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    McConnell announces support for Electoral Count Act reform

    02:29
  • Garland announces millions of fake pills seized during fentanyl crackdown

    02:14
  • Doug Mastriano said women who violate proposed abortion ban should face murder charges in 2019

    02:45
  • Indiana lawyer seeks to block Biden's student debt forgiveness program

    02:26
  • Jan. 6 committee likely to postpone hearing scheduled for tomorrow

    03:52
  • Putin grants Russian citizenship to Edward Snowden

    02:35
  • Gaetz unlikely to be charged in sex crimes probe

    02:02
  • Trump attorney Sidney Powell expected to testify in Georgia grand jury investigation

    02:29
  • Capitol Police Officer Goodman testifies in Jan. 6 trial for QAnon believer

    01:53
  • Special master questions Trump lawyers over which seized documents were declassified

    02:30
  • House to vote on bipartisan elections bill to prevent another Jan. 6

    03:30
  • Earthquake rocks Mexico's west coast

    02:12
  • Biden aides quietly laying groundwork for possible 2024 campaign

    03:49
  • Biden moves to reshape courts with diverse judicial nominations

    02:57
  • Senate pushes same-sex marriage vote after midterms

    02:11
  • Jan. 6 rioter who wore 'Camp Auschwitz' sweatshirt sentenced to prison

    02:09
  • Judge hands down guilty verdicts to two Jan. 6 defendants

    02:31
  • Georgia resident says county was 'unprepared' for major flooding 

    04:59
  • Jan. 6 committee requesting testimony from Newt Gingrich

    02:36
  • John Eastman pleads the Fifth in appearance before Georgia grand jury

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Supreme Court declines to hear transgender bathroom case

03:22

The Supreme Court declined to hear a case about whether schools should allow transgender students to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity. The case concerned Gavin Grimm, a transgender boy from Virginia, who sued his school for not allowing him to use the boys' restroom in 2015 and won both of his lower court appeals. His victory will now remain intact.