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President Trump intends to announce his Supreme Court pick Thursday | KHON22017-02-01 13:16:21
President Trump intends to announce his Supreme Court pick Thursday By MARK SHERMAN and VIVIAN SALAMA, Associated Press Published: January 29, 2017, 10:02 am Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) The leading contenders for the Supreme Court pick, who have met with President Donald Trump, are, from left, William Pryor, Neil Gorsuch and Thomas Hardiman (AP Photos/File)
Arsenal Trump could announce Supreme Court nominee as early as Jan. 302017-02-01 13:16:22
President Trump could announce Supreme Court nominee as early as Jan. 30 Trump could announce Supreme Court nominee as early as Jan. 30 Judge Thomas Hardiman. (Cliff Owen/AP)
The President has reportedly narrowed down his list of nominees to Neil Gorsuch (left) and Thomas Hardiman (right). NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Sunday, January 29, 2017, 4:38 PM
President Trump could announce his Supreme Court...
Arsenal Mike Pence To Anti-Abortion Crowd: Trump's Supreme Court Pick Will Be In The Mold Of Antonin Scalia2017-02-01 13:16:23
WASHINGTON ― Vice President Mike Pence told a gathering of anti-abortion protesters Friday that they can expect President Donald Trump to name a Supreme Court nominee next week ― and that it will be someone with a strong conservative record.
“President Donald Trump will announce a Supreme Court nominee who will uphold the God-given liberties enshrined in our Constitution in the tradition...
Education A conservative jurist for the Supreme Court2017-02-01 13:16:25
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According to recent reports, President Trump is poised to deliver on perhaps his single most important campaign promise. Millions of American voters put away whatever lingering concerns they might have had and decided they would vote for the Republican candidate based on his announcement that if elected, he would nominate a Supreme Court Justice in the mold of the late...
Arsenal Google honors sculptor Edmonia Lewis with new Doodle2017-02-01 13:16:27
Feb. 1 (UPI) -- Google is celebrating the life and career of notable African American and Native American sculptor Edmonia Lewis with a new Doodle.
Google's homepage features artwork depicting Edmonia hard at work on her most famous piece, The Death of Cleopatra which is on display at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. The Google logo is colored vibrantly as a homage to her...