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The 85-year-old justice, who had a portion of one of her lungs removed after cancer was found, asked the first question in a case.
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The former acting director spoke out about the president on NBC's "Today Show."
Video seeks to draw a contrast between how the U.S. and Iran have behaved in the decades since the Iranian Revolution.
The Vermont senator, 77, enters a very different Democratic primary contest than he faced vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Rosenstein, who oversees special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, said in January he would leave shortly a new attorney general was in place.
Lisa Britt told the State Board of Elections she engaged in fraudulent and illegal activity involving absentee ballots in unresolved race.
"The people of Venezuela are standing for freedom and democracy, and the United States of America are standing right by their side," the president said Monday in Miami.
"Any inference that this was meant to somehow threaten the Judge or disrespect court is categorically false," Stone said in a statement after the photo was taken down.
Kerry Donovan, Jessie Danielson, Faith Winter, Tammy Story, and Brittany Pettersen, co-workers and friends for nearly a decade, recently flipped the state senate from red to blue for the first time in five years.
"The president does have broad authority. But he does not have authority to violate the Constitution," Xavier Becerra said on Monday.
The president tweeted a quote Monday from Fox News guest Dan Bongino alleging "an illegal coup attempt" against him, adding "true!"
Analysis: Courts are likely to consider what the president said — and didn't say — during his hourlong remarks at the White House.
President's Day celebrates iconic presidents, but there was a time when even Washington and Lincoln endured as much partisan rancor as Obama and Trump.
Asahi Shimbun, one of Japan's largest national newspapers, cited multiple government sources as saying the U.S. "informally" asked Japan to nominate Trump.
An NBC News analysis found that 3,510 people who requested absentee ballots in the ninth congressional district never turned them in.
"His statements will certainly become Exhibit 1," Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz told NBC News.
"I don't think we needed a national emergency declaration," Republican Rep. Will Hurd of Texas told CBS News.
"It's always good, and always challenging, to talk to you," Wallace said at the conclusion of the interview.