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Outspoken lawmaker reacts to Supreme Court case.
The Supreme Court ruled that mandatory minimum sentences should be based on facts proven to a jury.
Scalia joins with liberals to write voter registration opinion.
NIH official says the decision makes the field of diagnostics 'much more open.'
The Supreme Court decided to allow law enforcement to compile DNA samples, a scary outcome for individual freedom.
Experts worry the ruling encourages more arrests, and could lead to the use of DNA for identification.
D.C. is one of 54 stops on a nationwide bus tour to rally support for the immigration reform bill.
Reporter Marcia Coyle explains how recent rulings show the justices aren't as polarized as they seem.
Supporters of the law said it would get more popular with time, but that’s not been the case.