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Opinion: What gun laws can’t stop

Opinion by Latika Bourke (CNN) — When news broke of a stabbing, and mass killing, at a Sydney shopping mall in which a baby was attacked, right-wing commentators overseas were quick to falsely diagnose the motive. “Another day. Another terror attack by another Islamist terrorist. Six dead, others seriously injured, including a baby,” tweeted the British right-wing commentator Julia

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Opinion: The problem with calling on Justice Sonia Sotomayor to resign

Opinion by Raul A. Reyes (CNN) — As Justice Sonia Sotomayor approaches the 15th anniversary of her historic appointment to the Supreme Court, some liberal pundits and lawmakers want her to consider stepping down. They think that Sotomayor’s health, and the possibility that Democrats might lose the presidency and the Senate in November, put the future of the court’s

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Did Donald Trump fall asleep in court? Why the trial is posing challenges for reporters and the public

Analysis by Oliver Darcy, CNN New York (CNN) — Did Donald Trump fall asleep in court? As the first criminal trial of a former American president commenced Monday, The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman delivered a stunning report from the Manhattan courtroom. Trump, she reported, “appeared to nod off a few times,” with his mouth “going slack and his head drooping

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Trump has an unusual request on trial Day 1

CNN Analysis by Zachary B. Wolf, CNN (CNN) — The first ever criminal trial of a former US president got underway in state court in Manhattan on Monday with the difficult task of finding an impartial jury to sit for a trial that could last months. Despite the high stakes of prosecuting the presumptive Republican

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