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The Academy Award winner recalls the life of the former British Prime Minister.
Fernando Henrique Cardoso, 80, spoke with the Style section about the tea party, the economic crisis in Europe and how he became “the accidental president of Brazil.”
The country has experienced its share of presumably earth-shattering decisions before without catastrophic consequences.
Bryan Stevenson, who won two landmark Supreme Court cases striking down mandatory life sentences for juveniles, talks about the passion that fuels his career.
Mitt Romney just can't seem to catch a break.
A view straight from the hearings: There is still a good chance that the mandate is upheld by a 5-4 or 6-3 vote.
Neither bill — especially the much better PIPA — will “break” the Internet.
A roundup of big cases before the high court.
Why some conservative justices might uphold the health-care law.
The state’s dumb and spiteful decision to ban last meals for death row inmates.