The Supreme Court struck down President Joe Biden’s student loan “forgiveness” plan Friday. The nation’s highest court heard arguments in February in two cases: Biden v. Nebraska and Department of Education v. Brown.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday to block affirmative action in two closely watched lawsuits against Harvard and the University of North Carolina (UNC).
It considers whether taxes on unrealized gains are legal under the 16th Amendment, which enables Congress to tax incomes “without apportionment among the several States.”
Fossil fuels continued to overwhelmingly dominate global energy supply in 2022, holding steady at roughly 82% of consumption despite the rapid growth of renewables, according to the Energy Institute’s (EI) Statistical Review of World Energy report released Monday.
Elon Musk declared Wednesday morning that the words “cis” and “cisgender” will now be considered slurs on Twitter.
A New York pesticide ban heading to Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul’s desk could be devastating to farmers and crops throughout the state, according to scientists and farmers.
Eliminating cows increases food domination, and profits for global corporations. It does not profit the environment much at all.
New proposed regulations on automobile emissions from the Environmental Protection Agency would require 60% of new car sales to be electric vehicles by 2030 and 67% by 2032, compared to the fewer than 6% that were on the road in 2022 — for no environmental benefit.
Transgender cyclist Austin Killips won the women’s title in a North Carolina bike race Saturday, finishing more than four minutes ahead of the second-place female challenger.
Emails were sent to media organizations across the state accusing Target of bowing “to the wishes of the far-right extremists who want to exterminate us,” according to KPLC. Multiple stores across the nation have received similar bomb threats.
Trump has already been indicted by a New York grand jury for a different state matter, but a federal indictment from the Department of Justice overseen by President Joe Biden, an opposing political opponent, is unprecedented ground for U.S. politics.
President Joe Biden’s Department of Justice will work “hand-in-hand” with the LGBTQ community as a response to Republican-led legislation and “threats” tied to “hate groups and domestic violent extremists,” the White House announced on Thursday.