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Supreme Court set to take up all-or-nothing abortion fight

Both sides are telling the Supreme Court there’s no middle ground in Wednesday’s showdown over abortion. The justices can either reaffirm the constitutional right to an abortion or wipe it away altogether.

The Impossible Insurrection of January 6

The right couldn’t stage a coup because liberals dominate nearly every institution of American politics and culture. Yet liberals refuse to see it. After the...

Biden approval rating hits new low of 36 percent in Quinnipiac poll

President Biden’s approval rating keeps on dropping, and the news is no better for congressional Democrats.

Camera Catches Video Conversion Software ‘Handbrake’ and ‘Format Factory’ on Prosecution’s Laptop

The defense in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse has moved for a mistrial on the basis that the prosecution withheld crucial evidence.

Steve Bannon to Plead Not Guilty to Contempt of Congress Charges

Former Trump advisor and campaign manager Steve Bannon moved to plead not guilty to criminal contempt of Congress charges after he refused to comply with a subpoena.

Rhode Island Teacher Warns CRT ‘Absolutely Everywhere’ In Schools

“It’s in the plot narratives; it’s in the characterization; it’s in the imagery, it’s in the art projects, the history class, the English classes.”

It took me a long time to face what I knew to be true about 9/11

I was born in 1950. Mom moved back to New York City with my two brothers and me in 1955, and we became New Yorkers.

Election Integrity Group: Most 2020 Ballot Images from 56 Georgia Counties Have Been Destroyed

A year after the election day in 2020, concerns still linger about election integrity in many states. This does not mean the election results are deeply in question, but it does suggest a need for more secure election processes next cycle.

Teen Diagnosed With Guillain-Barré After COVID Vaccine Thankful She Wasn’t Paralyzed and Didn’t Die

Shelby Allen, a 17-year-old from Dyer County, Tennessee, is hospitalized with a rare disorder in which the body’s immune system attacks its nerves. She developed the condition after getting a COVID vaccine.

Students as young as 12 to be asked how often they have sex, if they’re transgender, and more on Fairfax County voluntary survey

Public school students as young as 12 years old in Fairfax County, Virginia, will be asked some very personal questions — about their sex life, dating life, home life, and more — on a voluntary survey sponsored by the county's government and school district, WJLA-TV reported.

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