Nina Totenberg Nina Totenberg is NPR's award-winning legal affairs correspondent.
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Court Examines Law to Curb Child Porn on Internet

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Supreme Court Considers Range of Child Porn Law

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Mukasey Withholds Opinion on Waterboarding

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Court Considers Investors' Rights in Stock Fraud

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Justices to Review Cases on Sentencing Limits

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Justice Clarence Thomas' Memoir Unveils Bitterness

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Clarence Thomas Book Portrays a Tortured Soul

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