At 63-years-old, nobody believes aging pop star Madonna is anywhere close to being “Like a Virgin,” but social media wasn’t thrilled with the X-rated performance she put on during New York City’s Pride weekend.
Protester is arrested by LAPD / Screenshot via Twitter
Protests erupted across the U.S. yesterday in the wake of the Dobbs v. Jackson decision. Pro-abortion protesters took to the streets of major U.S. cities like Washington, New York City, and Los Angeles.
While many of the demonstrations were peaceful, some got out of hand. The LAPD declared an unlawful assembly in downtown Los Angeles as some protesters were getting out of hand. Some protesters in Los Angeles managed to get onto the 110 Freeway and block traffic, and others clashed with police on an onramp.
Senators Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Susan Collins (R-ME) declared Friday they would prioritize federal pro-abortion legislation in the wake of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade.
A federal appeals court temporarily blocked the Food and Drug Administration's order banning Juul products, allowing the company to present further arguments against an order it calls politically motivated.
Some are tentatively considering 2024 runs for president, some are simply serving their states, but all of them have responded in some form to the Supreme Court's historic ruling earlier today. Here's how some of the most well-known Republican governors have reacted.
The Supreme Court's Friday morning opinion on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization not only featured the majority opinion and dissent, but also included two separate concurring opinions issued by Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Clarence Thomas.
Former Trump Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark's home was searched in the early hours of Wednesday morning, a move he decried as "highly politicized" during an interview with Fox News' Tucker Carlson.