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Ketanji Brown Jackson takes Supreme Court bench

The nation’s first Black woman to serve as a Supreme Court justice, Ketanji Brown Jackson, was sworn into office Thursday, June 30. A formal swearing-in ceremony will be held at a later date. Chief Justice John Roberts administered the constitutional oath, while Justice Stephen Breyer administered the judicial oath, according to The New York Times. […]

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Election-year politics dominate Gold Dome session

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PHOTOS: Biden-Harris voting rights event at CAU

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