Judge rejects challenge to federal rules on lawsuits aimed at making it easier for workers to have abortions

CHICAGO (AP) – ONE Lawsuit filed by 17 states Tough federal rules allow workers to take leave and other accommodation for abortions lacks standing, an Arkansas federal judge ruled Friday. Republican attorneys general from each state, led by Arkansas and Tennessee, sued the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in April, days after the agency published the … Read more

Supreme Court overturns Trump’s gun stockpile ban

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court on Friday reversed a Trump-era ban on increase stocksaccessories for rapid-fire firearms used in the Deadliest mass shooting In modern U.S. history, in a decision that put guns back in the country’s political spotlight. The High Court conservative majority found that the Trump administration overreached by changing course from … Read more

The takeaway from the Supreme Court’s decision: The abortion pill is still available, but opponents say the fight is not over

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has unanimously upheld access to a drug used in the majority of Abortions in the United States on Thursday, however abortion Opponents say the ruling won’t be the last word in the fight against mifepristone. THE narrow decision came two years after the High Court struck down abortion rights … Read more

Supreme Court unanimously preserves access to widely used abortion medications

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court Thursday, access to a drug used in Nearly two-thirds of all abortions In the United States last year, in the first court ruling on abortion since conservative justices overturned Roe v. Wade two years ago. The nine judges ruled that abortion Opponents did not have the legal right to … Read more

The Supreme Court has a significant backlog in a short time to get there

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court heads into its final weeks with nearly half of the cases heard this year still undecided, including those that could reshape the law on everything from guns to abortion to social media. The justices are also still considering whether former President Donald Trump is immune from criminal prosecution in … Read more

“Are you with me?” Biden and Harris launch outreach campaign to black voters, warn of second Trump term

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — President Joe Biden renewed his election-year pitch to black voters Wednesday, attacking Donald Trump’s “MAGA lies” and saying the winner of this White House race year will make crucial decisions, including Supreme Court nominees. , this could affect the country for decades. Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, in a joint appearance … Read more

The Washington Post said it learned of the Alito flag story 3 years ago and chose not to publish it.

NEW YORK (AP) — Nine days after The New York Times reported on the political symbolism of an upside-down American flag flying at the home of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, the Washington Post has admitted that he had told the same story more than three years ago. and decided not to publish it. … Read more