Texas now has three significant abortion bans in place and several administrative regulations governing the procedure, setting up a potential conflict as the largest state to ban abortion navigates this new legal landscape.
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A majority share the belief that "in the next few years there will be a civil war" in the country, according to a nationally representative survey, in which one in five people justified political violence and is willing to use a weapon to achieve objectives they support.
The Supreme Court has just extended legislation that many have never heard of. Experts say the "Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act" is actually putting innocent people behind bars, and most of the cases it affects have nothing to do with terrorism or capital punishment.
The question is not whether Roe v. Wade is moral, nor if it is flawed. The question is if it had been ratified not only by the courts but by the people many times before in the past 50 years.
Big, sit-down restaurant brands are winning on a local level by offering dining experiences that appeal to the broadest audience possible. Familiarity is their secret sauce.
Former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper's memoir offers a rare glimpse into the struggle in the White House between those who supported an invasion of Venezuela and those who opposed it. They privately knew that the opposition leader, Juan Guaido, was failing to fracture the autocratic regime of Nicolas Maduro.
In the last fifteen years, the number of criminals convicted of this crime in the United States increased by 422%. Law enforcement agencies are alarmed to see a greater volume of photos and videos with babies and pre-pubers in circulating on social media and the "dark internet."
The stay of former President Donald Trump in the Oval Office represented an odyssey, as he did not take the daily briefing seriously. In this regard, senior intelligence officers have endorsed in private President Joe Biden’s decision to restrict his predecessor any access to confidential information
Amid utter chaos, the United States of America looks like a yearning, exhausted nation going through an apocalyptical pandemic and its aftereffects. Add to this the upcoming election for president. In the aftermath of November 3, 2020, Joe Biden, the challenger of US President Donald Trump, promises to be a leader for all Americans, including those at odds with him.