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People vote at a polling station on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in Fort Yates, North Dakota on November 8, 2016. (Reuters / Stephanie Keith).

The decision of the Supreme Court to maintain a sentence that requires voters in North Dakota to present identification and a residence certificate at the time of voting will jeopardize the participation of Native Americans and, eventually, the position of a Democratic senator.

Five things we learned from the Kavanaugh disaster

 10/08/2018 - 12:42
U.S. President Donald J. Trump (R) Announces Federal Appeals Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh (L) as his candidate to replace Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy in the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., on July 9, 2018. EFE/EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS.

After the preliminary vote on Friday, there was little doubt that the presidential nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, would be confirmed during Saturday's vote in the Senate. The Republican victory has left the country exhausted, but the draining process has also revealed to the nation a few important things to keep in mind.

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Cinco cosas que aprendimos del desastre Kavanaugh

 10/08/2018 - 12:25
El presidente de los Estados Unidos, Donald J. Trump (D), anuncia al juez del tribunal de apelaciones federal Brett Kavanaugh (Izq) como su candidato para reemplazar al juez de la Corte Suprema Anthony Kennedy, en la Sala Este de la Casa Blanca en Washington, D.C., el 9 de julio de 2018. EFE/EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS.

Después del voto preliminar del día viernes, quedaban pocas dudas de que el nominado presidencial a la Corte Suprema, el juez Brett Kavanaugh, sería confirmado durante la votación del sábado en el Senado. La victoria republicana ha dejado al país agotado pero con cosas importantes que hay que tener en mente.

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Meet Trump’s candidates for the Supreme Court

 07/05/2018 - 13:37
Amy Coney Barrett, Brett M. Kavanaugh, and Raymond Kethledge are Trump's candidates to replace Judge Anthony M. Kennedy in the Supreme Court of the United States.

After the unexpected announcement of Justice Anthony Kennedy regarding his retirement, President Donald Trump now has the possibility of nominating a second judge to the Supreme Court within just 18 months as president. The options for his replacement have alerted Democrats, who warn of the danger of the nation's highest court being deeply conservative for generations.

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Conozca a los candidatos de Trump para la Corte Suprema

 07/05/2018 - 12:53
Amy Coney Barrett, Brett M. Kavanaugh, y Raymond Kethledge son los candidatos de Trump para reemplazar al juez Anthony M. Kennedy en la Corte Suprema de Justicia de Estados Unidos.

Después del inesperado anuncio del juez Anthony M. Kennedy sobre su retiro, el presidente Trump tiene ahora la posibilidad de nominar un segundo juez a la Corte Suprema en tan sólo 18 meses como mandatario. Las opciones para su reemplazo han puesto en alerta a los Demócratas, quienes advierten el peligro de una Corte profundamente conservadora durante las próximas generaciones.

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Immigration case before SCOTUS: Explosive and fundamental

 04/16/2016 - 13:33
AL DÍA file photo.

No matter which way the Supreme Court decides, immigration has become one of those explosive issues, like civil rights, that has overflowed the bounds of normal politics, and has come to represent a fundamental battle over the nature and future of American society.

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Sabrina Vourvoulias