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Trump Threatens Census Delay After Supreme Court Leaves Citizenship Question Blocked

Trump's tweets came hours after the Court decided to keep a question about citizenship off the form to be used for the head count.

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Trump Threatens Census Delay After Supreme Court Leaves Citizenship Question Blocked

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In her new stand-up tour, Douglas, Hannah Gadsby confronts her unexpected fame — and a new diagnosis. Jill Greenberg/Courtesy of ID PR hide caption

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Hannah Gadsby: If Political Correctness Can Kill Comedy, It's Already Dead

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People rally in front of the Supreme Court on March 26 as the court hears arguments in redistricting cases. The court ruled that partisan redistricting is a political question, not one that federal courts can weigh in on. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Rules Partisan Gerrymandering Is Beyond The Reach Of Federal Courts

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To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Stonewall riots in New York City, activists rode their motorcycles during the city's 1989 gay-pride parade. The events that took place in June 1969 have been described as the birth of the gay-rights movement, but that's only partially true. Scott McPartland/Getty Images hide caption

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The Activism That Came Before Stonewall And The Movement That Came Out Of It

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Southwest Airlines is among the companies that grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft because of a software failure that caused fatal crashes of Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines planes. The FAA said Wednesday it has found a new flaw in the plane that needs to be fixed. Ralph Freso/Getty Images hide caption

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FAA Finds New Problem With 737 Max Jets, Delaying Their Return To Flight

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