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The court’s six conservative justices said the CDC exceeded its authority by issuing the two-month pause on evictions in much of the country.
At least two of the court’s conservative justices seemed to suggest the law should stand whether or not the individual mandate is found unconstitutional.
The president called the format “a waste of time.” The commission made the decision “to protect the health and safety of all involved.”
The president said no Americans were harmed after Iran launched missile strikes against U.S. military forces in Iraq in apparent retaliation for the killing of Qassem Soleimani.
The president’s news conference comes a day after the U.S. and five other world powers struck a deal with Iran over its nuclear program.
The ruling allows Illinoisans to keep their health insurance subsidies under the law.
A grand jury has returned indictments against all six Baltimore Police Department officers charged in connection with the death last month of Freddie Gray.
Charlie Hebdo, the satirical French magazine that was the target of a deadly attack on Wednesday, said today it would print 1 million issues next week.
The White House says President Obama will veto any congressional legislation that approves the pipeline.
Uber, the ride-sharing service that is growing in value, is also watching its troubles mount.