Robert Barnes

Supreme Court correspondent for the Washington Post

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The Supreme Court heard oral arguments today on whether to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.

Supreme Court appears ready to allow a citizenship question on 2020 Census

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments today on whether to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Supreme Court heard arguments in a major case over what’s become an elemental part of American life: the cell phone.

Do police need a warrant to monitor your cell phone?

The Supreme Court heard arguments in a major case over what’s become an elemental part of American life: the cell phone.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Our first topic on this program was the national crisis over Bush v. Gore, when the US Supreme Court decided the 2000 presidential election.

'Conservative' courts and judicial activism

Our first topic on this program was the national crisis over Bush v. Gore, when the US Supreme Court decided the 2000 presidential election.

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The House and Senate are looking into Facebook’s plan to launch a currency called Libra. Neither side of the political aisle trusts Facebook, believing it's too big.

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