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By John Yang, Rachel Wellford, Harry Zahn, Juliet Fuisz
On Monday, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in two cases seeking to overturn decades-old precedents that have allowed colleges to factor race into admissions decisions in order to create diverse student bodies. Opponents of the practice say that…
Democrats on Capitol Hill are urging President Biden to take immediate action to protect abortion rights following the Supreme Court decision. It also comes after Justice Clarence Thomas said in his concurring opinion the court should reconsider other precedents such…
After the Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade, Americans seeking reproductive health care are facing profound logistical, legal and medical obstacles. Women’s health clinics in several states are already canceling appointments overs fears of violating state laws that now…
By Ali Rogin, Andrew Corkery
The Supreme Court will hold a special hearing on Jan. 7 to consider challenges to two pieces of the Biden administration’s strategy to get the pandemic under control. One is the requirement that big employers ensure their staff either get…
By John Yang, Ebony Joseph
By John Yang, Matt Loffman
Abortion has been front-and-center at the Supreme Court this term. The justices on Friday issued their opinion on a controversial Texas law, allowing abortion providers to continue challenging the measure in lower courts, but leaving the law in place for…
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including the omicron variant, U.S. government funding, and a major abortion case before the Supreme Court.
By John Yang
Gun rights and the Second Amendment were front-and-center at the Supreme Court Wednesday, in the first major test of gun regulations since the court said gun ownership was a right protected by the Constitution. John Yang reports.
By Associated Press
The Supreme Court is leaving in place a $2 billion verdict in favor of women who claim they developed ovarian cancer from using Johnson & Johnson talc products.
By Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
The Supreme Court made it easier Thursday to sentence minors convicted of murder to life in prison without the possibility of parole, a ruling that reflects a change in course driven by a more conservative group of justices.
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