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Trump Administration Expected To Issue New Travel Restrictions

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Edith Windsor, Gay Rights Activist And Plaintiff In Landmark Supreme Court Case, Dies

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A demonstrator holds a sign protesting the travel ban in Honolulu in June. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday sued the latest ruling against the Trump administration's order. Caleb Jones/AP hide caption

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Trump Judicial Nominees Keep Mostly Mum In Confirmation Hearings

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The White House is seen reflected in a rainwater puddle on Friday, July 28, 2017 — amid very stormy times in Washington, D.C. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Could Trump Pardon Himself? Probably Not

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The Presidential Pardon Power: What Are Its Limits?

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Judicial nominee John Bush was challenged by senators about his conservative views during a committee hearing but ultimately confirmed by the Senate on Thursday. Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP hide caption

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Supreme Court Allows Grandparents, Relatives To Enter U.S. Despite Travel Ban

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Donald Trump Jr., seen in the Trump Tower lobby in November 2016, met with a Russian lawyer after being promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton in June 2016. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Could Donald Trump Jr. Be Charged With Treason? Short Answer: No

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In this June 1, 2017 file photo Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch is seen during an official group portrait at the Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Justice Neil Gorsuch Votes 100 Percent Of The Time With Most Conservative Colleague

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Supreme Court Ends Term, Ready To Consider Some Divisive Issues

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Supreme Court Wraps Up Term With A Raft Of Opinions

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Supreme Court Reinstates Part Of Trump's Travel Ban, Agrees To Hear Case

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The confluence of the St. Croix, top, and Mississippi Rivers, bottom, is seen from the air on May 31, 2012. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Environmentalists Rejoice: Court Says Land Regulation Doesn't Go 'Too Far'

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