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Supreme Court Considers Whether Patent Judges Were Properly Appointed

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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday took a hard look at whether more than 250 administrative judges who hear patent disputes, some of them...
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Trump’s Lawyers Deny He Incited Capitol Mob, Saying It’s Democrats Who Spur Violence

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Former President Donald J. Trump’s legal team mounted a combative defense on Friday focused more on assailing Democrats for “hypocrisy” and “hatred” than justifying Mr....
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House Managers Rest Their Case Against Trump, but Most Republicans Are Not Swayed

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With Republican positions hardening and President Biden’s agenda slowed by the proceedings, Democratic senators began signaling that they had seen enough, too, and members of...
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House Lays Out Case Against Trump, Branding Him the ‘Inciter in Chief’

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“With his back against the wall, when all else has failed, he turns back to his supporters — who he’d already spent months telling that...
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Senate Agrees Trial Is Constitutional, as Trump Consolidates Votes for an Acquittal

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WASHINGTON — A divided Senate voted on Tuesday to proceed with Donald J. Trump’s second impeachment trial, narrowly rejecting constitutional objections after House prosecutors opened...
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Trump Impeachment Team Denies Incitement in Legal Brief

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WASHINGTON — Donald J. Trump’s lawyers laid out their first extended impeachment defense on Monday, arguing that holding him responsible for the deadly Jan. 6...
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Reporter Prepares to Cover His Second Impeachment Trial

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Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together. On Tuesday, the nation will...