The Supreme Court is expected to rule on workplace vaccine mandates.
Labor Secretary Marty Walsh says that many businesses are already on board with the Biden vaccine mandate even if the Supreme Court decides against it.
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The US Supreme Court on Thursday blocked President Joe Biden's mandate for large businesses to be tested for the H1N1 flu at a time when the number of infections is increasing. The cases tested presidential powers to address a public health crisis that has killed more than 845,000 Americans. Six conservative justices ruled in favor of the ruling and three liberal justices dissented.
A Cook County judge was caught on camera mocking an attorney who appeared before him for arguments earlier in the day. Can you imagine waking up next to her? Judge William Raines exclaimed, Oh, my God. If you paid me, I wouldn't have a visual on that. A link to the live stream of Tuesday's court call was there.
The Supreme Court temporarily blocked the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for large employers but allowed a separate rule to apply only to health care workers.
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The Democratic senator has killed the elections bills that her party was pushing.
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The Supreme Court stopped the Biden administration from requiring employees at large businesses to wear a mask or be tested for COVID-19. The administration can proceed with a vaccine mandate for most health care workers.
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Data on thousands of pregnant women in Scotland shows that those who didn't get vaccinations were more likely to end up in the hospital.
The child tax credit payments last year were only half of a family's estimated credit.
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It was the same thing as when I watched my cellmate Paul Manafort give his first TV interview after his release from prison. Sean Hannity had him to throw a pity party and promote his upcoming book, Political Prisoner: Persecuted, Prosecu, because they are all on the same team.
A new lawsuit filed in federal court in Alabama claims that Walmart requires female truck drivers to either wear company-supplied men's pants or buy their own uniforms.
The American Red Cross warns that the U.S. is facing a national blood shortage. People who have sex with gay or bisexual men are not allowed to give blood. The FDA bars people who have had sex with gay or bisexual men from donating blood for three months after the most recent sexual contact because of fears of HIV in the blood supply.
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The Judiciary Committee chair said that Republicans chose to abandon the courtesy of moving a Biden appeals court pick without blue slips.
Someone may need to tell Rep. Mo Brooks to stop talking because he is not helping the former prosecutor in the case. He believes that his speech on January 6 was part of his official duties as a congressman.
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The newly disclosed text message shows that Ingraham advised the White House on how to get Trump to make marks on camera.
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More than 1,000 health care workers in Arizona have asked the government to help them. Why won't Gov. Doug Ducey listen?
The president and vice president went to Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, to urge congress to pass voting rights protections. Some of his Congressional peers were not happy with one part of his speech.