Pride parades kicked off in some of America’s biggest cities as the Supreme Court’s Roe v Wade ruling cast its shadow over LGBTQ rights.
- by Bobby Caina Calvan
The congresswoman, who was among those who voted to overturn the results of the 2020 election, previously came under criticism for quoting Adolf Hitler.
- by Jill Colvin
The decision by the US Supreme Court to overturn the 1973 judgment known as Roe v Wade is a worrying sign on many levels.
- The Herald's View
Ghislaine Maxwell has been put on suicide watch at a Brooklyn jail, and may seek to delay her Tuesday sentencing for aiding Jeffrey Epstein’s sexual abuse of underage girls, her lawyer said.
- by Jonathan Stempel
“When I went to bed, I had my appointment and everything was set, and then today it’s like pre-1973,” one woman said.
- by Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs
In a study of adults who’d already had three vaccine doses, Pfizer said two new booster methods substantially increased Omicron-fighting antibodies.
- by Lauran Neergaard
The media titan is once again generating headlines. But talk of a split from wife Jerry Hall is only one of the reasons.
- by Stephen Brook
States have already started enacting bans. Pro-choice groups warn the decision to overturn Roe v Wade may lead to more unsafe procedures.
- by Farrah Tomazin
In the House, 14 Republicans joined Democrats, following similar numbers in the Senate, to approve the bill. Voters have been repulsed over last month’s mass shootings.
- by Alan Fram
Both parties emerged with a compromise to curb bloodshed that has come to regularly shock — yet no longer surprise — the nation.
- by Alan Fram