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The Caucus: Days Before Same-Sex Marriage Arguments, Line Forms at Supreme Court
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Several dozen people formed a line in front of the Supreme Court over the weekend, hoping for one of the roughly 50 seats reserved for the public to witness arguments in the same-sex marriage case, which begins on Tuesday.

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The Caucus: Obama Withdraws Judicial Nomination After Second G.O.P. Filibuster
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President Obama has withdrawn the nomination of Caitlin J. Halligan, a prominent New York lawyer, to serve on an important federal appeals court in Washington, blaming Republicans for blocking her confirmation twice.

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Kerry Tells Iraq to Help Stop Arms Shipments to Syria
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Secretary of State John Kerry told Iraqi officials that helping to stop the flow of weapons from Iran is a condition for Baghdad’s participating in discussions about Syria’s future.

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Large California city heads to bankruptcy court
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On Monday, the state’s 13th-largest city begins federal court proceedings that could end with it becoming the most populous in the nation to successfully enter Chapter 9 bankruptcy, a move opposed by those who lent the money to keep it flush. 

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Intel committee chairman says 'red line' crossed in Syria, urges US action
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The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Sunday that the Assad regime has “absolutely” crossed the so-called “red line” by moving and using at least a small amount of chemical weapons, pressuring the Obama administration to get more involved in the conflict to prevent further bloodshed. 

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Miss. lawmaker found dead in apparent suicide, reportedly at home of ex-lawmaker
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Upshaw was an attorney who had been a lawmaker since 2004. 

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NRA sues over New York gun control
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The National Rifle Association’s New York state affiliate filed a federal lawsuit Thursday in Buffalo contesting the constitutionality of the SAFE Act, the sweeping gun-control bill Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law in January, the group announced in a press release.

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