The U.S. Supreme Court killed one of President Biden's top priorities -- a vaccine mandate for large employers. Constitutional law attorney David Coale joined Good Day to talk about the 6-3 decision.
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The Fox News personality scoffed that the “obvious choice” would be Bridget Floyd, the sister of George Floyd.
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Fox News correspondent at large compares Biden's likely nomination of a Black woman to "affirmative action"
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The Bureau of Land Management is changing some rules on adoption of wild horses and burros.
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Watch as a snowplow driver launches a spray of slush into oncoming highway traffic, leading to a 40-car accident on the Ohio Turnpike
The driver was immediately removed from their shift and placed on administrative leave, the turnpike commission's director said in a statement.
Under a bill passed by the House, Michigan's distracted driving laws would be expanded to include more than texting and driving.
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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin dined at a New York City restaurant days after it was confirmed she tested positive for the coronavirus multiple times.
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A video showing the New Bedford Deputy Fire Chief doing heavy lifting while out injured resulted in his termination.
Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring and the president has promised to nominate a Black woman to replace him
Biden may get to nominate a justice, but there’s no guarantee that the full Senate will take it up
Jen Psaki responds to a question about Democrats' demands for student-debt cancellation by saying 'no one has been required to pay a single dime' in federal loans under Biden
Biden extended the pause on student-loan payments for the third time but continued to stall on the broad debt forgiveness that Democrats called for.
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Uncertainty about who is behind the calls has the House Select Committee on Investigation widening the scope of the impeachment probe.
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White conservatives seem to think that a Black woman could never be qualified to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. Now who's playing identity politics?
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Chandler, 84, a Democrat representing the 1st Worcester District, made the news public during a press conference Wednesday at Worcester City Hall.
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Several Democrats urged President Joe Biden to follow through on his campaign promise to nominate a Black woman for the impending Supreme Court vacancy.
"I think that it's important to remember that people feel differently about these issues," Justice Sonia Sotomayor told Tamron Hall
Sweeney ousted from legislative redistricting commission in public reopening of North vs. South fight
“No person or organization’s goals and ambitions are above the interests of our party and the people of this State,” State Democratic Chair LeRoy Jones said in a statement.
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Vladimir Putin is an aggressive thinker, but he is not irrational. He will take all he can as long as the cost is bearable. We must try to deter him.
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Wisconsin Supreme Court rules GOP properly hired redistricting attorneys at taxpayer expense before a lawsuit existed
The ruling comes as the Wisconsin Supreme Court prepares to decide where to draw the state's legislative and congressional lines.
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Peoria's City Council heard details of a proposed route connecting Peoria to Chicago via a new Amtrak route.
Judges Ketanji Brown Jackson, Leondra Kruger, and J. Michelle Childs are all reportedly under consideration.