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Tesla Sues Michigan, Challenges Law Requiring Dealer Sales
Tesla Motors Inc. has sued Gov. Rick Snyder and other state officials, challenging a 2014 law that clarified that automakers can only sell through franchised dealerships
WHY IT MATTERS: Executive Authority
WHY IT MATTERS: Making policy by executive action raises questions, rooted in revolutionary history, about an imperial presidency
Judge Dismisses Challenge to N. Carolina Gay-Marriage Law
A federal judge has dismissed a challenge to a North Carolina law that says magistrates with religious objections can refuse to marry same-sex couples
Tour of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello Home
ABC News' Brad Mielke tours Thomas Jefferson's Monticello home in Charlottesville, VA.
Trump Bemoans 'Amazing Hospitalization' for New York Bombing Suspect
Speaking at a campaign rally in Florida today, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump expressed frustration with the 'amazing' treatment alleged New York area bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami will receive in the hospital. After thanking law enforcement officials for Rahami’s quick apprehension, Trump
Kaine Breaks With Clinton on Her Calling Some Trump Supporters 'Irredeemable'
Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine broke with his running mate Hillary Clinton over her comment that some Trump supporters are "irredeemable." Clinton made the remarks at a New York fundraising event Sept. 9 where she said about "half of Trump supporters" could be put "into what I call
Kaine Breaks With Clinton on Calling Some Trump Supporters 'Irredeemable'
Vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine weighs in on the state of the 2016 on "This Week."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt on How His Meeting With the Real Edward Snowden Went Down
Levitt appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his new role as NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden in the new film "Snowden."
Pipeline Protesters Say Company's Suit Should Be Dismissed
Lawyers representing protesters in North Dakota who are being sued by the company developing a four-state oil pipeline say the case should be thrown out of federal court