U.S Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is dead at 79. His death triggers immediate questions for the high court and the nation on the outcome of significant challenges this term -- including on immigration, affirmative action and access to abortion clinics. Battle lines are being drawn over whether President Barack Obama or the next president should name his replacement. In addressing the nation, the president said he would make a pick to replace Scalia.
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