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Then-Federal Election Commissioner Matthew Petersen testifies during a hearing before the Elections Subcommittee of House Committee on House Administration on November 3, 2011, on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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3 Trump Judicial Nominees Withdraw, Raising Some Questions About Vetting

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Judge Alex Kozinski of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has been accused of sexual harassment. An inquiry into the allegations has been transferred to the 2nd Circuit. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Demonstrators gather outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday as the justices heard arguments in a case about a Colorado baker who refused to create a cake for a same-sex wedding, citing moral objection. Sam Gringlas/NPR hide caption

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Supreme Court Seems Split In Case Of Baker Vs. Same-Sex Couple; Eyes Now On Kennedy

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie answers questions about a sports gambling case after Supreme Court arguments on Monday. Emily Kan/NPR hide caption

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Odds Drop On Sports-Betting Ban As Supreme Court Hears New Jersey Case

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Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood, Colo., is one of the bakers who does not want to bake wedding cakes for same-sex couples, saying it violates his religious beliefs. Matthew Staver/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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A Supreme Court Clash Between Artistry And The Rights Of Gay Couples

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New Jersey Takes On Major Professional Sports Leagues In Sports Betting Case

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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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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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