A group of Amazon.com Inc. employees plans to march in Seattle’s Pride Parade on Sunday to protest the online retailer’s sale of books they consider anti-transgender — an action that threatens to erode the company’...Read more
President Joe Biden criticized the U.S. Supreme Court for making “terrible decisions,” a day after it struck down the constitutional right to abortion.
Biden commented during a signing ceremony Saturday for gun safety...Read more
NEW YORK — Thirteen protesters railing against the Supreme Court’s decision to eliminate the constitutional right to abortion were arrested during a late-night march on Friday in Midtown, cops said.
A dozen adults and...Read more
President Joe Biden’s administration is still exploring legal options to buttress protections for abortion services, but a top spokeswoman signaled his team sees few or none after what Biden called a “terrible” ...Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision establishing for the first time a constitutional right to carry a handgun outside the home for self-defense is a bright spot in what’s been a bleak time for the National Rifle ...Read more
Sitting in the Richland County jail on financial fraud charges, once powerful Lowcountry lawyer Alex Murdaugh fretted about getting his surviving son, Buster, back into the University of South Carolina’s law school.
LOS ANGELES — Less than a month after sweeping water restrictions took effect across Southern California, early indications suggest residents are finally heeding calls to conserve as officials report a noticeable drop in...Read more
Ghislaine Maxwell is seeking to block four women who say they were victims of her and Jeffrey Epstein from speaking at her sentencing next week for sex-trafficking.
Maxwell, who is to be sentenced on June 28, asked U.S. ...Read more
SAN ANTONIO — There were 27 patients scheduled to receive abortions Friday at Alamo Women’s Reproductive Services in San Antonio.
Some were already waiting outside when the clinic opened at 9 a.m., doing their best to...Read more
Starbucks said Friday it will reimburse abortion travel expenses for partners enrolled in its health care plan if a legal provider isn't in the partner's state of residence or within 100 miles of their home.
Responding to...Read more
A 32-year-old Los Angeles police officer who suffered fatal neck injuries during a department training last month had been getting beaten by other officers in an exercise meant to “simulate a mob,” according to a ...Read more
Many major Washington employers responded to Friday's U.S. Supreme Court decision throwing out constitutional protections for abortion with renewed pledges to pay the way for employees who must travel to access ...Read more
Tech companies including Microsoft, Amazon, Meta, Apple and Google will cover or reimburse employees for travel expenses related to medical procedures, including abortions.
Amazon announced in May it would cover up to $4,...Read more
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that protected the constitutional right to an abortion, it won’t just be harder for women to get the procedure — states have also ...Read more
NEW YORK — Protesters crowded Union Square and Greenwich Village on Friday evening to express anger over the Supreme Court’s ruling eliminating the constitutional right to abortion.
“It’s really upsetting,” said...Read more
Gov. Gavin Newsom and state lawmakers have reached a tentative deal to return $9.5 billion in tax refunds to Californians, sending as much as $1,050 to families this fall in long-awaited financial relief from record-high ...Read more
ORLANDO, Fla. — The National Hurricane Center has its eye on two systems with the potential to form into the season’s next tropical depression or storm.
New on Saturday is an area of low pressure the could form early ...Read more
OLYMPIA, Wash. – In fiery remarks by the state Capitol steps, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Saturday blasted the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade as “radical” and “un-American,” and called for a ...Read more
On a U.S. Supreme Court dominated by an ambitious conservative wing, Chief Justice John Roberts has become a man on an island.
The 67-year-old chief justice, appointed in 2005 by Republican President George W. Bush, is a ...Read more
President Joe Biden signed gun safety legislation into law that he called the most significant of its kind in decades, restricting firearms access for the youngest buyers and offering incentives for states to set up “red...Read more
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