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Trump's Supreme Court Pick Is A Disciple Of Scalia's 'Originalist' Crusade

Judge Neil Gorsuch was friends with the late justice and subscribed to the judicial philosophy of "originalism" he popularized. So what is it, exactly? The doctrine has plenty of critics.

"We're not expecting a road covered with roses in our bilateral relations, though clearly there's a window of opportunity," Konstantin Kosachyov told a group of academics and former diplomats in Moscow this week. Maxim Zmeyev/Reuters hide caption

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Hopes Are High In Russia For Improved Relations With U.S. 'Pragmatic Partners'

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In Netflix's One Day at a Time, Justina Machado (center) plays a military veteran who is raising her two kids (Marcel Ruiz, left, and Isabella Gomez) without their father. Michael Yarish/Netflix hide caption

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Justina Machado On Her Quinceañera, Rita Moreno's Abs And 'One Day At A Time'

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People protest a planned speech by controversial Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of California, Berkeley, on Wednesday. Elijah Nouvelage/Getty Images hide caption

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Berkeley Students Debate Cancellation Of Milo Yiannopoulos Speech

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Trump's Supreme Court Pick Is A Disciple Of Scalia's 'Originalist' Crusade

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If we care about protecting our personal information and feel uncomfortable giving it away, why do we keep doing it? John Hersey for WNYC hide caption

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Privacy Paradox: What You Can Do About Your Data Right Now

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