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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg On Protecting An Independent Judiciary

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sits for a portrait in the Lawyer's Lounge at the Supreme Court of the United States. Shuran Huang / NPR hide caption

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Justice Ginsburg: 'I Am Very Much Alive'

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Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens Lies In Repose

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Eugene Scalia (left) talks with Missouri Sen. Kit Bond before Scalia's confirmation hearing to be solicitor of the Labor Department in 2001. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call/Getty Images hide caption

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John Paul Stevens, Retired Supreme Court Justice, Dies At 99

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Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, then 91, works in his office at the Supreme Court on Sept. 28, 2011. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Retired Justice John Paul Stevens, A Maverick On The Bench, Dies At 99

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Justice Clarence Thomas, the longest-serving member of the current Supreme Court, has views that perhaps can be described only as unique. Some court watchers, however, use other terms: idiosyncratic, eccentric, provocative, thoughtful and, yes, wacky. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Justice Clarence Thomas Will Enter His 29th Term In The Fall

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Chief Justice John Roberts is positioning the Supreme Court in a way that has both conservatives and liberals complaining and wondering what exactly Roberts is trying to do. Jabin Botsford/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fear And Loathing At The Supreme Court — What Is Chief Justice John Roberts Up To?

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Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan took on more of the consequential writings for the court's liberals this past term. Above, Kagan testifies on Capitol Hill about the court's budget. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Chief Justice John Roberts Becomes Supreme Court's Swingman

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