Favoring “Hillary”

That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap.

During oral arguments today, Supreme Court justices appear skeptical that David Bossie's "Hillary: The Movie" falls under campaign finance laws.

New Peter Morgan Pic: Casting the Clintons.

Press Pool: What's behind the White House press corps' strategizing for tonight's press conference.

The Long Debate: As the Supreme Court considers indecency, a long-ago vid appears on the Web that dates to the days of the imposition of a TV family hour. It's of the cast of "All in the Family" — and its content never made it to air.

 


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