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Poll: Most Want SCOTUS To Keep Healthcare Subsidies Intact

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Of those surveyed, 51 percent said they would want Congress to step in and clarify, and allow, the subsidies to continue.

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Analysis: Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Cases

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The Supreme Court heard over two hours of arguments on same-sex marriage split into two questions – must States marry same-sex couples? And must State recognize same-sex marriages from other States?

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Same-Sex Marriage Hits The Supreme Court

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TRNS’ account of the landmark hearings.

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Audio: Defenders And Opponents Spoke With TRNS At The Supreme Court

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard opening arguments in a case that could pave way for full legal marriage recognition for same-sex couples.

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SLIDESHOW: Supreme Court Weighs Same Sex Marriage

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Activists gathered outside of the Supreme Court Tuesday.

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Coming Up Monday at the Supreme Court

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Confederate flag license plates and police procedures for arresting mentally ill people are on the Court’s Monday docket

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Supreme Court Reaffirms Hobby Lobby Decision

The Supreme Court continued to support its Hobby Lobby decision on Monday by throwing out a decision that contradicted its controversial ruling by a lower court.

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SCOTUS To Hear Another Same-Sex Marriage Case

The Supreme Court announced on Thursday that it would be reviewing cases from four states on same-sex marriage on April 28.

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Obamacare Subsidies Argued at the Supreme Court

Chief Justice John Roberts remained mostly silent which will make predicting the outcome of this case nearly impossible

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Senate Dems To Speak Following King V. Burwell Oral Arguments

Senators Chris Murphy (CT) and Al Franken (MN) will join ACA recipients from their respective states in the U.S. Capitol at 2:00 p.m.

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Senate Passes Fast-track Authority, Moves To Resistant House

The bill moves on to the lower chamber where it faces an inevitable battle from House Democrats.

Senate Rejects Currency Provision

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The failed provision is a win for President Obama who issued a veto threat over the entire fast-track bill if the amendment passed

UN: Women Disproportionately Affected by Nepal Earthquake

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Gender discrimination, a lack of maternal health facilities and poor security in temporary camps is making post-earthquake life difficult for Nepali women.

The World in 2:00 – May 22, 2015

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UN data shows women disproportionately affected by the Nepal earthquake and Irish voters are poised to legalize same-sex marriage in a national vote today.

Obama Signs Law Granting Congressional Review Of Iran Deal

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Congress will now be able to reject or approve a nuclear deal reached with Iran which is expected to be announced June 30

Obama Reaffirms Support For Israel, Defends Iran Nuclear Action

“It would be a moral failing on my part if we did not stand up firmly, steadfastly not just on behalf of Israel’s right to exist, but its right to thrive and prosper,” Obama said .