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A day after a Supreme Court document on abortion became public we look at the legal and political implications. Marcia Coyle, chief Washington correspondent for the National Law Journal, and Mary Ziegler, a Florida State University law professor and author…
Every night more than 3 million people tune in to Tucker Carlson's show on the Fox News channel – the most-watched cable news show last year. A new analysis from The New York Times explores how Carlson is using his…
Lawmakers returned to Capitol Hill this week and were met with a growing list of legislative items to tackle. From funding for Ukraine to more COVID relief, there’s a lot they’re hoping to accomplish before the legislative calendar is upended…
As the pandemic eases, the influx of migrants on the U.S. southern border is reaching record levels. And the Biden administration is facing new questions from both sides of the aisle about plans to roll back Title 42, the policy…
The Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act became law on Tuesday, a bipartisan step towards acknowledging the history of racial violence in the United States. Amna Nawaz reports on the law's significance and what it took to get here.
This month marks the 57th anniversary of the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. The peaceful demonstration for voting rights that was met with police violence galvanized young civil rights leaders to run for office, including the late Rep. John…
As President Biden prepares to nominate the first Black woman to the Supreme Court, we revisit another historic first. Constance Baker Motley was the first Black woman appointed to the federal judiciary and the first to argue before the Supreme…
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