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Supreme Court Hears Case On Cellphone Location Information

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Supreme Court Considers Cellphones And Digital Privacy

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The U.S. Supreme Court confronts the digital age again on Wednesday. At issue is whether police have to get a search warrant in order to obtain cellphone location information that is routinely collected and stored by wireless providers. Georgijevic/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Case That Could Overturn Major Patent Reform

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Gianandrea Noseda recently began his debut season conducting the National Symphony Orchestra. Scott Suchman/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Celebrating 100 Years Of Bernstein With Gianandrea Noseda

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Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort (right) leaves federal court after pleading not guilty following his indictment on federal charges Monday. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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As Mueller Picks Up Pace, Capital Roils With Talk Of Pardons And Firing

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Harvard At 200: Justices Look Back On Their Law School Days — And Beyond

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Supreme Court Case Asks: How Much Do Partygoers Need To Know About The Party House?

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Demonstrators protest outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday as the court hears arguments about partisan gerrymandering. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Partisan Gerrymandering: How Much Is Too Much?

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Supreme Court To Weigh In On Extreme Partisan Gerrymandering

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The Supreme Court, pictured in June, opened its new term on Monday. The justices heard arguments in a case about nonunion employees' right to take action against alleged illegality by their employer. Eric Thayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Set To Consider Slate Of Divisive Issues In New Session

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Maureen Scalia holds one of her favorite photos of her and her husband, the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, in their home in Virginia. Jennifer Kerrigan/NPR hide caption

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Antonin Scalia's Less Well-Known Legacy: His Speeches

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