- The New York Times
LINCOLN, Ill. — Darren Bailey, the front-runner in the Republican primary for governor of Illinois, was finishing his stump speech last week at a senior center in this Central Illinois town when a voice called out: “Can we pray for you?” Bailey readily agreed. The speaker, a youth mentor from Lincoln named Kathy Schmidt, placed her right hand on his left shoulder while he closed his eyes and held out his hands, palms open. “More than anything,” she prayed, “I ask for that, in this election, you
- Yahoo Music
Olivia Rodrigo and Lily Allen sing 'F*** You' for Supreme Court justices who 'truly don't give a s*** about freedom'
"I'm devastated and terrified that so many women and so many girls are going to die because of this," the pop star said while performing at Glastonbury.
- Associated Press
To some critics, the rulings represent an obvious, deeply damaging contradiction. How can the court justify restricting the ability of states to regulate guns while expanding the right of states to regulate abortion? “The hypocrisy is raging, but the harm is endless,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday after the court released its decision on abortion.
Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations mocked the macho image of their absent adversary Vladimir Putin on Sunday, at a meeting in Germany dominated by the Russian President's invasion of Ukraine. As the besuited leaders sat down for their first meeting of the three-day G7 summit in the sweltering Bavarian Alps, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson asked if their jackets should come off - or if they should even disrobe further. "We all have to show that we're tougher than Putin," Johnson said, to laughter from some of his colleagues.
- NBC News
An off-duty Rhode Island police officer who was running for state Senate was arrested on an assault charge after allegedly attacking his female opponent during
- Yahoo Sports
Pacers rookie Bennedict Mathurin calls out LeBron James: 'He’s going to have to show me he’s better than me'
Bennedict Mathurin made a curious decision to call out one of the all-time greats.
- The New York Times
The beginning of the end of Roe v. Wade arrived on election night in November 2010. That night, control of statehouses across the country flipped from Democrat to Republican, almost to the number: Democrats had controlled 27 state legislatures going in and ended up with 16; Republicans started with 14 and ended up controlling 25. Republicans swept not only the South but Democratic strongholds in the Midwest, picking up more seats nationwide than either party had in four decades. By the time the
- Yahoo Sports
A Blake Snell fastball resulted in a broken thumb for Bryce Harper.
- Yahoo Sports
The NFL is signaling it wants an "indefinite suspension" for "no shorter than one year." If the league gets its wish — and history suggests it will — the Browns are suddenly paying big for less of Watson's prime than they thought.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas told his law clerks in the '90s that he wanted to serve for 43 years to make liberals' lives 'miserable'
In a 1993 article in The New York Times, a former law clerk of the Supreme Court Justice said Thomas held a grudge against liberals for making his life miserable.
Georgia Democratic nominee for governor Stacey Abrams explains the change in her position on abortion: There is 'no place in that medical decision for ideology or for politicians'
"I understand the sincere concerns. But those are religious concerns, or often concerns driven by personal morality," Abrams said in a CNN interview.
- Good Housekeeping
Actress, TV personality and 'Food Network' chef Valerie Bertinelli cheekily responded to a TikTok comment on a recent video of hers and fans absolutely loved it.
Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed 35 bills on Friday, including a law allowing local governments to ban smoking on beaches and in parks, and vetoed five, including legislation that would have made it easier for businesses to sue local governments over ordinances.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani was the victim of an alleged assault over the weekend. Giuliani was the mayor of NYC from 1994 to 2001, long before he became the lawyer for former President Donald Trump and a contestant on the Fox celebrity guessing game show, “The Masked Singer.” According to the New York […]
"How's Uncle Clarence feeling about Overturning Loving v. Virginia?" the actor tweeted, referring to the 1967 ruling that protected interracial marriage.
- E! News
Pop star Pink is not just opposed to the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, she's also not okay with having fans who support the anti-abortion ruling.
- Fox News
Al Franken erupts after Clarence Thomas says what Supreme Court should do after Roe v. Wade abortion decision
Former U.S. Senator Al Franken criticized a statement from Justice Clarence Thomas who said the U.S. Supreme Court should revisit other cases after overturning the Roe v. Wade abortion case.
"When my husband emerges from the camp infirmary with our daughter draped across his arms, I do not recognize her. 'We need a hospital,' I tell him."
Karlie Kloss & Ivanka Trump’s Reactions to Roe v. Wade Being Overturned Shows There’s Still an Ideological Rift Between Them
On June 24, 2022, the landmark case of Roe v. Wade that made abortion a constitutional right was overturned by the Supreme Court on June 24, 2022. Many celebrities have taken to the streets to protest, including Karlie Kloss and Josh Kushner. However, quite a few have stayed silent, including Kloss’ sister-in-law Ivanka Trump and […]
- Rolling Stone
Trump took a brief respite from talking about his own problems to make sure he got credit for his role in ending bodily autonomy for millions of American women