A racially charged case before the Supreme Court could seal the fate of affirmative action.
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After the Supreme Court rules in favor of marriage equality, conservatives voice their concerns.
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Slate's Emily Bazelon argues that allowing unlimited political donations is a recipe for corruption.
Sam Bee defines Catholic ejaculation, and the Supreme Court enjoys gay oral arguments.
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Peniel Joseph shares his book, "Dark Days, Bright Nights: From Black Power to Barack Obama."
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The Supreme Court overturns a key provision of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
Charles Cooper defends traditional marriage, and Anthony Kennedy holds the deciding vote.
A younger Sonia Sotomayor learned the power of dissent by beating up on her brother.
Sonia Sotomayor reveals the deciding vote on all Supreme Court lunch orders.
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Sonia Sotomayor seeks to inspire others with her book, "My Beloved World."
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At his second inauguration, President Obama continues his famous fumble.
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Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor shares her motivations for penning a memoir.
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Abigail Fisher claims that the University of Texas rejected her application because she is white.
Slate editor Emily Bazelon considers the possible outcomes of Fisher vs. University of Texas.
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CNN's Jeffrey Toobin discusses his book, "The Oath: The Obama White House and the Supreme Court."
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Chief Justice John Roberts upholds Obamacare, and Republican leaders tweet their disappointment.
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Slate Magazine editor Emily Bazelon explains the Obamacare tax and John Roberts' rationale.
Four Supreme Court justices liken Obamacare to Congress mandating broccoli consumption.
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