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Trump insists he’s ‘strongly pro-life’ while joining Republicans in speaking out against extreme aspects of recent anti-abortion law...
President Donald Trump has distanced himself from restrictive abortion laws that don't allow for exemptions in cases of rape or incest.
Roe v. Wade makes the state bans against abortions unenforceable. Here’s how conservative activists plan to overturn it.
Anti-abortion activists have been pushing restrictive state laws for years in hopes of forcing the Supreme Court to ban the procedure nationwide.
"It's an extreme law, and they want to challenge Roe vs. Wade, but my humble view is that this is not the case we want to bring to the Supreme Court."
A wave of extreme new abortion bans is part of a larger Republican coordinated attack on Roe v. Wade
Many legal experts believe the Supreme Court's conservative majority is willing to accept an anti-abortion case for hearing this year.
Apple says services are its future. But a Supreme Court ruling Monday could ultimately harm the biggest part of its services business — its App Store.
Trump is running his administration like it’s ‘The Apprentice,’ with over a dozen people in ‘acting’ status at top posit...
Trump has taken to the practice of filling up his cabinet with people serving in an acting capacity in order to deal with relentless departures.
Trump is reportedly ‘saving’ a seat on the Supreme Court for conservative Amy Barrett in place of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
President Donald Trump is "saving" a seat on the US Supreme Court bench for judge Amy Barrett in place of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Axios reported.
"The only reason they're doing that is they're trying to catch up," Trump said of Democrats.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg works out with a personal trainer twice a week for an hour. I decided to give her workout a try.
Meek Mill, Chance the Rapper, Killer Mike, and 21 Savage just explained the history of rap music to the US Supreme Court in a legal brief
The rappers urged the justices to take up a case involving Jamal Knox, who was imprisoned for threatening police officers in his rap lyrics.