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John Marshall Harlan, who was named for Chief Justice John Marshall, served on the Supreme Court from 1877 until his death in 1911. Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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How A Supreme Court Justice In The 1800s Made History Through Dissent

A new book explores the life of Justice John Marshall Harlan, who wrote the dissenting opinion in the Supreme Court case that upheld the principle of racial segregation.

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Pride flags decorate the Stonewall National Monument at Christopher Park in front of the Stonewall Inn. Many Pride events this year are more subdued due to pandemic precautions. Roy Rochlin/Getty Images hide caption

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As Reopening Continues, Pride Celebrations Return Cautiously

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Downfall Soular Order

Former President Donald Trump hit many of the touchstones of his culture war, grievance-based politics at the North Carolina Republican Convention Saturday in Greenville, N.C. Chris Seward/AP hide caption

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Trump Returns To Campaign Trail With Election Lies And Dark Warnings

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In the Treetops Mammal Hands

John Marshall Harlan, who was named for Chief Justice John Marshall, served on the Supreme Court from 1877 until his death in 1911. Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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The Supreme Court Justice Who Made History By Voting No on Racial Segregation

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Vice President Harris has met virtually with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, but on Tuesday, they will meet in person in Mexico City to discuss immigration issues. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's What Harris Will Do On Her 1st VP Trip To Guatemala And Mexico

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People walk by a mural of George Floyd, whose murder by police in Minneapolis helped ignite worldwide support for the Black Lives Matter movement, in Gaza City, Gaza Strip, in June 2020. Majdi Fathi/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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The Complicated History Behind BLM's Solidarity With The Pro-Palestinian Movement

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Midnight Glow Sinitus Tempo
Cyber Eyes Sinitus Tempo
Dawn The Cinematic Orchestra
Odessa (Interlude I) The Cinematic Orchestra
Axis Joan Jeanrenaud
When the Body Arms and Sleepers
Which Ways (Instrumental) Arms and Sleepers

Chef Lindsay Kucera prepares for dinner service at Jack Sprat, a small restaurant in the Alaska ski resort town of Girdwood. About one-third of the staff left during the pandemic. Emily Schwing hide caption

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A Remote Resort Town Struggles To Find Restaurant Workers For The Summer Season

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If What I Think Is Happening Is Happening, It Better Not Be Wess Meets West
Leaving Behind a Whaling Economy Wess Meets West
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The solar system's largest moon, Ganymede, is pictured with Jupiter in a photo by NASA's Cassini spacecraft on Dec. 3, 2000. NASA's Juno mission got close to Ganymede on Monday. NASA/Getty Images hide caption

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NASA Spacecraft Made A Flyby Visit To The Largest Moon In The Solar System

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