Zeke Miller

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Reporter for Time magazine covering politics and the White House 

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The US Supreme Court made history today in a  5-to-4 ruling  that the Constitution grants all Americans equal rights to marry.

The US Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage

The US Supreme Court made history today in a 5-to-4 ruling that the Constitution grants all Americans equal rights to marry.

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Indiana's Republican Governor Mike Pence said today the new Religious Freedom Restoration Act he signed last week is being misrepresented.

Indiana Governor Backtracks on Religious Freedom Protection Act

Indiana's Republican Governor Mike Pence said today the new Religious Freedom Restoration Act he signed last week is being misrepresented.

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Forty nations sent heads of state or foreign ministers to Paris for yesterday's march against terrorism.

Key Issues on Tap for GOP Congress

Forty nations sent heads of state or foreign ministers to Paris for yesterday's march against terrorism.

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