Amy Coney Barrett takes oath to join Supreme Court
Amy Coney Barrett is pledging to carry out her duties as a Supreme Court justice "without any fear or favor" toward government or her own beliefs. Barrett spoke after taking the first of two oaths that will allow her to join the high court. (Oct. 26)
Plus, how Maine has kept positivity rates low while many states are experiencing a surge in COVID-19 cases and a look at ABC News Live's special that examines the power of the Latino Vote. The Senate confirms Amy Coney Barrett as an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court. The U.S. Senate has confirmed Amy Coney Barrett as a Supreme Court justice in a partisan 52-48 vote, just days before the presidential election. Sen. Mitch McConnell had sharp words for Democrats moments before the Justice Amy Coney Barrett confirmation vote to the Supreme Court.