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Supreme Court Ruling Means Thousands Of Deportation Cases May Be Tossed Out

Immigration authorities have been skipping a step in the process: When they served notices to appear in court, they routinely left the court date blank. Because of that omission and a recent Supreme Court decision, tens of thousands of deportation cases could be delayed, or tossed out altogether.Liam James Doyle/NPRhide caption

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Supreme Court Ruling Means Thousands Of Deportation Cases May Be Tossed Out

A recent high court ruling that didn't get much attention at the time could mean that tens of thousands of deportation cases are delayed — or tossed out altogether.

Kavanaugh Allegations Recall 1991's Supreme Court Scandal, With Key Differences

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh looks over his notes during the third day of his Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing Sept. 6 on Capitol Hill. Senate Democrats want to delay the confirmation vote after sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh came to light.Jacquelyn Martin/APhide caption

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Kavanaugh Allegations Recall 1991's Supreme Court Scandal, With Key Differences

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Sally Field Wasn't Sure She'd Have The Guts To Publish Her New Memoir

After experiencing abuse as a child, Sally Field says she internalized that "to feel loved you have to be invisible and terrified." Her new memoir is called In Pieces.Casey Curry/Invision/APhide caption

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Sally Field Wasn't Sure She'd Have The Guts To Publish Her New Memoir

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Supreme Court Ruling Means Thousands Of Deportation Cases May Be Tossed Out

Immigration authorities have been skipping a step in the process: When they served notices to appear in court, they routinely left the court date blank. Because of that omission and a recent Supreme Court decision, tens of thousands of deportation cases could be delayed, or tossed out altogether.Liam James Doyle/NPRhide caption

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Supreme Court Ruling Means Thousands Of Deportation Cases May Be Tossed Out

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Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band Travels Across Generations And Genres

The latest album from Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band, The Serpent's Mouth, walks a tightrope between embracing steel pan's melodious charm and its kitschy past.Sesse Lind/Courtesy of the artisthide caption

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Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band Travels Across Generations And Genres

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NPR/Marist Poll: 1 In 3 Americans Think A Foreign Country Will Change Midterm Votes

Fears about how Russian hackers affected the 2016 election seem to have led a number of Americans to expect a foreign country to affect vote tallies in the midterms. There's no evidence such an attack has ever occurred previously.Adam Berry/Getty Imageshide caption

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NPR/Marist Poll: 1 In 3 Americans Think A Foreign Country Will Change Midterm Votes

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