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Looking for instant news and in-depth analysis on the Supreme Court’s decision? Here are seven ways you can follow the news and research the issues on Thursday.
As we get down to decision day for the Supreme Court and health care, some truly odd predictions are appearing in the media, and in some well-known publications, too.
As America waits for the Supreme Court’s health care decision on Thursday, there’s growing talk that the law’s mandate for all consumers to buy health insurance may not be the biggest issue in the ruling.
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is a last-second entrant into the health care debate, after reviving her 2009 claims that President Obama’s health care plan will kill senior citizens.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has made more public remarks that have her sounding like a potential running mate for Mitt Romney.
Lyle Denniston looks at claims that the nine Supreme Court justices aren’t making decisions independent of political parties.
The Supreme Court’s split verdict has Republicans and Democrats both claiming victory in the Arizona v. United States case, although the long-term issue is far from settled.
Villanova University’s Lara Brown says the Electoral College could be in play again this November, and explains why it might still be the best system out there for picking a president.
Thursday will be the day when the U.S. Supreme Court finally decides the constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s health care program. Here is a quick guide on what to expect.