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The Supreme Court will take up ghost guns following a dispute over the Biden administration's attempt to impose new restrictions.

Supreme Court says it will hear case on Biden’s ‘ghost gun’ ban

The Supreme Court announced Monday, April 22, it will take up the issue of ghost guns, which are firearms without serial numbers. The untraceable gun kits can be purchased online and used to assemble fully functioning firearms at home – without a background check. In 2022, the Biden administration imposed regulations on ghost gun manufacturers…

The Supreme Court declined Monday to take up a case brought by Kari Lake over the use of voting machines in Arizona elections.

Supreme Court waves off Kari Lake lawsuit over electronic voting

The Supreme Court brushed aside a lawsuit Monday from Republican Senate candidate Kari Lake challenging the use of electronic voting machines in Arizona.

A federal court ruled that police can compel parolees to unlock their phones by physically using their thumbprints.

Federal court allows police to unlock parolees’ phones without warrant

A federal court ruled that police can compel parolees to unlock their phones by physically using their thumbprints. On April 17, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of Jeremy Travis Payne, who was stopped for a traffic violation in 2021 that led to charges of drug possession and distribution. Payne, on parole…

A top U.S. pediatricians’ group is making a sharp policy change about breastfeeding by people with HIV.

Gov. Newsom hopes to get Arizonans to Calif. to get abortions over 1864 ban

Gov. Gavin Newsom, D-Calif., announced plans Sunday, April 21, to help Arizonans access reproductive rights. The new initiative follows an Arizona Supreme Court ruling that upholds a Civil War-era abortion ban. Newsom is now pushing a bill that expedites the licensing process to allow Arizona abortion providers to offer services in California. The California bill…

The 12-person jury will hear opening statements in former President Donald Trump's hush money trial in New York. The Morning Rundown™

Jury to hear opening statements in Trump’s first criminal trial

The 12-person jury is set to hear opening statements in former President Donald Trump’s criminal trial. Learn more about what is in the $95 billion foreign aid package passed by the House. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Monday, April 22, 2024. Jury to hear opening statements in Trump’s first criminal trial…

Biden's student debt cancellation is just one more move to sway votes for the upcoming election, promoting a culture of irresponsibility.

Biden using taxpayer dollars to buy voters is indefensible

In July 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned President Biden’s attempt to cancel more than $400 billion in student debt. Biden has since been exploring ways to bypass the ruling. Recently, he announced that over 270,000 individuals enrolled in his income-driven repayment plan (SAVE) will have $7.4 billion in debt canceled. This action brings the…

The cancellation of a valedictorian's speech at the University of Southern California has sparked a free speech debate.

Free speech fight after USC cancels valedictorian’s speech

The University of Southern California (USC) is continuing to receive backlash for its decision to cancel this year’s valedictorian’s graduation speech. USC banned Asna Tabassum, a senior majoring in biomedical engineering, from speaking at the school’s commencement ceremony in May, as the school cited safety concerns. Some Jewish students called for USC to disinvite Tabassum,…

Supreme Court justices expressed concerns about using an obstruction statute in charging individuals involved in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, raising questions about the prosecution process.

US Supreme Court leans toward Jan. 6 rioter in obstruction case, with Trump implications

Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday signaled skepticism toward an obstruction charge brought by the Justice Department against a Pennsylvania man in the 2021 Capitol attack – a case with possible implications for the prosecution of Donald Trump for trying to overturn his 2020 election loss.

Trump recently stated that abortion should be left to the states, but no state should have the right to legalize crimes against humanity.

Trump should move ahead with federal abortion bans

Decades-long Republican efforts to roll back abortion access are now paying off in the aftermath of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Supreme Court ruling which overturned Roe v. Wade. And yet today, an overwhelming majority of Americans say that they believe at least some abortion access should be protected. GOP presidential candidate Donald…

Prominent figures come together at the White House as President Joe Biden hosts a state dinner for the Japanese Prime Minister. The Morning Rundown™

Biden hosts White House state dinner before trilateral summit

Prominent figures come together at the White House as President Joe Biden hosts a state dinner for the Japanese Prime Minister, and outrage from Democrats over the Arizona Supreme Court’s abortion ruling leads to shouting in the state house. These stories and more highlight The Morning Rundown for Thursday, April 11, 2024. Biden hosts state…