Nina Totenberg Nina Totenberg is NPR's award-winning legal affairs correspondent.
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Anna Nicole Smith Case Reaches Supreme Court

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Gonzales Faces Sharp Questioning on Eavesdropping

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Senate Panel Holds Hearing on NSA Surveillance

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High Court Nominee Alito Goes to Full Senate

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Oregon Stands Alone on Assisted Suicide

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High Court Backs Oregon's Assisted-Suicide Law

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