Obama says ‘we’d have a very different Supreme Court’ if Dems had kept the Senate in 2014

Obama says ‘we’d have a very different Supreme Court’ if Dems had kept the Senate in 2014

Former President Obama on Saturday said that the makeup of the Supreme Court would be very different if Democrats had held onto the Senate in the 2014 midterms, laying out the importance of this midterm cycle, particularly on the future of reproductive rights. “If we have kept the Senate in 2014, we’d have a very … Read more

Abortion legal in Ohio and Arizona after court rulings

Abortion legal in Ohio and Arizona after court rulings

Pro-abortion activists celebrated a pair of victories on Friday after courts in Ohio and Arizona ruled that abortions could remain legal — at least for now. In Arizona, the three-judge Court of Appeals ruled that an injunction against a pre-statehood law banning abortion in all circumstances should be reinstated. In Ohio, Hamilton County Common Pleas … Read more

Herschel Walker denies in 'strongest possible terms' report he paid for abortion – CNN

Herschel Walker denies in 'strongest possible terms' report he paid for abortion – CNN

Herschel Walker denies in ‘strongest possible terms’ report he paid for abortion  CNN ‘Pro-Life’ Herschel Walker Paid for Girlfriend’s Abortion  The Daily Beast They’ll do anything to win this seat: Herschel Walker  Fox News View Full Coverage on Google News

Texas AG Paxton fled home with his wife to avoid subpoena in abortion case

Texas AG Paxton fled home with his wife to avoid subpoena in abortion case

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton fled his home to avoid being served a subpoena Monday in a federal lawsuit filed by groups seeking to help Texans receive out-of-state abortions, court filings show. Paxton ran from the garage of his home in McKinney, Texas, into a truck driven by his wife, state Sen. Angela Paxton, while … Read more

9/24/22 Rep. Cheri Bustos, former chair of the DCCC, talks inflation, abortion, Jan. 6th & midterms

9/24/22 Rep. Cheri Bustos, former chair of the DCCC, talks inflation, abortion, Jan. 6th & midterms

WASHINGTON (Gray DC) – Washington, DC – Gray Television White House correspondent and senior national editor Jon Decker interviewed Rep. Cheri Bustos (D-Illinois), former chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) for the third episode of Gray TV’s Midterm Election Series, “Election 2022 Just the Facts,” airing Saturday, September 24 and Sunday, September 25. … Read more

“I am very, very, very sorry” Roe was overturned

“I am very, very, very sorry” Roe was overturned

Former Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, in his first televised interview since retiring from the bench in June, lamented the court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade, saying he is “very, very, very sorry” about it. Driving the news: “Was I happy about it? Not for an instant. Did I do everything I could to persuade … Read more

Louisiana woman travels to New York for abortion of fetus with no skull

Louisiana woman travels to New York for abortion of fetus with no skull

A Louisiana woman who was denied an abortion after her fetus was diagnosed with a fatal condition traveled to New York to receive the procedure earlier this month.  Nancy Davis said last month that she was not allowed to have the procedure after doctors told her the fetus had acrania, a condition in which its … Read more

The Queen’s death and the future of the monarchy

The Queen’s death and the future of the monarchy

“An icon.” “The embodiment of an era.” “The definition of service.” The death of Queen Elizabeth II, and the end of the second Elizabethan era has caused the United Kingdom, the realm and countries in the Commonwealth to stop, pause and reflect on the life and legacy of the longest-reigning monarch in British history, one … Read more