Are Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) weather cameras offline along the entire coastline of the lower 48 states? No, that's not true: In an email to Lead Stories, the FAA said it has no weather camera systems in those areas. Hundreds
California's governor declared a state of emergency to speed efforts to combat the monkeypox outbreak, becoming the second state in three days to take the step.
Pens provided by Maricopa County are part of a plot to rig the Arizona primary.
Did Dominion voting machines fail testing for a primary recount in the race for Colorado secretary of state? No, that's not true: Dominion Voting Systems, the Colorado secretary of state's office and the El Paso County clerk and recorder'
Tudor Dixon, a Republican candidate for governor in Michigan, proposes to phase out the state’s individual income tax, though she has not detailed how she would cut state government spending to make up for the lost revenue. Since the tax helps to
U.S. Capitol police arrested 35 people outside the Supreme Court, of whom 17 were lawmakers, including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Donald Trump's Director of Communication confirms the statement is fake. There are no reports to corroborate Trump wished Biden a speedy recovery.
"In the Wisconsin State Assembly this session, more than 75% of GOP bills received a public hearing. Meanwhile, the GOP allowed less than 2% of Democratic bills to have a hearing."
https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/biden-covid-trump-statement/ Claim After U.S. President Joe Biden was
(Photo by Bridget Bennett/Getty Images)After the White House announced that President Joe Biden tested positive for COVID-19 Thursday, an image of what was purportedly a statement on the matter from Donald Trump went viral.Clay Travis @ClayTravisDonald
An image is spreading supposedly showing a statement by the former president wishing Biden a "speedy recover" because "no one wants Kamala [Harris]" as president.
Now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, sending abortion policy back to the states, could the court do the same thing with same-sex marriage by overturning the 2015 ruling […] The post Same-sex marriage would be illegal in 25 to
If the Supreme Court were to overturn its Obergefell decision, as some have speculated it might do after overturning Roe v. Wade, same-sex marriage would likely become illegal overnight in two-thirds of the states.
Boris Johnson and the other ministers who resigned are not entitled to £420,000 between them. The true figure is much lower.
Most of the states that have acted quickly to curb abortions after the reversal of Roe v. Wade have decided to do away with one longstanding element of abortion policymaking: […] The post 15 states with new or impending abortion limits have no ex
More than 75% of Americans support allowing legal abortions in cases of rape and incest. But such exceptions are absent from most of the abortion bans that are poised to become law in some states.
Jim Thorpe has been reinstated as the sole winner of the 1912 Olympic pentathlon and decathlon in Stockholm — nearly 110 years after being stripped of those gold medals.
Abortion is available at any point of pregnancy and for any reason in Alaska, Colorado, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon and Vermont.
The Civics Secures Democracy Act “would allow the Biden administration to buy off states with $6 billion” if they adopt critical race theory.
Quick Take Seven people died in a mass shooting in a Chicago suburb on Independence Day. Police said they believe the shooter was dressed in women’s clothing to conceal his identity and help him during his escape. But some social media users are
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis “signs bill requiring Florida students, professors to register political views with (the) state.”
Governors in states where abortion will remain legal are looking for ways to protect any patients who travel there for the procedure — along with the providers who help them — from being prosecuted by their home states.
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Here's the legal status of abortion in all 50 states.
When the U.S. Supreme Court overruled Roe v. Wade — the five-decade-old decision that protected abortion rights nationally — it created a new legal battlefield. One of the most vexing […] The post Can states punish women for traveling out of
On June 28 2022, amid discussions of the countless ripple effects caused by ending Roe v. Wade, a Facebook page shared a screenshot of a viral tweet claiming that the primary cause of death for pregnant women in the United States was homicide, attached
It is disappointing to see that the Philippines Securities and Exchange Commission affirmed its earlier decision to revoke the certificates of incorporation of Rappler Inc. and Rappler Holdings Corporation, effectively […] The post The Internatio
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A physician we consulted raised concerns that abortion bans could delay crucial medical care for some.
One of the legal questions raised by the overturning of Roe v. Wade is whether states can legally punish women for traveling out of state to seek abortions. Legal experts say there are precedents on both sides. We take a closer look.
Did Kentucky legislation require women to submit a doctor's statement about whether they are pregnant? No, that's not true: An amendment in 2019 to an abortion "trigger bill" that would outlaw abortion in Kentucky was proposed as a protes
After the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade — effectively reversing the decades-old landmark decision recognizing the right to an abortion — an Imgur account shared a screenshot of a tweet referencing a statement by t
On June 27 2022, an Imgur user shared a post claiming the United States had the highest rate of maternal mortality among developed nations, as part of am ongoing national discussion about the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade: Wh
“We’ve got a parole board right now that has released 20 cop killers in the last two years under Hochul.”
Now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, the rules governing abortion revert to the states. Here’s a rundown on what happens next, state by state.
The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years in a decision by its conservative majority to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The language in the court’s majority opinion heightened concern that other state laws may now be in jeopardy.
Ohio State University has won its fight to trademark the word “The.”
“Wisconsin's archaic abortion ban is older than 20 states."
A Jan. 6 committee hearing detailed the impact of Trump’s election falsehoods. A Georgia election clerk described how her life was upended and her family harassed with racist texts. An Arizona Republican leader told of the ugly texts, death threats a