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After four conflicting court rulings on the health care reform law, Ray Suarez looks at what's next for states and patients with Neera Tanden of the Center for American Progress and Thomas Miller of the American Enterprise Institute.
A federal judge has issued an injunction on the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy in the military, but some say Congress -- and not the courts -- should decide its fate.
Tom Bearden reports on special courts that give veterans probation and treatment, especially for post-traumatic stress disorder, instead of prison sentences if they plead guilty to a crime.
A federal judge dismissed charges against five Blackwater guards accused of killing seven Iraqis in 2007. Matt Apuzzo of the Associated Press speaks with Ray Suarez about the developments.
By Arts Desk
On Thursday's NewsHour, we profiled courtroom sketch artist William Hennessy, whose work has offered people a glimpse where cameras are oftentimes banned. Here is a slideshow of some of his most memorable sketches from the past 27 years.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down California's sentencing guidelines Monday, preventing judges from increasing prison time for convicted criminals based on factors not considered by a jury. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal discusses the impact of the decision.
In addition to heavy turnout some polling places experienced problems that ranged from malfunctioning voting machines to registration difficulties. An elections expert discusses voting irregularities across the country.
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