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The military's laws on adultery are a travesty.

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In the next few weeks, the battle for marriage equality faces two crucial hurdles.

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A case about dog-sniffing could have a huge impact on the use of privacy-invading technologies.

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The Obama administration has taken a position that makes the Bush pro-secrecy campaign seem pale in comparison

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The Oklahoma City Thunder broke up their core by trading James Harden to the Houston Rockets. It will turn out well for everyone, including the fans.

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You shouldn't read too much into John Roberts's recent display of jurisprudence.

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The strange theory of twelve constitutions in one.

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On Wednesday the Supreme Court heard arguments in Fisher v. Texas, the most important affirmative action case in a decade. The Court is sharply divided on the question of the permissibility of racial preferences in university admissions, and the questions posed by the justices reinforced the possibility that Fisher will produce a 5-3 decision pitting five conservatives who want to severely restrict if not eliminate affirmative action in higher education against three liberals who want to preserve it. (Justice Elena Kagan is recused because she worked on the case as Solicitor General).

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Yes, the oldest member of the group was released from jail today. But don’t let that fool you.

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The Supreme Court this week took a position at odds with it's Citizens United holding: corporations aren't persons when they aid and abet torture.

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