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WH Blasts Five-Year Anniversary Of Citizens United

President Obama warned that “dark money floods our airwaves with more and more political ads that pull our politics into the gutter.”

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Tuesday at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court, Washington, D.C. (Photo by James Cullum)

Medicaid reimbursement rates and campaign contribution solicitations in judicial elections are on the Supreme Court’s docket

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SCOTUS To Rule On Marriage Equality Issue

The Supreme Court’s decision could pave way for full legal recognition of same-sex marriage in all 50 states

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At the Supreme Court Tuesday

The Supreme Court building, Washington, D.C. (Photo by James Cullum)

The Supreme Court will take the bench on Tuesday morning at 10 am to hear oral arguments in two cases. Attorneys in Mach Mining v. EEOC (13-1019) will start the day, presenting their positions in a case involving when courts can step in after an EEOC informal mediation. In 2008, the EEOC received a complaint […]

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Supreme Court Punts On Same-Sex Marriage Cases

Photo/Nicholas Salazar TRNS

Cases from Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee all remain on hold as well as the Supreme Court has declined to take action either way on the cases.

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Monday at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court building, Washington, D.C. (Photo by James Cullum)

The Supreme Court begins its January session on Monday and will hear arguments in two cases

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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

The Supreme Court, Washington, D.C. (Photo by James Cullum)

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

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New Documentary Focuses On Soviet Hockey Team’s Heyday

TRNS interviews filmmaker Gabe Polsky.

Pentagon In “No Rush” To Retake Mosul

“We aren’t there yet,” Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby told reporters on Friday.

Interview With Elana Simon At The White House

Elena Simon introduced President Obama Friday where he laid out a new healthcare initiative known as Precision Medicine

Obama Precision Medicine Initiative Seeks $215 Million

Precision medicine is the science of discovering medicines that target the underlying cause of disease rather than the symptoms.

Pentagon Holds Out On Blaming Taliban For Kabul Airport Attack

Two U.S. contractors were killed and a third was injured in the Friday attack at Kabul International Airport.

U.S. Military To Be On-Hand At Superbowl

Find out what they’ll be doing here.