Sara Donchey reports on California's response to Supreme Court's NY open carry decision (6-23-2022)
Representatives of "Pro-Life Utah" and the "Abortion-Free Utah Coalition" react to the overturning of Roe v. Wade
Jack Fink speaks with SMU law professor Dale Carpenter on the impact of the Supreme Court overturning Roe V. Wade.
Ryan Yamamoto and Sara Donchey discussed the political impact of the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade with Caroline Heldman, professor of politics at Occidental College. (6-24-22)
Stefanos Tsitsipas believes Rafael Nadal must feel "immortal" after winning the French Open and moving halfway to the first men's calendar Grand Slam in more than half a century.
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.
Novak Djokovic repeated his hardline refusal to get a Covid-19 vaccination Saturday as he resigned himself to sitting out the season's last Grand Slam at the US Open.
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.
- The Telegraph
Emma Raducanu's coaching carousel has been one of the most prominent storylines of her first full year on tour. From sudden coaching splits to her unconventional decision to operate without a full-time person at the helm of her team, it has been the talk of tennis.
Rafael Nadal said Saturday that for the first time in 18 months he has defeated the crippling foot pain which threatened to push him to the brink of retirement.
Planned Parenthood president slams Liz Cheney over Roe v. Wade tweet: 'This is not about states' rights, this is about power and control
After Friday's Supreme Court decision, Cheney suggested in a tweet that abortion is not illegal, but is now rightfully decided by state legislatures.
- Associated Press
Serena Williams joked — or was it a joke? — that she activated the “Out of office” message on her email account so anyone trying to reach her about her many non-tennis activities while she’s at Wimbledon would know why no response arrived immediately. Great as Williams is with a racket in her hand, successful as she’s been, her sport has never been the only activity that interested her or occupied her time.
“The writings from which the Court cherry-picked my quotes were totally supportive of the result in Roe," says Laurence Tribe.
- 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.
Democrats passed Biden's stimulus law without GOP votes. Here's why they can't do the same to bring back Roe v. Wade.
Rep. Elissa Slotkin wants her party to consider reconciliation. It's a long shot that risks setting off a confrontation with centrists like Manchin.
- Motley Fool
The FDA's plan to reduce nicotine in cigarettes to near zero could mean big sales for this stock.
- CBS News Videos
In South Dakota, a trigger law went into effect after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade making abortion illegal, with no exception for rape or incest. Gov. Kristi Noem defended the law on "Face the Nation," saying that she does not believe one tragedy is "a reason to have another tragedy occur."
- The Telegraph
Wimbledon has announced record prize money for this summer’s tournament as it seeks to avert a player boycott after being stripped of ranking points over its ban on Russians and Belarussians.
- Charlotte Observer
NC scholar: The elected branches of government must fight back, as has happened before in history | Opinion
"I have no idea why or how I got nominated. All I know is that Justice Marshall retired, and that was a shock," Thomas said in a newly-released book.
After calls from AOC and other Dems to expand the court, White House says Biden 'does not agree' with the move
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted Saturday that expanding the court was one of the ways the President and Congress could ensure abortion access across the country.