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Empty seat stands out as Supreme Court resumes cases
The eight-member Supreme Court is back in session today for the first time since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. NBC Justice Correspondent Pete Williams reports on new developments in the cases where Scalia could have delivered decisive rulings.
Supreme Court rules search warrants needed for cell phone seizures03:13
Supreme Court rules states can require shoppers to pay online sales tax03:01
Supreme Court rejects partisan gerrymandering cases04:06
Dale Ho: There’s a long, ugly history of voter restriction06:36
Ohio wins Supreme Court voter registration purge case01:34
Couple's Attorney: Supreme Court ruling doesn't answer ultimate question for LGBT Americans02:43