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By Sarah Varney, Layla Quran, Sam Weber
It was a political earthquake last May when the draft Supreme Court opinion overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked almost two months before the ruling was handed down. Chief Justice John Roberts launched an investigation but said the court has…
By John Yang, Ali Schmitz, Ian Couzens
Migrants along the U.S. border with Mexico sought shelter from the cold as they waited for the Supreme Court to rule on whether and when restrictions that prevented many from seeking asylum in the U.S. would lift.
By Morgan Lee, Giovanna Dell'Orto, Rebecca Santana, Associated Press
Suspense mounted at the U.S. border with Mexico on Tuesday about the future of restrictions on asylum-seekers as the Supreme Court issued a temporary order to keep pandemic-era limits on migrants in place.
Congress gave final approval to a bill requiring all states to recognize same-sex and interracial marriages. It passed the House with nearly 40 Republicans joining Democrats in support. On the floor, arguments focused on protecting marriage rights against a conservative…
In our news wrap Wednesday, Peru's Congress ousted President Pedro Castillo and replaced him with the country's vice president, more classified documents from the Trump White House have turned up in Florida near the former president's estate, China formally rolled…
The Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments in a case that could have far-reaching effects and dramatically reshape the country’s elections. It involves whether state lawmakers have absolute authority to shape election districts and hinges on interpretations of wording in…
By John Yang
The rights of same-sex couples are once again before the U.S. Supreme Court. Justices on Monday heard arguments in a case that wrestles with the blurred lines separating free speech, religious beliefs and discrimination. John Yang looks at the history…
In our news wrap Thursday, a bill to prevent a railroad strike is headed to President Biden after it passed the Senate, but Senators rejected a separate measure to grant seven days of paid sick leave to workers, the Supreme…
The Supreme Court is weighing border security and the extent to which states can challenge federal policy. Texas and Louisiana are contesting the Biden administration’s guidelines on who should be prioritized for deportation. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal…
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