Is the Split Supreme Court Shifting into Neutral?

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Since the death of Antonin Scalia, Congress has left the US Supreme Court with four liberals, four conservatives and the prospect of deadlock on cases of major importance to millions of people. We look at what to expect from decisions expected this week. 

Also, Donald Trump dumps his campaign manager. Later on the program, more than 50 years of sports heartbreak is over in Cleveland. Now the City's preparing for next month's Republican nominating convention — with barricades, batons, riot gear and police officers from out of town.   

Photo: Matt Wade

Credits

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Jenny Hamel, Gideon Brower, Evan George