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FILE - In this Oct. 6, 2015, file photo, the HealthCare.gov website, where people can buy health insurance, is displayed on a laptop screen in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File) **FILE**

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The Supreme Court split 4-4 in a case that considered whether public employees represented by a union can be required to pay fees covering collective bargaining costs even if they are not members. The deadlock leaves in place an appeals court ruling that upheld the practice. (Associated Press)

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In this 2013, photo provided by Center for Individual Rights, Rebecca Friedrichs, a veteran Orange County, Calif., public school teacher, poses for a portrait. A tie vote from the Supreme Court means public sector unions in about half the states can continue collecting fees from workers who choose not to join. The justices on Tuesday, March 29, 2016, divided 4-4 in a case that considered whether public employees represented by a union can be required to pay "fair share" fees covering collective bargaining costs even if they are not members. (Greg Schneider/Courtesy of the Center for Individual Rights via AP)

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Justin Hires (left) and Jon Foo in a scene from "Rush Hour." (tvguide.com)

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ACLU lawyers Abre' Conner and Novella Coleman have accused a karaoke bar in California of discriminating against them because they're black. (American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California)

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Mark A. Mix, president of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation and National Right to Work Committee, talked about the issue of compelled union membership on Sept. 2, 2013 on Washington Journal. (Image courtesy of C-SPAN.org)

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Planned Parenthood supporters rally for women's access to reproductive health care on "National Pink Out Day'' at Los Angeles City Hall on Sept. 9, 2015. (Associated Press)

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Commissioner Gordon

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Gotham City

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Bad Deal Between European Union and Turkey Illustration by Greg Groesch/The Washington Times

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The Justice Department has concluded its own criminal investigation into the IRS and said the targeting was the result of bad management. But investigators said they found no criminal behavior, and specifically cleared Lois G. Lerner, saying her fellow employees said she tried to correct the problems when she learned of them. (Associated Press)

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Workers prepare for Tuesday's friendly game between the Tampa Rays and the Cuban national team at the Latinoamericano stadium in Havana. (Associated Press)

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Maintenance workers look down South Figueroa Street toward a skyscraper under construction where a worker fell to his death on Thursday, March 17, 2016. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

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Tommy Lee:

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(Dave Kapp)

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Which city was the first to be attacked by the atomic bomb?

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Officer Jacai Colson was a four-year veteran of the Prince George's County Police Department and worked undercover in the Narcotics Enforcement Division. (Prince George's County Police Department)

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(Prince George's County Police Department)

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National Edition Opinion cover for March 14, 2016 - When health insurance fails (Illustration by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times)