KNX In Depth: What kind of SCOTUS Justice might Amy Coney Barrett be? -- The Trump-Fauci odd couple bromance comes to an end -- The long, slow, complicated path toward a COVID vaccine

KNX In Depth: What kind of SCOTUS Justice might Amy Coney Ba...

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Amy Coney Barrett has proved to be extremely adept at handling U.S. Senators during her Supreme Court nomination hearings, but she's given glimpses of what kind of Justice she might be: in a nutshell, as expected, a conservative one. We'll go in depth ... because she will very like be seated on the Supreme Court. They had a good run, Donald Trump and Anthony Fauci, but the odd couple relationship appears to be coming to an end. After the Trump campaign used Dr. Fauci out of context in an ad, Fauci expressed his disappointment..........and today he got the Twitter attack treatment from the president. Criminal jury trials restarted this month in L.A.'s superior court, so we pose this question: if you were called to serve as a juror on a criminal trial, would you go?   It's been a disheartening day for the development of both coronavirus treatments and vaccines, speed-bumps? Or bad news? And then .... once a successful vaccine candidate emerges, there is still a LONG way to go before a COVID vaccine becomes a part of our lives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Amy Coney Barrett has proved to be extremely adept at handling U.S. Senators during her Supreme Court nomination hearings, but she's given glimpses of what kind of Justice she might be: in a nutshell, as expected, a conservative one. We'll go in depth ... because she will very like be seated on the Supreme Court. They had a good run, Donald Trump and Anthony Fauci, but the odd couple relationship appears to be coming to an end. After the Trump campaign used Dr. Fauci out of context in an ad, Fauci expressed his disappointment..........and today he got the Twitter attack treatment from the president. Criminal jury trials restarted this month in L.A.'s superior court, so we pose this question: if you were called to serve as a juror on a criminal trial, would you go?   It's been a disheartening day for the development of both coronavirus treatments and vaccines, speed-bumps? Or bad news? And then .... once a successful vaccine candidate emerges, there is still a LONG way to go before a COVID vaccine becomes a part of our lives. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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