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Supreme Court Rules In Student Loan Debt Case

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Opponents Work To Block Health Bill At State Level

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Can Torture Victims Sue Their Tormentors?

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High Court Loosens Rule On Questioning Suspects

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Supreme Court Examines Limits Of Material Support

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The Supreme Court struck down part of the 2002 McCain-Feingold campaign finance law. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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