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The Supreme Court allows emergency abortions in Idaho for now in a limited ruling The Supreme Court allows emergency abortions in Idaho for now in a limited ruling 06/27/2024 07:46pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The Supreme Court cleared the way Thursday for Idaho hospitals to provide emergency abortions, for now, in a procedural order that left key questions unanswered and could mean the issue ends up before the conservative-majority court again soon. The order was briefly posted on th Israel lets 19 kids leave Gaza who are sick or wounded, first medical evacuation in nearly 2 months Israel lets 19 kids leave Gaza who are sick or wounded, first medical evacuation in nearly 2 months 06/27/2024 07:13pm • KHAN YOUNIS, Gaza Strip (AP) Israeli authorities say 68 people 19 sick or wounded children plus their companions have been allowed out of the Gaza Strip and into Egypt in the first medical evacuation since early May, when the territorys sole travel crossing was shut down after Israel California bill crafted to require school payments to college athletes pulled by sponsor 06/27/2024 06:33pm • SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) A proposal that would require California universities to pay their athletes through a degree completion fund has been withdrawn from consideration at the state legislature. Assemblyman Chris Holden pulled his proposed bill, the College Athlete Protection Act, from The Latest | Gaza families bid a tearful goodbye to critically ill kids leaving for treatment abroad The Latest | Gaza families bid a tearful goodbye to critically ill kids leaving for treatment abroad 06/27/2024 05:38pm • Families bid a tearful goodbye to over a dozen critically ill children who left Gaza for treatment abroad on Thursday. Its the first medical evacuation since the territorys sole travel crossing shut down in early May after Israeli forces captured it, Palestinian officials say. Kamela Abukweik 7 in 10 Americans think Supreme Court justices put ideology over impartiality: AP-NORC poll 7 in 10 Americans think Supreme Court justices put ideology over impartiality: AP-NORC poll 06/27/2024 12:02am • WASHINGTON (AP) A solid majority of Americans say Supreme Court justices are more likely to be guided by their own ideology rather than serving as neutral arbiters of government authority, a new poll finds, as the high court is poised to rule on major cases involving former President Donald Trum The Latest | Iran-allied militants claim an attack targeting the Israeli port city of Eilat The Latest | Iran-allied militants claim an attack targeting the Israeli port city of Eilat 06/26/2024 05:58pm • An Iranian-backed umbrella group known as the Islamic Resistance in Iraq claimed an attack targeting the southern Israeli port city of Eilat on Wednesday. The militants are allied with Yemen's Houthi rebels, who are suspected of attacking a ship in the Gulf of Aden the same day. Shipping has reduce Justices seem set to allow emergency abortions in Idaho for now, a prematurely posted opinion says Justices seem set to allow emergency abortions in Idaho for now, a prematurely posted opinion says 06/26/2024 05:57pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The Supreme Court appears poised to allow emergency abortions in Idaho when a pregnant patients health is at serious risk, according to a copy of the opinion briefly posted on the court's website Wednesday and obtained by Bloomberg News. The document suggests the court will fi What is the federal law at the center of the Supreme Court's latest abortion case? What is the federal law at the center of the Supreme Court's latest abortion case? 06/26/2024 04:58pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The Supreme Court appears ready to rule that hospitals in Idaho may provide medically necessary abortions to stabilize patients at least for now, despite the state's strict abortion law, according to a copy of the opinion that was briefly posted on Wednesday to the court's websit Parliament speaker. The Tehran mayor. A heart surgeon. The race is on for Iran's next president Parliament speaker. The Tehran mayor. A heart surgeon. The race is on for Iran's next president 06/25/2024 11:04am • Six candidates have been approved by Iran's theocracy to run in Fridays presidential election to replace the late President Ebrahim Raisi, who died in a helicopter crash with several other officials in May. Among them, Irans parliament speaker stands out as the most recognizable figure. A litt Charitable donations continue to decline, down 2.1% in 2023, according to a new Giving USA report Charitable donations continue to decline, down 2.1% in 2023, according to a new Giving USA report 06/25/2024 09:42am • Charitable giving dropped 2.1% in 2023 after inflation, according to the most recent Giving USA report, the key findings of which were released Tuesday. For years now, nonprofits have been worried about the decline in the number of Americans who give. This years Giving USA report wont allay th The Latest | Netanyahu says he will only accept a partial cease-fire deal that would not end the war The Latest | Netanyahu says he will only accept a partial cease-fire deal that would not end the war 06/24/2024 06:21pm • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he will only accept a partial cease-fire deal that would not end the 8-month-long war in Gaza, casting doubt on the viability of a U.S.-backed truce proposal. Netanyahu said he was ready to make a partial deal to bring back some of the 120 hostages House ethics panel reviews 2 GOP lawmakers' campaign payments to private social clubs House ethics panel reviews 2 GOP lawmakers' campaign payments to private social clubs 06/24/2024 05:29pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The House Ethics Committee said Monday it was reviewing separate accusations against two Republican congressmen from Texas that allege they violated ethics rules by using campaign funds to pay membership dues at private social clubs. The bipartisan panel released findings that Re How victims of LGBTQ hate crimes can get help in DC How victims of LGBTQ hate crimes can get help in DC 06/24/2024 10:31am • "Continue to be brave, continue to be smart and continue to be safe," is the advice shared with LGBTQ people trying to navigate through lifes challenges by Monroe Poston, a D.C. native and transgender woman. Poston is the workforce development and outreach specialist for the D.C. Mayor's Offic Here's what's at stake for Biden and Trump in this week's presidential debate Here's what's at stake for Biden and Trump in this week's presidential debate 06/24/2024 09:52am • NEW YORK (AP) Rarely, if ever, has one candidate in a presidential debate had so much material to use against the other. Republican Donald Trump has been convicted of 34 felony counts with serious charges in three other indictments still pending. As president, Trump nominated three of the justic Democrats wrestle with whether to attend Netanyahu's address to Congress as many plan to boycott Democrats wrestle with whether to attend Netanyahu's address to Congress as many plan to boycott 06/23/2024 09:15am • WASHINGTON (AP) The last time Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the U.S. Congress, nearly 60 Democrats skipped his speech nine years ago, calling it a slap in the face to then-President Barack Obama as he negotiated a nuclear deal with Iran. With Netanyahu scheduled to address
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