On Tuesday we have the oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges regarding whether states can constitutionally discriminate on the basis of sex when it comes to granting certain contract rights and obligations to consenting adults. Some call this "same-sex marriage."
As usual, SCOTUSblog will be live blogging here beginning at 10:45am Eastern. I look forward to seeing whether Scalia explodes like that guy in Big Trouble in Little China (which is awesome, BTW (the movie, not Scalia exploding)).
I maintain my prediction of a 6-3 vote in favor of those attempting to get married, with a reasoning breakdown of 5 (Kennedy + 4), Roberts (concurring in the result but writing separately in an amazing tap dance of "I'm not really doing this even though it looks like I am" legal reasoning), and a "fiery" dissent (from the usual suspects, written by the aforementioned Scalia).
Unfortunately we will likely have to wait until the last day of the term to get the opinions. In the meantime, it would be irresponsible not to speculate!
UPDATE: Feel free to talk about Baltimore too.