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Poll: Americans Split Over Supreme Court Following Hobby Lobby Ruling

47 percent said that they approve of how the Court is handling its job while 46 percent said that they disapprove.

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WATCH: Hobby Lobby Ruling Draws Demonstrators

Monday’s high-profile ruling on Burwell v. Hobby Lobby drew activists from both sides of the aisle.

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High Court Sides With Hobby Lobby In Contraceptive Case

Alito stressed that the ruling does not apply a sweeping blanket of policy across all businesses.

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Supreme Court To Law Enforcement: ‘Get A Warrant’ To Search Cellphones


“Our answer to the question of what police must do before reaching a cell phone seized incident to an arrest is accordingly simple — get a warrant,” Roberts said.

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Supreme Court Upholds Majority Of EPA Regulatory Authority

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Scalia said that the EPA “is getting almost everything it wanted in this case.”

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Supreme Court: ‘Straw’ Purchases Of Guns Illegal


Bruce Abramski, the plaintiff, contended that the law itself did not apply to him because he was simply transferring the ownership to a family member.

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Supreme Court Declines To Weigh In On Journalist Protections


The high court’s lack of interest to intervene in the case leaves only two options — Risen can either testify and reveal his sources, or he could potentially be thrown in jail for contempt of court for his refusal to testify.

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Supreme Court Upholds Michigan Affirmative Action Ban


In a 6-2 ruling the Supreme Court left in place Michigan’s constitutional amendment banning affirmative action

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NSA Spying Case Won’t Be Heard By Supreme Court

In the process of declining to hear the challenge to the NSA’s spying programs, the case is now sent back to the federal appeals courts for review.

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Supreme Court Passes on Gay Marriage – Free Speech Case


The move leaves in place a New Mexico ruling that photographers may not deny service to same-sex couple for religious reasons.

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LISTEN: The World in Two Minutes – August 29, 2014

The World in 2:00

David Cameron warns of terror risks in the U.K., Malaysia Airlines axes 6,000 jobs, and severe drought from California to Central America.

You Don’t Know What ‘Libertarian’ Means

Don’t ask a libertarian, because most of them don’t know.

UK Raises Terror Threat Level Over ISIS, U.S. Declines

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the FBI are unaware of any specific, credible threat to the U.S. homeland,” Jeh Johnson said.

The Soviet Union Folds, Hurricane Katrina Splashes Down And the Air Force Loses Six Nukes

Here’s what happened today in American political history.

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● Poll: Obama foreign policy isn’t tough enough

● Millipede invasion is blocked at border

● Cable boxes go on a power diet

● Suit targets tuition breaks for illegal aliens

● New profile of the 113th Congress

● Labor official stole union funds