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Opinion: The LBJ delusion about Biden

Although Americans can and do disagree about the individual achievements of our presidents, we still share a habit of comparing and contrasting them, of seeking for every new chief executive a twin or parallel among past occupants of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. President Joe Biden is most often compared to and judged against President Lyndon Baines Johnson, the architect nearly two generations ago of the modern American social safety net and a powerful warrior against poverty and racial injustice.

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Opinion: Why you need to pay attention to the Supreme Court today

Covid-19 vaccine mandates are up for consideration at the US Supreme Court once again, with arguments set for Friday -- but this time with a couple of twists. Two consolidated cases have made their way to the high court for emergency action, meaning the appellants are seeking to influence whether these mandates take effect now, while litigation proceeds, over whether they are legal and constitutional.

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Opinion: Watch out for 2022 -- Trump isn't finished just yet

Ever devoted to seeking power and attention, former President Donald Trump has announced he'll hold a rally January 15 in Arizona, a key state where his allies used lies about widespread voter fraud to contest the 2020 election results.

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Hear why Trump wants Supreme Court to read article

As the Supreme Court considers whether to take up former President Donald Trump's January 6 White House records case, Trump's attorney submitted to the court a new filing making the court aware of a Washington Post interview with Rep. Bennie Thompson, who chairs the House select committee seeking the records.

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Alex Jones sues House January 6 committee

• Analysis: Smoking gun in Meadows' texts • Trump sues NY attorney general, seeking to stop investigation into his company • Prosecution gives scathing closing argument in Ghislaine Maxwell trial

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Gorsuch deals abortion providers a setback

In the latest setback for abortion clinics in Texas, Justice Neil Gorsuch said Thursday that a conservative federal appeals court should handle the next steps of litigation concerning the state's six-week ban, a move that will likely leave women seeking abortions in the state in legal limbo for weeks if not months.

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What the Texas abortion decision portends for reproductive rights

For months, abortion bans made national headlines, in large part thanks to Texas. The state passed a law banning abortion at six weeks, the point at which doctors could detect fetal cardiac activity, and allowed any private citizen to sue a doctor or person aiding or abetting someone seeking an abortion for at least $10,000 dollars a procedure. The legislation solved the state's problems of enforcing laws by creating a lucrative bounty and incentivizing neighbors, friends and family to report one another.

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US and Russia clash over Ukraine

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met Thursday in Stockholm, Sweden, amid growing concern among Western powers that Russia is seeking to destabilize Ukraine.

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