Supreme Court Nominee Gorsuch Faces Third Round Of Senate Questioning

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Jury Reaches Verdict In New England Compounding Pharmacy Trial

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Senators Question Supreme Court Nominee Gorsuch On Day 3 Of Hearings

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U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the unanimous opinion in today's ruling. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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The Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of A Special Education Student

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Sen. Feinstein To Gorsuch: You 'Avoid Specificity Like No One I Have Ever Seen'

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Former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, seen here last June, was paid millions of dollars to advance a pro-Russian agenda, the AP reports. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Trump Campaign Head Manafort Was Paid Millions By A Putin Ally, AP Says

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Former New York Times journalist Judith Miller along with her legal team including Robert Bennett, right, leaves U.S. District Court in Washington in 2007. Miller was jailed for nearly three months after refusing to testify in a CIA leak investigation. Kevin Wolf/AP hide caption

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Gorsuch Stresses Judicial Independence In Second Day Of Hearings

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Trump Adviser On Navigating Gorsuch's Nomination

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Judge Neil Gorsuch listens to senators' opening statements during first day of his Supreme Court confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Hart Senate Office Building on Monday in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Legislation would loosen restrictions on gun suppressors, with proponents saying quieter guns protect shooters' hearing. But opponents say easier-to-get silencers are a risk to the public. Niki Chan Wylie for NPR hide caption

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Debate Over Silencers: Hearing Protection Or Public Safety Threat?

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Senators Grill Supreme Court Nominee Gorsuch On His Judicial Philosophy

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Spectators look down on the Nevada Assembly on the opening day of the legislative session in Carson City, Nev., in February. On Monday, members of the Assembly voted to adopt the Equal Rights Amendment. Lance Iversen/AP hide caption

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Nevada On Cusp Of Ratifying Equal Rights Amendment 35 Years After Deadline

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Republicans Aim To Have Neil Gorsuch Confirmed By Early April

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Sen. Blumenthal Says He Will Oppose Gorsuch If He's Out Of Mainstream

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