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POW Claims Bump Into Foreign Policy
The Bush administration is arguing that the reconstruction of post-Hussein Iraq would be set back if the new government has to pay damages to a group of American POWs from the Gulf War.
Justices Too Tightlipped on Their Health?
Among the many issues raised by the Supreme Court's recent disclosure that William H. Rehnquist has cancer is how much information the court owes the public about the chief justice's health.
Investment in Home State Pays Off Handsomely for Souter (Post, July 5, 2004)
Stevens Brings a Historical Perspective to Detainees' Case (Post, May 3, 2004)
For Lawyer, This Case Is Personal (Post, March 1, 2004)
High Court Yields to High Holy Days (Post, Sept. 1, 2003)
Thinking Outside the U.S. (Post, Aug. 4, 2003)
Polls: Americans Say Court Is 'About Right' (Post, July 7, 2003)
In Affirmative Action Cases, Stevens Could Be Sleeper (Post, June 2, 2003)
A Cowgirl's Sense of the Constitution and the Court (Post, May 5, 2003)
On Second Thought . . . (Post, April 11, 2003)
Will Telemarketer's Claims Ring True? (Post, March 3, 2003)
On Further Review, It's Hard to Bury Douglas's Arlington Claim (Post, Feb. 14, 2003)
Douglas's Military Claim Questioned by Biographer (Post, Feb. 3, 2003)
Will Chief Justice Retire . . . or Won't He? (Post, Jan. 6, 2003)
A Tale of Two Reservations (Post, Dec. 2, 2002)
Justices' Recess: Calm Before the Storm (Post, July 8, 2002)
Cleveland School Subsidies Await Supreme Court Action: Case Among 25 Under Review as Term Nears End (Post, June 6, 2002)
A Private Hearing, of Sorts, for Anti-War Activists (Post, May 6, 2002)
Enron Still Pursuing Its Case Against FERC (Post, March 4, 2002)
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