The Supreme Court on Friday overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade abortion ruling in a highly anticipated decision. The ruling effectively ends recognition of a constitutional right to abortion
Pennsylvania parents have filed a lawsuit in federal court saying Jefferson Elementary School in Pittsburgh violated district policy, state law and the Constitution by teaching students about gender dysphoria and
The states of Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Virginia, and the District of Columbia all went to the polls on Tuesday in the most recent round of primaries as a lead-up to
New Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) data shows that the Biden administration is removing far less illegal immigrants than the Trump administration had, despite also having record numbers of migrant encounters at the southern border. The data was obtained through a Freedom of Information Act and provided by the Center
President Biden on Monday morning said the US will respond militarily if China invades Taiwan, appearing to signal a major departure from America’s longstanding stance of “strategic ambiguity” concerning the island nation. The remark forced the White House to once again walk back potentially incendiary remarks made by the president
A report from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) shows that the Internal Revenue Service destroyed about “30 million paper-filed information return documents in March of 2021.” The May 4 report says that these documents were destroyed partially due to “the IRS’s continued inability to process backlogs of
SBC sex abuse probe shows church leaders stonewalled victims; task force calls for repentance and reform
An investigative report probing hundreds of allegations of sexual abuse within the Southern Baptist Convention found that victims were stonewalled while their alleged perpetrators were allowed to remain in positions of leadership within America’s largest Protestant denomination. The scathing 288-page report published by Guidepost Solutions stated that sexual abuse victims
Earlier this month cases of monkeypox were reported across the globe, seemingly all unrelated. Now, with about 140 total reported cases, researchers are scrambling to determine how this outbreak occurred in dozens of countries across Europe, Israel, Australia, and the United States. Reportedly, none of the infected individuals had traveled
A district court has reinstated the Florida state congressional map that was presented by Gov. Ron DeSantis’s office and approved by the state legislature. According to US News and World Report, the map was approved during a special session and would give more advantages to Republicans than the previous maps.
Title 42, the public health measure that allows asylum seekers to be turned away at the U.S. border, must remain in effect according to a Louisiana federal judge. The court decision will stop President Joe Biden and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) from terminating the health order on Monday.
The Supreme Court of the United States has handed down a decision that limits the way illegal immigrants can appeal deportation rulings. Justice Amy Coney Barrett penned an opinion saying the way Congress wrote the law concerning relief from deportation, it effectively bars courts’ “review of any judgment regarding the
Australian researchers have identified an enzyme called butyrylcholinesterase (BChE) that they found to be “significantly lower” in infants who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Researchers are hopeful that these findings can be applied to create new interventions and clinical applications to prevent infant deaths in the future. BChE