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Currently, polling places are largely a politics-free zone, but the Supreme Court heard arguments that could change that. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Polling Place Battleground: Freedom Of Speech Versus Freedom From Intimidation

Polling places are a politics-free zone. Could that change with a Supreme Court case out of Minnesota? The court is hearing arguments in a key case on this Wednesday.

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Should Polling Places Remain Politics-Free? Justices Incredulous At Both Sides

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Adm. Michael Rogers, chief of the U.S. Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency, testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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NSA Chief: U.S. Response 'Hasn't Changed The Calculus' Of Russian Interference

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Former Democratic Sen. Fred Harris of Oklahoma, seen in August 2017, holds a copy of The Kerner Report, as he discusses its 50th anniversary. Harris is the last surviving member of the Kerner Commission. Russell Contreras/AP hide caption

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Report Updates Landmark 1968 Racism Study, Finds More Poverty And Segregation

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U.S. men's curling team member John Shuster is welcomed and cheered on by hundreds of curling fans under a canopy of curling brooms during a public recognition program for Twin Ports Olympians in Duluth, Minn., on Tuesday. Derek Montgomery for MPR News hide caption

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Sweet Redemption As Men's Curling Team Brings Olympic Gold Home To Duluth

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A statement from Dick's Sporting Goods said, "We have to help solve the problem that's in front of us. Gun violence is an epidemic." Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Walmart Joins Dick's Sporting Goods In Tighter Limits On Gun Sales

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