The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appears skeptical of the Biden administration’s authority to impose a vaccine-or-testing requirement on the nation’s large employers. Fully vaccinated themselves for arguments Friday, the court's six conservative justices appeared to view the administration's requirement for businesses with at least 100 employees as overstepping government authority. However, the court seemed more open to a separate vaccine mandate for most health care workers.
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Fox News panel reacts to Breyer retirement with immediate backlash to Biden picking a Black woman: 'What you're talking about is discrimination'
A law professor on the panel tried to argue it would be unconstitutional for President Biden to pick a Black woman under a pledge for any other job.
One told the extremist lawmaker that she's an "embarrassment to the state of Georgia."
- Austin American-Statesman
Biden didn’t ‘exempt’ Congress from vaccine mandate. He simply lacks authority to include them.
NY Attorney General Tish James says Trump changed his mind about her investigation into his company only after being subpoenaed for a deposition
In a new filing, New York Attorney General Letitia James claims Trump filed a lawsuit only so he could wriggle his way out of taking a deposition.
The former president's son received a quick reminder about his father.
- The Standard-Times
A video showing the New Bedford Deputy Fire Chief doing heavy lifting while out injured resulted in his termination.
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.
University of California professor Barbara Walter said she'd have had a vastly different response to Donald Trump supporters' comments just a decade ago.
- The Hill
House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) predicted Wednesday that potential Supreme Court nominee J. Michelle Childs would get GOP support in the Senate if President Biden taps her to fill Justice Stephen Breyer's seat on the Supreme Court.News broke on Wednesday that Breyer, who has served on the bench for more than 27 years, will retire at the end of the current term, paving the way for Biden to nominate a Supreme Court justice.Clyburn told...
- Rolling Stone
The West Virginia moderate has a solid record of voting for Biden's judicial nominees, but he's going to have a ton of leverage as the president seeks to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer
- The News-Press
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Judge David Carter is pushing the Trump ally to move faster.
- Fox News
Supreme Court: Schumer to make Democrats 'walk the plank' on 'radical' Biden nominee, Rick Scott predicts
Sen. Rick Scott, the National Republican Senatorial Conference (NRSC) chairman, made the prediction in a Wednesday press release after Breyer’s retirement reveal.
The Fox News personalities clashed over a Republican spot questioning the president's ability to lead.
- Fox News
Tennessee state Rep. Bruce Griffey introduced a bill to send migrants illegally in the U.S. to the home states and towns of prominent Democratic leaders.
- National Review
Bodycam Footage Shows Migrants Flown into NY in Dead of Night: ‘Everything Is Supposed to Be Hush-Hush’
Bodycam footage shows federal contractors dropping off migrants at the Westchester County Airport last summer.
- Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Chandler, 84, a Democrat representing the 1st Worcester District, made the news public during a press conference Wednesday at Worcester City 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.
The U.S. government said on Thursday it would grant an additional 20,000 H-2B visas for the first half of the fiscal year, in an attempt to ease the U.S. labor crunch. The visas are aimed at helping U.S. employers that face irreparable harm if they cannot get additional workers on or before March 31, 2022, the departments of Homeland Security and Labor said in a statement. "We are providing employers with the resources and support needed to sustain their businesses while expanding lawful pathways to the United States," Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said.
The Fox News personality scoffed that the “obvious choice” would be Bridget Floyd, the sister of George Floyd.