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Democratic presidential contender Sen. Elizabeth Warren refused to take a lucrative legal job in 2006 after a consumer advocacy group raised concerns about the work, earning the fury of an attorney who had sought to hire her, court documents show.

The Supreme Court is set to hear its first major Second Amendment case in nearly a decade on Monday.

President Donald Trump won a temporary victory at the Supreme Court this week, when a majority of the justices voted to temporarily halt a subpoena for his financial records issued by Congress.

The 10 leading Democratic presidential contenders took to the debate stage on Wednesday in Atlanta after a momentous day of impeachment testimony in Washington.

The Supreme Court hears arguments in a set of blockbuster cases over whether President Donald Trump may terminate an Obama-era immigration program that shields young immigrants from deportation.

The Supreme Court seemed skeptical of the Trump administration’s interpretation of the Clean Water Act during oral arguments in a major environmental law case argued on Wednesday.

Elizabeth Warren called for a doubling of her proposed billionaire wealth tax as part of a new “Medicare for All” proposal, from 3% to 6% on wealth over 10 figures.

President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he is lifting U.S. sanctions on Turkey imposed after the country invaded northern Syria earlier this month, calling the country’s temporary cease-fire in the area “permanent.”

Bill Gates, the billionaire founder of Microsoft, confirmed to The Wall Street Journal that he had meetings with convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein because the enigmatic financier had connections to wealthy people.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., unveiled a proposal to guarantee universal high-speed internet access on Wednesday as part of a new plan to invest in rural communities.

Former Vice President Joe Biden faced heavy scrutiny during night two of the second Democratic debate in Detroit, but he wasn’t the only top candidate to come under fire. Sen. Kamala Harris, who shot up in the polls after the first debate, also faced withering attacks from her rivals.

Here are the top moments from Wednesday’s debate.

Sen. Kamala Harris released a health care plan on Monday that will transition every American into her version of a “Medicare for All” system within 10 years.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg opposes proposals floated by Democratic presidential candidates to increase the number of justices on the top court, saying any such plan would make the court look partisan.

Democratic presidential contender Sen. Elizabeth Warren warned on Monday that the next financial crisis is on its way.

Incoming acting Labor Secretary Patrick Pizzella will take the helm of the department following the resignation Friday of Alex Acosta, who faced scrutiny over his role in prosecuting alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein more than a decade ago.