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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's courtroom chair is draped in black to mark his death in a tradition that dates to the 19th century. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court To Say Goodbye To One Of Its Own

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The American flag, seen through the columns of the Supreme Court building, blows in the wind on Feb. 13. Jon Elswick/AP hide caption

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On The Docket, In Limbo: Scalia's Death Casts Uncertainty On Key Cases

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An American flag flies at half-staff outside the U.S. Supreme Court after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. The fight to replace him could be historic, resulting in the longest vacancy in history. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Yonta, 6, rests with her sister Montra, 3, and brother Leakhena, 4 months, under a mosquito bed net during monsoon season in July 2010, in Pailin province, Cambodia. Paula Bronstein/Getty Images hide caption

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President Obama said he regrets that the rancor between the parties has grown during his watch. "I guarantee I'll keep trying to be better so long as I hold this office," he said. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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The Keystone XL pipeline was intended to connect to this pumping station in Steele City, Neb. Keystone's parent company is suing the U.S. government because President Obama blocked the project. Nati Harnik/AP hide caption

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President Barack Obama announces steps the administration is taking to reduce gun violence while delivering a statement today in the East Room of the White House. Kevin Lamarque/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Obama's Emotional Plea

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Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush speaks with NPR's Steve Inskeep on Wednesday in Boston. Kayana Szymczak for NPR hide caption

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Jeb Bush Says Voters' Passions For Trump Will Pass

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In a recent interview with NPR, on Dec. 17, President Obama talks about his legacy and the challenges that remain and also gives advice to his successor. Colin Marshall/NPR hide caption

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Watch President Obama Put A Question To The Candidates For His Job

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