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5 Senators Who Will Likely Decide The Next Supreme Court Justice

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Abortion-rights proponents protest outside the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday. The retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy set the stage for a battle over abortion rights unlike any in a generation. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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What Justice Kennedy's Retirement Means For Abortion Rights

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President-elect Trump's acceptance speech was broadcast in Times Square in New York City after his 2016 election. Nearly two years later, the partisan divide grows even wider. Michael Reaves/Getty Images hide caption

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Justice Anthony Kennedy, seen here during congressional testimony in 2015, has played a pivotal role on the Supreme Court since he was sworn in 30 years ago. Pete Marovich/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court upheld President Trump's travel ban. The court's majority ruled the ban is "squarely within the scope of Presidential authority under the INA,'" referring to the Immigration and Nationality Act. Zach Gibson/Getty Images hide caption

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Zainab Chaudry (from left), Zainab Arain and Megan Fair with the Council on American-Islamic Relations stand outside the Supreme Court for a rally against the Trump travel ban before oral arguments. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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In Big Win For White House, Supreme Court Upholds President Trump's Travel Ban

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State Sen. Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa looks at redistricting maps on display in the Texas Senate in 2013 in Austin, Texas. On Monday, the Supreme Court overruled a decision that several of the state's districts had been drawn to minimize minorities' voting power. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Divided Supreme Court Upholds Nearly All Of Texas GOP Redistricting Plan

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that police need a warrant to obtain cellphone location information routinely collected by wireless providers. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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In Major Privacy Win, Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant To Track Your Cellphone

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Home goods seller Wayfair and other e-commerce companies had attempted to challenge a South Dakota law that levies taxes on purchases made through certain online retailers. Jenny Kane/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Ruling Means Some Online Purchases Will Cost More

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Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cake, is hugged by a supporter after a rally on the campus of a Christian college in November. David Zalubowski/AP hide caption

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In Narrow Opinion, Supreme Court Rules For Baker In Gay-Rights Case

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