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Supreme Court Considers Limits On Warrantless Cellphone Searches

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The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in two cases over whether law enforcement can search cellphones obtained at an arrest without a warrant. iStockphoto hide caption

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Weighing The Risks Of Warrantless Phone Searches During Arrests

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Justices Troubled By Their Earlier Ruling On Public Employee Speech Rights

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Monday the Supreme Court hears the case concerning what kind of speech is protected for public employees. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How A Public Corruption Scandal Became A Fight Over Free Speech

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Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette speaks to reporters after arguing the case before the U.S. Supreme Court in October. He's with XIV Foundation CEO Jennifer Gratz, who was a plaintiff in a lawsuit against the University of Michigan's affirmative action policy. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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High Court Upholds Michigan's Affirmative Action Ban

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Supreme Court Rules On Race-Based College Admissions

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An economic model is being challenged in the Supreme Court on Tuesday in a battle between broadcast television networks and the startup Aereo Inc. The issues focus on copyright law, but the outcome could alter broadcasting in the U.S. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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High Court To Consider Political Lies, Future Of Broadcasting

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High Court Strikes Down Overall Limits On Political Contributions

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Pillar Of Campaign Finance Limits

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Key Part Of Campaign Finance Law

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