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High Drama for Obamacare at the High Court

Scalia and Kagan are feisty; Kennedy gives hope to people who care about affordable care.

If Federal Coercion Is Unconstitutional, the U.S. Has Lots of Policies It Needs to Repeal

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“It Was Him”

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s defense attorney admits his guilt in the Boston Marathon bombing—and is just trying to spare his life.

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