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Supreme Court To Hear Case Against Obamacare In 2015

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In 2009, Nicholas Heien and a friend were traveling down a North Carolina highway when they were pulled over for having a broken tail light. A subsequent search of the car found a plastic bag containing cocaine. iStockPhoto hide caption

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Supreme Court Upholds North Carolina Traffic Stop

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The court's ruling came Tuesday in a case involving Amazon warehouses and a temp agency, Integrity Staffing Solutions Inc. Hourly workers were required to wait in line for an average of 25 minutes after they clocked out. Ross Franklin/AP hide caption

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Supporters of Peggy Young attend a rally outside the Supreme Court Wednesday. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Pregnancy Discrimination Act In The Spotlight At Supreme Court

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When Peggy Young, a UPS truck driver, told the company she was pregnant, she lost her job. The Supreme Court will hear her case Wednesday, putting pregnancy discrimination in the national spotlight. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Did UPS Discriminate Against A Pregnant Worker By Letting Her Go?

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John P. Elwood, attorney for Anthony D. Elonis, speaks to reporters outside the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on Monday. Elonis says he was just kidding when he posted a series of graphically violent rap lyrics on Facebook about killing his estranged wife, shooting up a kindergarten class and attacking an FBI agent. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Justices Struggle To Find Line Between Threats, Free Speech Online

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At his trial, Elonis argued that he was only exercising his First Amendment free speech rights, which he also says he wrote on his Facebook page. iStockphoto hide caption

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Is A Threat Posted On Facebook Really A Threat?

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Justice Ginsburg Expected Back On The Bench Soon After Surgery

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State Reps. Barry Moore, Joe Hubbard, Rod Scott and Merika Coleman study a map of the proposed redistricting plan in May 2012 following a meeting of the Legislative Committee on Reapportionment at the Alabama Statehouse in Montgomery, Ala. Dave Martin/AP hide caption

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At The Supreme Court, Tracing A Fine Line Between Politics And Race

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The question before the Supreme Court Wednesday is: Did Alabama's Republican-dominated Legislature rely predominantly on race or on partisanship when it was redrawing its districts? Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Case Seeks Source Of Alabama Gerrymandering

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A counselor for the health care law speaks with taxi driver David Bilewu, a 39-year-old Nigerian immigrant in Chicago. Illinois set up its exchange through a federal partnership. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear New Health Law Challenge

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Federal Appeals Court Upholds State Gay Marriage Bans

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