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Media ask court to unseal gay marriage trial tapes

Media organizations are joining lawyers for two-same-sex couples in urging a federal appeals court to release videotapes of a lower court trial on California's gay marriage ban. Full story

Appeals court upholds block of Arizona law

   A federal appeals court has upheld a ruling so police will not be allowed to question people’s immigration status if they’re stopped or arrest them without a warrant. Telemundo’s Jose Diaz Balart joins the conversation.

Winklevoss twins must live with Facebook deal

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss cannot back out of a settlement with social networking giant Facebook over claims that company founder Mark Zuckerberg stole their idea, a U.S. appeals court ruled on Monday. Full story

Laptops and Other Electronics May Be Seized on Entry to U.S.

If you can’t let a day go by without accessing your personal data and files, you’d better think twice about crossing the border back into the U.S. with your computer. Full story

Calif. AG wants gay marriage ban lifted

   San Francisco Chronicle's Marisa Lagos reports on California's Attorney General wanting the gay marriage ban lifted while Proposition 8 is decided by the courts.

Calif. AG asks court to lift gay marriage stay

California's attorney general has asked a federal appeals court to allow gay marriages to resume while the court considers the constitutionality of the state's ban on same-sex unions. Full story

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