Conservative justices sharply question same-sex argument

The recognition of such a constitutional right would mark the culmination of an unprecedented upheaval in public opinion about gay rights and a dramatic change in the nation’s jurisprudence.

Scalia: Reluctant to establish right ‘unpalatable’ to faithful

LIVE UPDATES | Follow the arguments from inside the courtroom.

Crowds gather outside the Supreme Court. (Allison Shelley for The Post)

    A National Guard vehicle drives through Baltimore. (Matt Rourke/AP)

    • A National Guard vehicle drives through Baltimore.
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    • Jerald Miller helps clean up debris.
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    • Police guard a CVS Pharmacy overnight.
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    • A burned van near Pennsylvania Ave.
    • (Michael S. Williamson/Post)
    • Firefighters work to put out a fire.
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    • People stand on a police car.
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    • Officers push people back.
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    • Youths throw rocks at police.
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      Did Baltimore’s mayor wait too long to speak up?

      Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said she didn’t want to overreact, but Gov. Larry Hogan and others questioned her response.

      Why it was only a matter of time before city exploded

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      Why is Matt Drudge such a big fan of ex-Md. governor Martin O’Malley?

      THE FIX | Controversy with the Clintons was — and still is — like gold for the powerful aggregator.

      Prince William wants to reduce class sizes, but will it make a difference?

      Prince William wants to reduce class sizes, but will it make a difference?

      In order for the Va. county to have one fewer student per room, a $15 million investment is needed.

      Who would have predicted the Nats are the cause of our April misery?

      Who would have predicted the Nats are the cause of our April misery?

      LIVE Q&A | The Post columnist takes your questions on all things related to D.C. sports.

      Metro ridership is down now, but is expected to grow with development

      Metro ridership is down now, but is expected to grow with development

      Most of the new projects in the D.C. area are being built near transit stations, guaranteeing riders.

      Who needs to hear the music?
      Dupont Circle will host a silent disco.

      Who needs to hear the music? <br>Dupont Circle will host a silent disco.

      More than 6,000 people have already said they will be at the headphones-required dance party.

      Gaithersburg Book Festival: World-class authors in a small-town setting

      Gaithersburg Book Festival: World-class authors in a small-town setting

      Award-winning authors, beloved children’s writers and workshops for all ages are planned for May 16.

      Capitals, like the Wizards, seem to be writing a new chapter for the team

      Capitals, like the Wizards, seem to be writing a new chapter for the team

      COLUMN | A town that’s waited 23 years for a team to succeed in the playoffs is seeing two move forward.

      D.C. voters in Wards 4 and 8 head to the polls for new council members

      D.C. voters in Wards 4 and 8 head to the polls for new council members

      Thousands have cast ballots early to fill the seats of Mayor Muriel Bowser and the late Marion Barry.

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      Landslide buries remote village
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      Landslide buries remote village <br>in latest Nepal tragedy, officials say

      As the quake toll exceeded 5,000, rescuers were taxed by the wall of mud and ice north of Kathmandu.

      As GOP sharpens 2016 strategy, it weighs its weapons against Clinton

      As GOP sharpens 2016 strategy, it weighs its weapons against Clinton

      Presidential hopefuls seek to stand out as the one whose background and politics will win voters’ favor.

      The most racist places in America, according to Google

      The most racist places in America, according to Google

      WONKBLOG | Researchers looked at Google searches containing the N-word.

      Federal Government

      Homeland Security’s 22 agencies learning to work ‘under one roof’

      Homeland Security’s 22 agencies learning to work ‘under one roof’

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      National

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      Sitter stumbles upon blood-covered stabbing suspect who says he ‘slayed the beast’

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