Blockbuster decisions expected this year could end up instead with opinions divided between four conservatives and four liberals. Since Congress hasn't replaced the late Antonin Scalia, majorities have already been hard to come by, and some predict deadlock for as much as another year, although a decision that came down today may be an exception to what's on the agenda between now and next Monday. We hear about the possible options for race-based college admissions, deportation of undocumented immigrants and unwanted pregnancies.
Will the US Supreme Court Shift into Neutral?
Robert Barnes - Supreme Court correspondent for the Washington Post - @scotusreporter, Erwin Chemerinsky - Berkeley Law, Josh Blackman - South Texas College of Law / Cato Institute - @JoshMBlackman, Susan Hays - Jane's Due Process - @hayslaw