Does the Supreme Court's DACA decision give President Trump more power?

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The Supreme Court dealt a blow to President Trump at the end of June by ruling against his effort to block the Obama-era DACA program. But could that decision have actually given him more executive powers moving forward? John Yoo, a law professor at the University of California Berkeley and former legal adviser in the Bush...
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Donald Trump

45th president of the United States
Trump will sign health care-related executive orders to address surprise medical billing and safeguard insurance for people with medical conditions.
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Here's the latest for Thursday September 24th: Trump honors Ginsburg at Supreme Court; Arrest made in shooting of two Louisville police officers; Chinese company..
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President Trump has also been nominated for the prize this year.
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A judge made no ruling at a hearing shadowed by a career official’s claims that Trump aides politicized the prepublication review process.
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WASHINGTON — As President Trump, backed by his army of attorneys, has laid groundwork to undermine an election result that does not cast him as victor,..
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Supreme Court of the United States

Highest court in the United States
President Donald Trump paid his respects at the Supreme Court Thursday morning as Justice Ruth Bader...
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Americans voiced their views about the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman appointed to the high court, as her body lay in repose outside the Supreme..
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein called it 'deeply concerning' if a Supreme Court nominee is confirmed before a new president is inaugurated.
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"If the president signs these bills, which I want and hope he should not sign, and once they become the law, I feel they will be against the federal structure,"..
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Barack Obama

44th president of the United States
WASHINGTON – Nearly 500 generals, admirals and former national security officials from both parties endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday, and..
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We’ve all heard the analysis: If only Black voters had turned out in the same numbers to vote for Hillary Clinton that they did for Barack Obama, we wouldn’t..
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Two Republican-led Senate committees issued a politically charged report Wednesday (US time) alleging that the work Joe Biden's son did in Ukraine constituted a..
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With Covid-19 the newest pre-existing condition, the Obama-era health law that protects Americans from insurance discrimination is more fragile following the..
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The fight in Washington for late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's replacement is just getting started. President Obama may pick a nomination as early as..
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Tanya Rivero

American journalist
TIME has released its list of the year's most influential people. Dan Macsai, the magazine's executive editor and editorial director of TIME100, spoke with..
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Tropical Storm Beta was downgraded to a tropical depression after hitting the Texas coast. Tanya Rivero spoke with CBS News meteorologist and climate change..
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There are new concerns about the safety of firefighters battling wildfires during the COVID-19 pandemic. CBSN's Tanya Rivero spoke with Luke Montrose, an..
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A new article from The New York Times explores the impact coronavirus has had on people who went into the pandemic already suffering from extreme poverty. The..
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