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As Trump Sings Ginsburg's Praises, Source Says He's Been 'Salivating' To Replace Her
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Appeals Court Blocks Release Of Police Discipline Records
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Guatemalan Maya Center reacts to ruling that can end humanitarian protections to some immigrants
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R. Kelly denied bail following prison attack
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R. Kelly's New Bail Attempt Denied
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Federal Appeals Court Denies R. Kelly's Latest Appeal
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Court blocks release of Trump's tax returns to DA
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Execution of man convicted of killing Pamela Butler on again for Friday evening
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Don't Want To, Can't Make Me: Trump Begs Court To Stall Tax Return Subpoena
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Appeals court stays ruling on weddings in NY
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Conservative Group Does Not Have Legal Standing To Sue Over Chick-Fil-A Airport Rejection, Court Rules
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Appeals Court Grants Lyft, Uber Reprieve Over Driver Ruling, Averting Shutdown
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Lyft, Uber won’t suspend operations in California after getting reprieve from court
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State Appeals Court Says Massage Parlor Videos Of Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Should Be Suppressed
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Court: Secret videos can't be used in Robert Kraft massage case
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Florida Appeals Court Bars Use Of Secret Recordings Of Robert Kraft At Trial
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Court throws out ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines
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Appeals Court Sides With Transgender Florida Student In Bathroom Battle
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Lee County Commissioner Candidate Sonny Haas addresses use of n-word in an email ahead of Primary election
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Appeals Court Overturns Boston Marathon Bomber's Death Sentence
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Federal appeals court overturns marathon bomber's death sentence
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Walsh: Boston Marathon Bombing Victims 'Confused' By Decision To Overturn Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Death Penalty
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Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's Death Sentence Overturned By Federal Appeals Court
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Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Death Sentenced Overturned
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