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Monterey Park mass shooting and further demands on gun control laws throughout the nation.

Valentina Ortiz Elian, Copy Desk Chief January 31, 2023

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a rise in anti-Asian hate crimes and violence leading the Asian American community to “suffer several high-profile shootings” over the past...

Ketanji Brown Jackson wears a robe.

Ketanji Brown Jackson officially confirmed to Supreme Court

Finley Chapman, Contributing Writer April 12, 2022

Early last week, the U.S. Senate advanced Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s nomination after the Senate Judiciary Committee deadlocked. This decision has ultimately paved the way for Jackson’s confirmation,...

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President Biden plans to appoint a Black woman to SCOTUS

Jenelle Johnson, Contributing Writer February 22, 2022

President Joe Biden is committed to his campaign promise to appoint a Black woman to the United States Supreme Court as a replacement for Justice Stephen G. Breyer, who is retiring at the end of the current...

SCOTUS Hearings Bring Deja Vu

SCOTUS Hearings Bring Deja Vu

Penelope Lane, Contributing Writer September 25, 2018

The confirmation hearings of Brett Kavanaugh are becoming reminiscent of those made 27 years ago for current Supreme Justice Clarence Thomas. Anita Hill is a retired attorney, and currently works as...

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