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The Supreme Court rules suspects must explicitly say they want to remain silent in order to invoke Miranda protections. Alabama Democrats could nominate

Jul 31, 2020
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The Supreme Court rules suspects must explicitly say they want to remain silent in order to invoke Miranda protections.
Alabama Democrats could nominate their first black gubernatorial candidatein today’s primary election.
Elizabeth Edwards does not want her estranged husbandto raise their children if she dies from cancer.
Bob McDonnell says he pulled out of Race to the Topbecause it creates “too many burdens and mandates on the states.”
The race for the Republicans’ Michigan gubernatorial nominationremains tight in a new poll.
Mark Kirk admits to having “misidentified”a military award in his official biography.
Tighter travel rules decreasedthe number of congressional delegation trips over the Memorial Day recess.
BP’s failure to stop the Gulf Coast oil spill has prompted questionsabout the company’s survival.
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