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Wisconsin voter-ID law stands as U.S. high court ...
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for Wisconsin to implement a voter-identification law that opponents say is one of the strictest in the nation. Rejecting an appeal by civil rights...
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GOP Sen. John Cornyn says racial tensions are mer...
The No. 2 Republican in the Senate, John Cornyn of Texas, assured journalist Meredith Shiner in an interview that no one should doubt the GOP's 'commitment' to healing racial divisions even as he said...
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John Cornyn: Obama ‘does not speak for the U.S. g...
Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn of Texas on Tuesday said President Barack Obama “does not speak for the U.S. government exclusively” in international negotiations and defended the controversial open...
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Antonin Scalia Fast Facts
... -- Here's a look at the life of Antonin Scalia, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Personal: Birth date: March 11, 1936 Birth place: Trenton, New Jersey Birth name: Antonin Gregory...
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Reading the Supreme Court Tea Leaves on Obamacare
The case came about when some Virginians who receive subsidies to buy health insurance on healthcare.gov sued the government, saying they shouldn’t be getting the subsidies. They say they’re hurt by...
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Affidavit: Slain Stevens H.S football star had gu...
An affidavit sheds light on what happened when a drug deal ended with the death of one
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High School football player and another injured Feb. 16 on the West Side. Responding officers...
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Nuns and Nuclear Security
The Plowshares movement was inspired by Dorothy Day, a Greenwich Village bohemian who converted to Catholicism and urged resistance to all wars. In the Vietnam era, Philip Berrigan led actions to...
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