition threatens to upend the Democratic push to pass voting rights legislation and infrastructure.

Ilhan Omar Slams Biden’s “Shameful” Move to Restart Border Wall Construction to Fill “Gaps”

Omar said it was "unacceptable" for Biden to "continue the construction of Trump's xenophobic and racist wall."

Rudy Giuliani’s Son Says He Plans to Challenge New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo

Republicans sense an opening as embattled Cuomo seeks fourth term despite multiple investigations.

Tom Cotton Claims “Under-Incarceration” Problem In US, Which Has Highest Rate of Imprisonment

The US has more than 2.3 million people in prison.