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Roger Stone has been ordered to appear in court on Thursday following an Instagram post that criticized the judge in his case. The judge may reconsider her gag order or Stone's bail. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Andrew McCabe, then acting FBI director, testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee on May 11, 2017. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Andrew McCabe: FBI Investigations Into Trump 'Were Extraordinary Steps'

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The Air Force is in charge of some military space activities, such as an X-37B experimental robotic space plane, shown here as it was launched by a rocket. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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Trump Pushes Ahead With 'Space Force' Despite Hurdles

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A section of border wall separates Tijuana, Mexico, from San Diego, as seen from the U.S. in January. California has filed a lawsuit along with 15 other states, calling President Trump's use of a national emergency declaration to redirect money toward border wall construction unconstitutional. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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Ginsburg, sketched here with the rest of the Supreme Court last year, worked from home on the cases the court heard in January. On Tuesday, she returned to the bench. Dana Verkouteren/AP hide caption

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Justice Ginsburg Appears Strong In First Appearance At Supreme Court This Year

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Activists join House Democrats on Feb. 1, 2017 on Capitol Hill to denounce President Trump's travel ban. A backlash to Trump's immigration policies came along with a two-decade shift among Democrats, largely unifying around immigration as a civil rights issue. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Democrats Used To Talk About 'Criminal Immigrants,' So What Changed The Party?

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Mark Harris (left) and Dan McCready Chuck Burton/AP hide caption

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Officials Describe 'Coordinated, Unlawful' Scheme In Disputed N.C. Election

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Andrew McCabe talked about his new memoir with NPR's Morning Edition. Amr Alfiky/NPR hide caption

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Andrew McCabe, Ex-FBI Deputy, Describes 'Remarkable' Number Of Trump-Russia Contacts

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., has vowed to launch an investigation into whether officials at the Justice Department and the FBI were plotting a "bureaucratic coup" to oust President Trump. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Maria Butina walks with Alexander Torshin, then a member of the Russian upper house of Parliament, in Moscow in 2012. The Senate Finance Committee is now investigating a think tank linked to both of them. Pavel Ptitsin/AP hide caption

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California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (right) and Gov. Gavin Newsom said California will sue President Trump over his emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Voting results are displayed on a whiteboard just after midnight on Nov. 8, 2016, in Dixville Notch, N.H., the first polling place in the country to vote since 1960. Alice Chice/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'First In The Nation' Voting Site Under Scrutiny For Alleged Election Law Violations

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Andrew McCabe, the former FBI deputy director who was fired in 2018, says that he personally took steps to "safeguard" the bureau's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign, in case his own head would be the next to roll. Amr Alfiky/NPR hide caption

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McCabe's 'The Threat' May Be Darkest Vision Of Trump Presidency Yet

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