The court, in accord with the defense and prosecution, cited the need to review Jan. 6 committee’s work before the seditious conspiracy trial of five onetime members of the far-right group.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas told his law clerks in the '90s that he wanted to serve for 43 years to make liberals' lives 'miserable'
In a 1993 article in The New York Times, a former law clerk of the Supreme Court Justice said Thomas held a grudge against liberals for making his life miserable.
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Chief Justice John Roberts says Supreme Court went too far in taking the 'dramatic step' of overturning Roe v. Wade
Roberts wrote that a decision that limited abortion rights without overturning Roe v. Wade would have been "markedly less unsettling."
Newly-released footage of a mistaken identity arrest shows a young Black man repeatedly informing police they had the wrong suspect […] The post For first time, video shown of cops arresting Black man, 25, on warrant for 49-yr. old white man appeared first on TheGrio.
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A Louisiana woman's TikTok video has gone viral after she took to the app to complain about an indecent exposure citation she received at a festival.
Planned Parenthood president slams Liz Cheney over Roe v. Wade tweet: 'This is not about states' rights, this is about power and control
After Friday's Supreme Court decision, Cheney suggested in a tweet that abortion is not illegal, but is now rightfully decided by state legislatures.
One person is killed and another is critically wounded after a shooting at a WeatherTech facility Saturday morning.
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Reality star Josh Duggar was transferred from the Washington County Detention Center on Friday to a federal prison to begin his 12-year sentence.
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Biden accidentally flashed a cue card telling him exactly where to go and what to do at a White House event
"YOU take YOUR seat" was among the bullet-pointed instructions given to Joe Biden at a recent White House meeting, that he accidentally revealed.
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Before he became a leading voice for conservative causes on Capitol Hill, U.S. Senator James Lankford spent more than a decade as the director of youth programming at the Falls Creek Baptist Conference Center, a sprawling campground about 80 miles south of Oklahoma City that attracts more than 50,000 campers in grades six through 12 each year. In 2009, while Lankford worked at the camp, the family of a 13-year-old girl sued a 15-year-old boy who was alleged to have had sex with her at the camp. Lankford, who was not in Congress at the time, is not alleged to have had any direct knowledge of the alleged assault, has not been accused of any wrongdoing and was not a defendant in the lawsuit, which was settled for an undisclosed amount before it was scheduled to go to trial.
A Winter Park attorney is going to prison after detectives said he bilked a 105-year-old woman out of her fortune.
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Photo Illustration by Luis G. Rendon, Zach Petrizzo/The Daily Beast/GettyRight-wing media has long been convinced any pallets of bricks are solely the property of anti-fascist activists. And on Friday night, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) was tripped up over the conspiracy theory. “@CapitolPolice why are there 20 pallets of bricks one block from the House Office Buildings?” Boebert tweeted, apparently alluding to the standard bricks the right believes are owned by potential antifa activists.Yet as i
Rep. Andy Levin (D-Mich.) responded to the decision with now-deleted photos, and Twitter wasn't having it.
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The child, who was not identified, is recovering from her injuries.
The victim told her mother that the suspect had kissed her and touched her inappropriately several times throughout the day in different parts of the house, a release said.
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Former Marine Resigns as July 4 Parade Grand Marshal After Right-Wing Texas Radio Host Targeted Her Family
Jessy Kelly later delighted in the move with a tweet featuring a man walking away from an explosion
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The White Sox closer called it a terrible day for women's rights.
Following a night out drinking and passing out on the street, a Japanese man woke up to find that his bag containing two USB sticks with the personal information of nearly half a million residents went missing. On Tuesday evening, the unnamed man, said to be in his 40s, spent several hours drinking at a local restaurant in Suita of northern Osaka, Japan, shortly before passing out on the street. When the man regained consciousness, he found that his bag and USB sticks were missing, reported NHK per BBC.
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Trump reportedly believes overturning Roe v. Wade is 'bad for Republicans' but insists publicly that it 'will work out for everybody'
Trump's three appointees to the high court were instrumental in gutting a federal right to an abortion.
How about that for a plot twist?
A registered sex offender has now been arrested and charged in connection to a horrifying incident in Dyersburg, Tennessee, according to the Dyersburg Police Department.