Watch live: Senate confirmation vote for US Supreme Court Nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett


Conservative judge Amy Coney Barrett is set to be confirmed by the Senate to replace the late progressive icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg today, just over one week before the country goes to the polls on November 3. FOLLOW THIS STORY AT NEWS.COM.AU: Original Author: Produced by and published on 27/10/2020

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People Laughed at this House, Until They Looked Inside…


They say never judge a book by its cover and the same goes for houses. While some home owners go for flashy opulence and community living, others prefer the secluded, hidden and private life in their fortress of solitude. Hidden in plain sight behind small unassuming front doors, there are>>>

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Riots Erupt After 1927 Verdict Against Italian Immigrants ⚖️ America in Color | Smithsonian Channel


On August 23, 1927, a federal judge sentenced two Italian immigrants, Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, to the electric chair. The decision would spark protests and riots all over the world. #AmericaInColor #CrimesoftheCentury #SmithsonianChannel From the Series: America in Color: Crimes of the Century Subscribe to The Smithsonian Channel:>>>

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‘I’m Committed To The Rule Of Law’: Barrett Discusses Decision To Accept Nomination | NBC News


Judge Amy Coney Barrett discussed the decision to accept the nomination to the Supreme Court. "I’m committed to the rule of law," she said and asserted "I should serve my country." » Subscribe to NBC News: » Watch more NBC video: NBC News Digital is a collection of>>>

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My Son’s Death Cannot Be In Vain: Esther Salas Pleads For More Protections For Judges | NBC News NOW


U.S. District Judge Esther Salas recorded remarks to honor the memory of her son, Daniel, provide a brief update on the condition of her husband, Mark, and address why the lack of privacy afforded to federal judges is an issue that cannot be ignored any longer. » Subscribe to NBC>>>

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Federal judge says Mississippi church can hold drive-in services


Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch explains the lawsuit against China. A federal judge in Mississippi ruled Friday that the First Pentecostal Church of Holly Springs can stay open for drive-in services after police issued the pastor a citation for holding Easter services amid the coronavirus outbreak. U.S. District Judge Michael P. Mills issued the order after>>>

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Philly DA Wrote Letter to Judge Trying To Get Criminal Alien Released from ICE


Readers by now have to be familiar with the fight over “sanctuary” jurisdictions. These are cities, counties or even states that declare they will not cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement when it comes to deporting illegal aliens who have committed crimes. They will refuse to honor requests from>>>

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Do Not Judge Life by a Single Bad Season


Do Not Judge Life by a Single Bad Season Imagine driving on a long and empty road. You have everything under control. Your car rockets away at a sharp speed. You feel as if nothing can ever go wrong here. Suddenly, your tire bumps into the protruded edge of a speed-breaker>>>

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