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UPDATED: Judicial compensation meetings this week

Money, cash

The Missouri Citizens’ Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials will hold four public hearings throughout the state this week, the Office of Administration announced today.

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Trump faces tough road in getting Supreme Court to intervene

Facing the potential for narrow losses in multiple battlegrounds, President Donald Trump might have a tough time persuading the Supreme Court to take up his call to intervene and prevent Joe Biden from becoming president.

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Unemployment drops to 6.9% and U.S. adds a solid 638,000 jobs

The U.S. job market showed a surprising burst of strength in October, with employers adding 638,000 jobs and the unemployment rate tumbling to 6.9%. Still, the pace of hiring isn’t robust enough to rapidly soak up the millions of Americans who were thrown out of work by the pandemic recession.

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Trump predicts ‘lot of litigation’ in fight to keep his job

Facing the potential for narrow losses in multiple battlegrounds, President Donald Trump might have to persuade the Supreme Court to set aside votes in two or more states to prevent Joe Biden from becoming president.

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Public health may be U.S. election loser as coronavirus surges

Regardless of the presidential election outcome, a vexing issue remains to be decided: Will the U.S. be able to tame a perilous pandemic that is surging as holidays, winter and other challenges approach?

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U.S. judge blocks Trump immigration rule on public benefits

A federal judge in Chicago struck down a key immigration rule Monday that would deny green cards to immigrants who use food stamps or other public benefits, a blow to the Trump administration on the eve of the election.

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Fearing election unrest, U.S. businesses are getting ready

In some major cities across the U.S., business owners have begun to board up their windows and shops, fearing that Tuesday’s election could lead to the sort of unrest that broke out earlier this year.

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