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Ocasio-Cortez says US ‘witnessing a judicial coup in process’

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Poll shows majority oppose Supreme Court’s attack on fundamental rights

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‘An act of conquest’: Native Americans condemn SCOTUS tribal sovereignty ruling

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North Carolina workers file lawsuit after being fired for not attending Christian prayer meetings

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UN chief warns of ‘ocean emergency’ as leaders confront biodiversity loss, pollution

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Biden administration officials offer few details on medication abortion protections

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Amnesty report demands Biden take action to end death penalty

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Biodiversity risks could persist for decades after global temperature peak

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Abortion rights defenders applaud judge’s block on Utah ‘trigger ban’

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New polls show fall of Roe disrupting the midterms

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As Pride month closes, LGBTQ+ advocates are split on whether Biden is doing enough to protect the community

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Supreme Court takes ‘wrecking ball’ to separation of church and state with prayer ruling

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Online data could be used against people seeking abortions now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned

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As Republican states move to criminalize abortion, women considering it must protect their privacy


Clarence Thomas says Supreme Court should roll back all privacy rights

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‘In future cases, we should reconsider all of the Court’s substantive due process precedents,’ right-wing justice wrote


‘Absolutely terrifying’: criminal defense attorneys warn about impacts of Roe reversal

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The good, the bad, and the ugly of Wall Street’s climate promises

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Baby formula industry was primed for disaster long before key factory closed down

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The closure of the Similac factory may have lit the fuse for the nationwide shortage, but a combination of government policy, industry market concentration and supply chain issues supplied the powder


After massive public outcry, IRS ditches plans for facial recognition

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Federal lawmakers joined with advocacy groups that argued requiring biometric information to access records online is a “creepy and disturbing strike” at privacy and security


Extremist groups flock to ‘siege’ protest of Canada’s capitol

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Similar protests to the so-called ‘Freedom Convoy’ are reportedly being planned in the U.S. and throughout Europe


The panic over ‘critical race theory’ is merely the latest tool of Republican elites

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Why a disparate group of billionaires, GOP politicians, televangelists, media outlets, and white supremacist militias have found common cause around a new and exciting moral panic


Sanders calls on Democrats to divide spending bills into components to force GOP accountability

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After failure of massive Build Back Better Act, Vermont senator advocates passing parts of it individually


 

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