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A girl named Ehlena and a dog named Wonder win at U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously sided with a disabled Michigan girl whose school refused to let her bring her service dog to class, making it easier for students like her to seek redress for discrimination in federal court.

Rejecting 'noxious' prejudice, Supreme Court backs death row inmate

The U.S. Supreme Court gave a Texas death row inmate a chance to avoid execution on Wednesday, with Chief Justice John Roberts denouncing the "noxious strain of racial prejudice" that infected the case when a defense witness testified the man was more likely to commit future crimes because he is black.

Here are the major elements of Trump's new immigration policies

With an executive order last month and a pair of Department of Homeland Security memos Tuesday, the Trump administration has significantly hardened the country’s policies regarding illegal immigration.

Seeking answers amid heartbreak at a Jewish cemetery

People came to Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery to see if their loved one’s graves were vandalized. And Jewish leaders pondered the extent of anti-Semitism.

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