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Supreme Court briefly puts on hold lower court’s limits on abortion drug mifepristone
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito has placed a hold on a lower court ruling that restricts access to the abortion drug mifepristone until Wednesday night.
Justice Department will ask the Supreme Court to restore full access to abortion pill
The Justice Department is seeking emergency relief from the U.S. Supreme Court in a Texas case involving limited access to the abortion drug mifepristone.
Michael Jordan’s ‘Last Dance’ sneakers sell for a record-breaking $2.2 million
Jordan wore the Air Jordans during the second half of Game 2 of the NBA Finals in 1998, a historic season widely known as Jordan’s “Last Dance.“
More than half of Americans have dealt with gun violence in their personal lives
A national poll finds that a majority of Americans have felt the effects of gun violence in their personal lives.Listen — 3:39
Judges’ dueling decisions put access to a key abortion drug in jeopardy nationwide
A federal judge in Texas stayed the FDA’s approval of the drug mifepristone, while a federal judge in Washington state blocked any FDA change in access.Listen — 3:34
WATCH: Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg will hold a press conference
District Attorney Alvin Bragg will speak to reporters immediately following the arraignment hearing. This will be the first time Bragg holds a press conference on the case.
Trump has arrived in New York for his arraignment. What’s next?
The former president will spend Monday night at Trump Tower before his surrender and arraignment on Tuesday, when the historic charges against him will be unsealed.
In the end, it was an ‘Everything Everywhere’ night at the Oscars
Best picture, best original screenplay, best director, best supporting actor and actress, best actress, and best editing — Everything Everywhere All at Once — won big again and again.
The first Oscars lasted 15 minutes — plus other surprises from 95 years of awards
A lot can happen in 95 years. Ahead of the Academy Awards on Sunday, we take a look back at the surprises, the scandals, the slap and — yes — even the streaker.Listen — 8:00