Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Tag: U.S. Supreme Court

Newsbreak February 25, 2022

Western countries respond to attack Russia with sanctions. President Biden nominates the first Black woman to serve the Supreme Court and she is from...

Newsbreak December 1, 2021

Three students die and eight are injured in a school shooting in Oxford, Michigan. The Supreme Court begins oral arguments on the Mississippi abortion...

Newsbreak November 1, 2021

Due to staff shortages and bad weather conditions, American Airlines canceled over 600 flights yesterday. A second person is behind bars in connection to...

Texas abortion law becomes one of the nation’s strictest (includes video...

A Texas law that bans abortion after six weeks took effect on Wednesday, Sept. 1, but not without some drama.  Republican Governor Greg Abbott signed...

Pro-Trump group keeps protesting in Tropical Park

Wearing red MAGA caps, waving flags and cheering, a pro-Trump group has turned Tropical Park into a rally every Saturday morning since 2016 to...

The faces behind DACA (includes video stories)

Jessica Perez Castaneda, 30, has lived in the United States for 25 years in a constant state of fear.  About 650,000 young immigrants in the...