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Supreme Court Debates Constitutionality of Amtrak’s Rule Making

The case, Department of Transportation v. Association of American Railroads, asks if Amtrak is a public or private entity.

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Supreme Court Weighs Challenge To Colorado Sales Tax Law

The high court heard opening arguments in the case Direct Marking Association v. Brohl.

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Pregnancy And The Supreme Court

Given the growing number of working mothers in the U.S. and clear Congressional intent to prevent workplace discrimination against pregnant women, this case has garnered much national attention.

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Coming Up Wednesday at the Supreme Court

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The rights of pregnant workers will be debated before the high court on Wednesday

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Supreme Court Debates Meaning Of “Accompany”

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During the case, attorneys for both Whitfield and the United States argued about what it meant to accompany someone and whether or not the 4-5 ft. that the two moved constituted “accompanying.”

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After 18 Years, Trademark Case Goes To Supreme Court

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The high court heard the case B&B Hardware, INC. v. Hargis Industries INC.

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At the Supreme Court Tuesday

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The Court will hear a trademark dispute and a bank robbery case on Tuesday morning

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Supreme Court Weighs Free Speech and Internet Threats

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The Supreme Court faces the question – Under what circumstances do Facebook posts cross the line of Free Speech and become criminal threats?

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Supreme Court Takes On Free Speech And Social Media

In Elonis v. United States, it comes down to the context and Elonis’ state of mind to determine whether violent comments online are “true threats.”

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At the Supreme Court on Monday

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The Supreme Court will hear two cases on Monday – one that involves prosecuting people for threatening Facebook posts

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LISTEN: The Weekend Ahead – December 20-22, 2014

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New E.U. sanctions against Crimea go into effect, Liberia holds elections and President Obama hits the Sunday morning talk show circuit.

LISTEN: The World in 2:00 – December 19, 2014

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President Obama disagrees with Sony’s decision to scrap release of “The Interview,” and Ban Ki-moon surveys Ebola-affected West Africa.

Obama: Benefits Of Keystone Would Be Minimal

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“There is very little impact, nominal impact, on U.S. gas prices, what the average American consumer cares about,” Obama said.

Pentagon: Hagel Briefed Friday On Army’s Report On Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl

Bergdahl, who was held in Afghanistan for five years as prisoner of a pro-Taliban group, was released in a prisoner exchange with five Taliban commanders previously held at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility in May.

Obama: Sony ‘Made A Mistake’ In Pulling Controversial Film

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“We cannot have a society in which some dictator some place can impose censorship here in the United States,” Obama said.

Interview: The Holiday Season And Donating To The Wounded Warrior Project

Wounded Warrior Project CEO Steve Nardizzi is interviewed by TRNS.