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Soccer Superpower

The American justice system could actually bring down mighty FIFA.

Obama Pulled Democrats to the Left. Republicans Have Pulled Their Party Much Further to the Right.

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Blatant Racism in the Courtroom

SCOTUS will review a death penalty case in which prosecutors worked to keep blacks off the jury.

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The Supreme Court Reviews a Case of Blatant Racism by Georgia Prosecutors

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