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Supreme Court hears challenges to Biden vaccine and testing mandates

The Supreme Court on Friday will take up challenges to President Joe Biden's most aggressive attempts so far to combat the spread of Covid-19 -- vaccine or testing requirements for large businesses and many health care workers -- as the number of infections soar and 40 million adults in the US are still declining to get vaccinated.

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EMERGING MARKETS-Most Latam shares slip, Brazil pension proposal in focus

Most Latin American stocks dipped in lackluster trade on Monday, in line with world stocks, while Brazil's real rose slightly as investors were encouraged that congress will take up a pension overhaul, while Colombia's peso rose as surging oil prices supported the crude exporter. Returning from Easter extended holidays, stocks in Mexico were little changed while Argentina shares tumbled nearly 4 percent, as Wall Street's lower open tacked on to a

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Supreme Court will take up DC sniper case

The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to take up a case concerning Lee Boyd Malvo, who was convicted for his role in the sniper shooting spree that took place in the Washington, DC, area in 2002.

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Analysis: 6 scenarios that could actually end the shutdown

On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will take up President Donald Trump's already-doomed proposal to re-open the government by offering temporary protections for DACA recipients in exchange for money to build his border wall. Then, on Wednesday, Speaker Nancy Pelosi will hold a vote in the House on a continuing resolution that would re-open the government through February 28. It will pass the House and be ignored by the Senate.

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McConnell says Senate will take up criminal justice bill this month

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Tuesday that the Senate this month will take up a contentious bill to overhaul criminal justice issues "at the request of the President and following improvements to the legislation that have been secured by several members."

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