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Breaking News Headlines: Supreme Court Could Make History on Same-Sex Marriage, or Not

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The court is set to rule on two cases involving the issue, but procedural wrinkles make it possible the decisions might be inconclusive. As President Obama heads to Africa, he is visiting a continent where U.S. influence is waning, and Chinese influence is growing.On this visit, only Obama's second to Africa since he became president (Xi visited Africa during his first foreign tour as head of state, in March this year), he will be visiting a continent which feels increasingly less beholden to American dictates. Items owned by Monica Lewinsky ? made famous for her sexual relationship with President Bill Clinton ? are the latest to be auctioned online. The pieces were originally submitted by Andy Bleiler ? Monica?s former lover ? during the investigation of her affair with the president. What?s more, they?re expected to raise anywhere between $25,000-$50,000 upon its coming conclusion

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