President Trump is nearing the end of his 1st year in office. The subsequent few weeks could be essential to his presidency.
We also look at how a string of armed robberies in Michigan and Ohio has led to what could be the most critical case on electronic privacy to go prior to the Supreme Court.
On today’s episode:
• Maggie Haberman, a White Home correspondent for The Occasions.
• Adam Liptak, who covers the Supreme Court.
• A Supreme Court case involving cellphone records could determine how digital information fits below Fourth Amendment protections.
• The court’s new term is studded with main circumstances that are probably to provoke sharp conflicts.
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Published at Mon, 27 Nov 2017 10:43:15 +0000