A Palm Beach County rabbi is leading a legal challenge to keep abortion rights in Florida, and he's citing religious freedom.
Justice Neil Gorsuch fumes that the Supreme Court 'failed' to 'honor this Nation's promises' as it rolled back tribal authority in Oklahoma
Gorsuch's dissenting opinion came as the nation's highest court handed more power to states over Native American lands.
- The Wrap
Liz Cheney Defends Cassidy Hutchinson After Reports of Secret Service Agents Disputing Her Testimony
"The committee's not going to stand by and watch her character be assassinated," Cheney said of the former White House aide
- Rolling Stone
The Biden administration is playing pro-choice in the streets and spineless in the sheets when it comes to women's rights — and somehow, Mitch McConnell is somehow behind all of it
The Nov. 15-16 summit risked awkward diplomatic encounters if Putin were to have come. The Kremlin had said earlier that Putin intended to go.
The House Republican who led a rioter on a tour the day before the January 6 attack could lead the committee overseeing Capitol security
With Rodney Davis's loss to a Trump-backed challenger, Barry Loudermilk is now next in line to lead the committee if Republicans retake the House.
- The Conversation
The Supreme Court has overturned precedent dozens of times, including striking down legal segregation and reversing Roe
A demonstrator outside the Supreme Court building expresses fear that other precedents will fall, too. AP Photo/Jose Luis MaganaIt is a central principle of law: Courts, including the Supreme Court, are supposed to follow earlier decisions – precedent – to resolve current disputes. But on rare occasions, Supreme Court justices conclude that one of the court’s past constitutional precedents has to go, so they overrule it. This is exactly what happened in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organizati
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The reaction was “maybe more than I planned for,” the senator said. [Opinion]
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Vice President Harris on Wednesday sought to clarify recent comments she made about President Biden’s reelection plans after she told CNN earlier this week that the president was definitively running again in 2024. Harris told a reporter on Air Force Two before departing for California that “the president intends to run and if he does,…
U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm violated a law that limits the political participation and speech of federal employees during an interview in late 2021, a government watchdog said. Granholm's remarks made in an interview to the magazine Marie Claire were political and promoted electoral success for the Democratic Party, according to the U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC), an independent government agency.
Here are all the people who sought preemptive pardons from Donald Trump after the Capitol riot, per January 6 committee witnesses
The January 6 House panel has said that at least nine people close to Trump requested preemptive pardons following the Capitol attack.
Federal agents seized John Eastman's phone outside of a restaurant last week.
Former aide testifies that GOP leader Kevin McCarthy warned White House officials about Trump going to the Capitol on January 6
A former White House aide testified that GOP Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy warned that Trump shouldn't come to the US capitol on January 6.
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Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, delivered stunning testimony during Tuesday's Jan. 6 hearing. Congressional correspondent Scott Macfarlane discussed the significance of her testimony on CBS News.
Supreme Court sides with Louisiana Republicans on map that could concentrate Black voting power in a single congressional district
This year's post-census redistricting process in Louisiana has been a tense political tug-of-war, with the Republican-dominated legislature and Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards fighting over the boundaries since February.
- LA Times
Crews have made significant progress on the Rices fire but are 'far from being out of the woods,' a Cal Fire official said. Multiple structures are believed to have been destroyed.
When will Ketanji Brown Jackson join the Supreme Court? What’s her salary? Answers to the key questions about the high court’s newest member.
The Senate voted 53-47 to confirm the nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson in early April. When does Ketanji Brown Jackson start? Jackson is set to replace Justice Stephen Breyer on the Supreme Court.
A former Trump White House chief of staff says the latest January 6 hearing provided 'stunning' new evidence of potential criminality
Mick Mulvaney, who resigned a day after the January 6 insurrection, said the new evidence presented was a "serious problem" for Trump.
- LA Times
'The president intends to run and if he does, I will be his ticket mate. We will run together,' Kamala Harris tells a Los Angeles Times reporter.
- The New York Times
Early in his war against Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin of Russia appeared tense, angry and even disoriented. He spent days out of the public eye, threatened the West with nuclear strikes, and lashed out at anti-war Russians as “scum.” But in June, a new Putin has emerged, very much resembling his prewar image: relaxed, patient and self-confident. Sign up for The Morning newsletter from the New York Times Holding court with young people, he compared himself casually to Peter the Great, Russia
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Boebert says she is ‘tired’ of separation between church and state: ‘The church is supposed to direct the government’
Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) says she is “tired” of the long-standing separation between church and state in the U.S., adding that she believes “the church is supposed to direct the government.” In a Sunday speech at the Cornerstone Christian Center in Basalt, Colo., ahead of her primary election on Tuesday, Boebert argued that “the government…