Abortion Rights Were Decimated Across The US In 2022, But These People Showed The Fight For Access Isn’t Over
Lawyers, activists, and voters stood up for abortion rights even as access crumbled in the US this year.
A Supreme Court Case On Andy Warhol’s Portraits Of Prince Could Force Artists To Change How They Make Art
The star-studded case could have big implications for the creation and use of art.
"By allowing this law to go into effect, Arizona has put the lives of pregnant people and their doctors at risk," the ACLU of Arizona said.
Police said it wasn't immediately clear why he drove to the Capitol complex.
“It's exhausting to even think about trying to do this again in the environment that we're in now,” one LGBTQ campaigner said.
Jackson has ascended to the court at a critical time, with both the institution and the country rife with division.
Republicans have publicly cheered the decision, even going so far as to call for a national abortion ban.
Megan Thee Stallion Gave A Passionate Defense Of Abortion Rights And Called Out The Supreme Court At Glastonbury
“My body, my motherfucking choice,” the rapper said.
Olivia Rodrigo Performed "Fuck You" At Glastonbury As A Dedication To The Supreme Court Justices Who Overturned Roe V. Wade
“So many women and so many girls will die because of this," Rodrigo said onstage at the Glastonbury Festival in England.
The celebs are mad and they are tweeting.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas: Laws On Same-Sex Marriage And Relationships, As Well As Contraception, Should Be Next
President Joe Biden warned the Supreme Court decision on abortion had set the US on an “extreme and dangerous path” that could overturn marriage equality, among other rights.
“All abortion providers across the country, whether it be Planned Parenthood or independent providers, are prepared for this.”
Liberal Supreme Court Justices Couldn't Preserve Abortion As A Constitutional Right. Here's Their Dissent.
"One result of today’s decision is certain: the curtailment of women’s rights, and of their status as free and equal citizens."
For pregnant people with low incomes, who are disproportionately people of color, abortion care may now be out of reach as states in the South and Midwest move to outlaw the procedure.
Sen. Ted Cruz successfully argued for an end to a cap on how much money candidates can collect after an election to repay their own personal loans.
The Texas Supreme Court Said The State Can Resume Investigating Parents Of Trans Youth For "Child Abuse"
But the court also ruled that state officials could not continue investigating the family whose lawsuit prompted the initial injunction.
Here's what you need to know ahead of the Supreme Court's ruling on abortion access.
It’s unknown what the court’s final ruling will be, but a Politico report shows the conservative justices are at least seriously considering ending decades of abortion protections.
"It has taken 232 years and 115 prior appointments for a Black woman to be selected to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States, but we've made it."
The Senate voted 53–47 on Thursday to confirm Jackson.
“Congress makes political decisions,” Jackson told members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Republicans Cautiously Laid Out Their Attacks On Ketanji Brown Jackson While Democrats Praised Her Historic Nomination
Both parties praised Jackson as an impressive nominee while previewing the political battle that will play out in future hearings.
Cosby was released last June after Pennsylvania's Supreme Court overturned his rape conviction, ruling that his constitutional rights had been violated during the prosecution.
Jackson’s docket over the years featured fights over Trump-era policies and investigations and high-profile criminal prosecutions.
Jackson is the first Black woman selected for the high court.
State Abortion Restrictions Are Ramping Up Like Never Before As The Supreme Court Prepares To Make A Crucial Decision
According to the Guttmacher Institute, 507 anti-abortion restrictions have been introduced in 39 states as of Wednesday.
Biden’s Supreme Court Promise Underscores A Reality: Black Women Rarely Get to The Federal Judiciary
Biden pledged to nominate the first Black woman for the US Supreme Court. The rest of the judiciary hasn’t fared much better in representing them or other women of color.
Senate Democrats may not unanimously agree on much, but they’ve shown they can rally behind Biden’s judicial nominees time and time again.
Biden has pledged to choose a Black woman as the court’s next justice.