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"At midway Hickory hills reporting 44 at the lakefront it's 48. Frankie, I'm gonna just map bands. At 7 40. Chicago police arrested a 17 year old Wednesday for two armed robberies in Humboldt park. The team is facing two felony accounts of armed robbery, along with another felony account of attempted robbery in a misdemeanor count as criminal trespass to vehicle and physical control. He was arrested in the 900 block of north Monticello avenue for robbing a 51 year old man, a 49 year old woman and attempting to rob a 46 year old woman. The robberies happened in the 3800 block of west cortland street in each robbery, the teen was armed with a gun. Karolina gaira bay one O 5 9 WB M 2022 was an election year and CBS News chief Washington correspondent major Garrett looks back on the midterm election campaigns. It was the red wave that wasn't. It didn't happen. A midterm without a mandate, inflation and crime were on the minds of voters. These are just going the wrong way. The economy and everything has to change. But they also came out on behalf of abortion rights. Now a state issue after the Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade this summer. What we saw on January 6th never happened again. Voters also rejected the most visible proponents of the big lie. The election was rigged and stolen. It's a shame. Former president Trump's baseless claim that the 2020 election was stolen. CBS News projects income a democratic senator Catherine Cortez masto will win. When the dust settled, Democrats defied predictions and held the Senate. Republicans barely won a majority in the House. Our work begins now. Let's get America back on track. Trump announced a third bid for the presidency, but found more GOP skeptics than ever support the Republican nominee, but I don't know that it will be him. President Biden now, 80, was vindicated by midterm results and says he intends to seek reelection. Major Garrett, CBS News, Washington. Model Alyssa Scott has announced on Instagram that she gave birth on December 14th to her second child with The Masked Singer host Nick Cannon. They named her halo Marie cannon. She's the second child born to the couple
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"On the next all of it, the new film on the come up is based on the novel by Angie Thomas. It's about a young female rapper trying to make it, but who has to decide whether to compromise her values to hit it big. It was directed by sana lathan, who also stars in the film, she and Angie Thomas join us to discuss. I'm Alison Stewart join me for all of it. Weekdays at noon. On WNYC. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve inskeep in Washington. And a Martinez in Culver City, California. After a tumultuous first term that ended in June, the U.S. Supreme Court returns today to officially open a second potentially turbulent term. As NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina totenberg reports, abortion may not be on the docket this term, but the court may take action on other long established decisions that conservatives have opposed. It may be hard to beat last term sustained and dramatic turn to the right, which included most prominently the overturning of a half century of precedence that previously had guaranteed women the right to terminate most pregnancies. But the court may well rock the boat again despite the fact that it finds its approval ratings plummeting to historic lows, so much so the chief justice John Roberts sought to defend the court's legitimacy while speaking to a conference of judges and lawyers in Colorado. Decisions have always been subject to intense criticism. And that is entirely appropriate. But lately the criticism is phrased in terms of legitimacy of the court. And I think it's a mistake to view those criticisms in that light. It is the job of the court to say what the law is, he said. And that role doesn't change simply because people disagree with this opinion or that opinion. You don't want the political branches telling you what the law is, and you don't want public opinion to be the guide of what the appropriate decision is. But justice Elena Kagan pointedly disagreed with some of what Robert said, noting in three separate appearances that in her view, a court's legitimacy has to be earned. Here she is at northwestern's pritzker law school talking about why precedent should be reversed only in the most rare cases. Precedent, she said, is a foundation stone of law, a doctrine of stability that tells people they can rely on the law, but if all of a sudden everything is up for grabs, all of a sudden, very fundamental principles of law are being overthrown. Then people have a right to say that. What's going on there? That doesn't seem very low like or as she put it at salve Regina university in Rhode Island. The court shouldn't be like wandering around just inserting itself into every hot button issue in America. And it especially shouldn't be doing that in a way that reflects one set of political views over another. Kagan can see probably better than the rest of us that there may well be more dramatic right turns again this year on everything from affirmative action to voting rights to clean water regulations and an asserted First Amendment right to discriminate against same sex couples in public accommodations. Indeed, the conservative courts appetite for hot button issues appears unabated. The question of precedent will rear its head again this term in a case challenging the affirmative action programs at Harvard and the university of North Carolina. For more than four decades, the court has ruled that race may be one of many factors considered in college admissions. But the issue is back this term before a very different court. The starkest question is whether the previous decisions were grievously wrong. The same rationale the court majority used last term in overturning roe versus wade. Supreme Court advocate Roman Martinez knows that the challengers in this case rest heavily on the Supreme Court's 1954 decision outlawing segregation in public schools. In other words, affirmative action they say is a form of discrimination. The challengers essentially argue that the constitution and the equal protection clause are colorblind. Race is also at the heart of a new challenge to a provision of the Voting Rights Act. Since 2013, the court has struck down or neutered key provisions of the landmark 1965 law, and it appears poised to do it again in a case that involves allegations that Alabama engaged in racial gerrymandering to limit the influence of African American voters. And race is central to a challenge to the 1978 Indian child welfare act. Texas and a group of white adoptive parents are challenging the law because it mandates that where at all possible Indian children are to be adopted or fostered in Indian homes. There are two other huge cases before the court that will Garner lots of attention. One is a test of civil rights laws that exist in most states requiring that when a commercial entity offers products or services to the public, the business may not discriminate based on race, religion, national origin, or gender. Challenging these laws is Laurie Smith, a web designer in Colorado, who doesn't want to make designs for same sex couples because she asserts that would violate her religious principles, as Georgetown university's Kelsey corcoran puts it because the court has limited the argument to smith's contention that the Colorado law violates her right of free expression. If Smith is correct that there's a free speech right to selectively choose her customers based on the messages she wants to endorse. I think it would apply to a white supremacist who doesn't want to provide services to people of color because that would be expressing a message of endorsement. And lastly, the court will hear a major election law case involving the so called independent state legislature theory. In the current case, the North Carolina Supreme Court struck down a congressional redistricting plan on the grounds that it was an unconstitutional racial gerrymander barred by the state constitution. The Republican leaders of the state legislature challenged the state court decision. Their argument in its most extreme form is that no state court and no state agency may interfere with the state legislature's declaration of election rules. Opponents contend that would mean the state legislatures would be free to do almost anything they want without any supervision by state courts, and without being able to delegate to local officials, rules on how to run elections. While state judges frequently disagree in this case, the conference of chief justices representing all the chief legal officers in the states has filed a brief opposing much of North Carolina's argument. State judges they say do indeed have the power under the constitution to review state election laws. Nina totenberg, NPR news, Washington.
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"When I heard they reverse roe versus wade. You taking us back to the dark ages, but Kansas anti abortion activist made down to her supports changing the Kansas constitution. I was actually adopted from China and so personally I've always felt kind of grateful to my birth parents that they decided to keep me. And give me up for adoption. Meanwhile, today, there are additional elections in the state of Ohio for state legislative districts. You're listening to NPR. On WNYC at 6 O four, good morning, I'm Michael hill 72 with some clouds out there this morning. Today mostly sunny and a high of 89. Delays this morning on the DE and F trains in the city. Two NYPD officers are on Staten Island, have now been arrested for allegedly using fraudulent license plates, WNYC Samantha max reports. Sergeant Adrian the Jesus of the 123rd precinct was arrested there last Wednesday on charges that he used a fake license plate and then lied about it. On Thursday as previously reported, officer Joseph Marino of the 122nd precinct was also arrested and charged with using fake tags to avoid toll charges, both have been arraigned and released without bail. The Jesus has faced discipline before. He was suspended 25 days without pay in 2014 for violating the department sick leave policy and skipping an interview for an internal investigation. He was promoted to sergeant in 2020. Merino's police record shows no disciplinary history. While the MTA is in the early stages of planning its congestion, pricing program, New Jersey governor Phil Murphy is already putting his foot down. Murphy says drivers from his state who enter Manhattan through the Holland or Lincoln tunnels will not pay the toll. I think I speak
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"Access. Democrats, Tim kaine, of Virginia, and kyrsten sinema, Arizona teamed up with Republican Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska on the measure. Abortion rights would be protected federally up to viability, and even passed that point if the mother's life is in danger. Viability nor the woman's life being in jeopardy is defined as a doctor would be the one to determine those things. The proposal comes weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court voted to overturn roe versus wade, the decades old decision which legalized abortion in the U.S.. If you get hit with COVID-19, how long are you contagious? If you use president Joe Biden's recent relapse as a case study, it's easy to see how confusing the guidelines can be. Joel achenbach has taken a closer look for The Washington Post and spoke with Taylor van zeiss. Joel, before his relapse, The White House was out in front saying that they've done more than the CDC requires to make sure that the president wouldn't infect anybody. And yet here we are, what are those CDC guidelines in the first place? Well, first of all, the guidelines are under review and they're going to put out some new ones. I don't think they're going to change the key guideline for exiting isolation. This is the one that we really focused on in this new article, which is right now it says, you need to isolate for 5 days and then you can come out of isolation. The problem is that's just an average and approximation of the period of time when you're likely to be most contagious. And for a lot of people, yeah, if you isolate for 5 days and come out, you probably won't give it to someone else except that the research shows people keep shedding virus on average until about day 8. They're less infectious in those later stages, but even that is an average. People can go ten days, 12 days, 13 days, and still be shedding virus. So the best way to know is to take a rapid test and get a negative result, which is what happened with President Biden last week. He had two back to back tests that were negative and then he had his event in a rose garden. He said, hey, I'm back. And what's the CDC's position on testing after infection? Because I know like for our company, for example, if you get sick, you need to test before you're going to be allowed back in the building. Does the CDC have that position too? No, the CDC says, well, you might want to take a negative and take a test and if it's positive, you need to extend your isolation to ten days. But they don't specifically recommend it. It's a bit of a puzzle, many of our expert sources who we talked to said, this is weird because it's a direct piece of evidence about how you are not still infectious as opposed to this timeline guidance, which is just an average. The reason the CDC isn't pushing for everyone to get a negative test has to do with their concern that not everyone has the opportunity to have those kind of tests, because not everyone has access to the test. And a lot of people, they need to be back at work or they need to be taken care of family members or other duties they have. And I think they felt like the guidelines they put in place last December during the omicron wave, they didn't want to change them again. And so we'll see what they come up with next. But this is definitely a point of tension between the CDC and many people in the infectious disease scientific community. And when those updates come out, we know we'll be able to find them online at Washington Post dot com from jollof and Baku's
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"Radio. I am rich valdes valdes with an S on all of the social media, some of you guys might know me from the Mark Levin show or from my own show, the this is America what rich valdes show, you can hear on the weekends, or you could hear via podcast if you missed it on the weekend, make sure you check that out. I am in while Jim is out and if you want to join this conversation tonight, it's Monday. There's a lot to discuss 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo and there's a report that's out from the Yuval the Texas legislature about the Yuval day school shooting and we're going to get to that in a moment. Also there's some updates I want to bring you on Iran as we move throughout the program later on in the program. We're going to talk about Trump's potential return in 2024 plus the latest on roe versus wade plus all the other headlines that we're going to be getting into. It was an eventful weekend and it's proving to be an eventful week thus far. Plus there was a shooting at a mall that was prevented by a good guy with a gun so we want to jump into that as well. But I want to introduce our guest, Danny Colson. He's the former deputy assistant director of the FBI and he was the commander of the FBI hostage rescue team and I want to bring him in to talk about this evolve report because who better than Danny Coulson who on this program kind of called it out a couple of weeks back. So Danny Colson, welcome to the program, sir. Thank you for having me. I'm looking forward to it. You bet. So according to the Austin American statesman, there was a several problems that they identified in the new video that was released as well as the report that was released. And there's also some commentary from the folks in the Texas state legislature representative Dustin Burroughs had this to say, listen to this. There were multiple systemic failures
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"Not interfered with. President Dave remarks extensive remarks on why he thought that the decision over during roe versus wade was entirely wrong. And can you give us an update on your thinking about lifting China tariffs, please? I tried to put a call in to the present prime minister. And he was very late there at night. I'll be talking there in the morning. I'm going to be stopping to sign the condolence book at the Japanese embassy in the way the CIA. This hasn't happened in Japan and decades and decades. I'm told all the way back to the late 30s in the mid 30s. And it's a homemade weapon. I've only seen a photograph of it. We just department is going to be going in and giving me more detail waiter as they find out the detail. But the fact is that one thing did strike my get my attention. That this is the first use of a weapon, the murder someone in Japan, and I think we have thus far have 3000, I won't hold me to the number 688 or between three and 4000 cases. They have won. One. One. And so we're going to learn more about as time goes on about motive about the whole, but Japan, the present prime minister is a very solid guy, Japan is a very, very stable ally. And I do not believe it's likely to have, but I don't know yet. Likely to have any profound destabilizing impact on Japanese security or Japanese solidarity. Thank
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"Of the justices inside their homes by outside protesters. Politically, do the governors want to take the lead in protecting the justices under state law as homeowners, knowing that the protesters have constitutional rights to assemble and engage in political speech. Protests outside the homes of the justices began in May when a draft opinion suggesting the Supreme Court was about to overturn roe versus wade was leaked. Last week the court issued a ruling that overturned roe versus wade, the 1973 ruling legalizing abortion in the U.S.. Abortion rights advocates are planning to march in D.C. to protest the overturning of roe versus wade. A permit filed with the National Park Service says the demonstration is planned to run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. next Saturday. And it could draw 10,000 people. The women's march is organizing that protest, the sign up page for the march as participants, if they're willing to risk arrest. And there's training the night before. Indications that they are stepping up the intensity of demonstrations in the fight against abortion rights. Access to the pills have become a key battle in abortion rights, with a Biden administration, preparing to argue states can't ban a medication that has received Food and Drug Administration approval. AP correspondent Ben Thompson Thomas reports. The use of abortion pills has been the most common method to end a pregnancy since 2000 when the FDA approved the main drug used to carry out the procedure. A South Dakota law has now taken effect that threatens felony punishment for anyone who prescribes medication for an abortion without a license from the state board of medical and osteopathic examiners. Planned Parenthood of Montana this week stopped providing medication abortions to patients who live in states with bands, it's said to minimize potential risk for providers, health center staff and patients when abortion rights advocate notes and forcing such bands are logistically difficult, but since their purpose is to scare people away. I'm Ben Thomas. The police chief who oversaw the response to the ivaldi, Texas, elementary school shooting, resigned from the city council, CBS News correspondent Peter king reports. Pete arradondo resignation doesn't come until the third paragraph of his letter where he says it's in the best interest of the community for him to step down as a city council member to quote minimize further distractions. He says the mayor city council and city staff must continue to move forward to unite our community once again. Coming up how to steer clear of some car repair finance companies. It's four 36. Imagine a world without breast cancer. If we could raise one more dollar, take one more step, share one more story. Think of the impact we could make. That's the power we have when we come together as one for the Susan G komen DMV tri state more than pink walk on Sunday, September 18. It's the power one more action can have the power every one of us has as an individual. The power we have as one community, it's for our mothers, sisters, Friends, and coworkers. So no matter how you make your impact, let's make 2022 count. Because it's not just about physically being together, it's about every one of us understanding the impact we can have when we commit to going $1 story and step further. The power of one starts with you. Join us on September 18 for the DMV tri state Susan G komen's more than pink walk and witness the power of one. For
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"Homes of justices. CBS News legal analyst thane Rosenbaum gave his take on the protests and the Marshalls action. Everything about these protests outside the homes of the justices is highly unusual. First, the term is over, the protests are not intended to influence a decision. Second, the marshal's office escorts the justice's to and from places when necessary, but they never have to actually guard their homes around the clock. The Marshals are not the state police, they don't have the authority to make arrests under state law, and the protesters may be violating state law. Protests outside the homes of the justices began in May when a draft opinion suggesting the Supreme Court was about to overturn roe versus wade was leaked. Last week the court issued a ruling that overturned roe versus wade, the 1973 ruling legalizing abortion in the U.S.. In the wake of the roe versus wade ruling states are considering how to deal with abortion bans. Of the 26 states that already have or are set to ban or severely restrict abortion, judges and 5 have temporarily allowed abortions to continue while the lawsuits play out. In Wisconsin, abortion stopped after the state's law reverted to an 1849 ban. And in Florida, a ban sent to take effect on abortions after 15 weeks, was temporarily blocked by a judge who said it violated state privacy protections. In Arkansas, a trigger law is now in effect, banning all abortions even in cases of rape or incest, unless they are mandatory to save the life of the mother. CBS is Christina rafini reporting.
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"Com. CBS News special report calling roe versus wade egregiously wrong a majority of 5 current Republican appointed justices of the U.S. Supreme Court have completely overturned it. I'm Stephen portnoy. The president says the high court has made a tragic error, and that conservative justices have taken the court on an extreme and dangerous path. How far removed they are from the majority of this country. A recent CBS News poll showed by a factor of two to one, Americans wanted roe versus wade kept in place. The president says the issue will be on the ballot this fall. You can have the final word. This Ohio woman once had an abortion book now regrets it and says this decision opens other options for a woman. It'll help her slow down. It'll help her consider. And most importantly, it'll start helping us all consider ending the life of a child in any case, is not right. Abortion is never the answer. The abortion issue and the controversy now go to the states. CBS News, special report. I'm Tom fordie. It's three 22. Washington's Catholic archbishop is reacting to the ruling. Cardinal Wilton Gregory says the country can now begin healing divisions that have diminished people and the society. He says, since roe V wade's decision in 1973, Catholics have in his words, tirelessly prayed and worked for a restoration of values stated in the Declaration of Independence that made this truly a great nation. Now let's take you back to the Supreme Court building right outside where double DTP Alejandra Alvarez has been watching what's been happening there since the ruling was released. The makeup of the crowd out here are these throngs of demonstrators has changed quite dramatically. Around 10 a.m. when the decision was handed down, much of the crowd were in the form of several dozen to around a hundred abortion rights opponents who began celebrating as soon as the opinion was made public. But now, that's essentially reversed the vast majority of people here are supporters of abortion rights. I'd estimate the current crowd to be in several hundreds. And it's still steadily growing and will probably continue to do so through the afternoon, especially as we near 5 o'clock several groups who support abortion rights have organized rallies in response to the decision that includes Planned Parenthood and the women's March. So the crowd out here is going to continue to grow steadily, most likely. Over the course of the afternoon into the evening. And you see all kinds of people on our video monitors holding up placards and chanting outside the Supreme Court building right now. You want to stay with me and double DT open dot com as we continue our coverage on the high court's landmark ruling on abortion. As of today, the only abortion clinic in West Virginia is no longer performing procedures. The executive director of women's health center of West Virginia says the court's ruling is making an immediate heartfelt impact. Katie quinones says west virginians will be forced to travel hundreds or thousands of miles away from home to access healthcare, and that marginalized communities will be most hurt. West Virginia's governor and attorney general have applauded the high court's decision. WTO P a three 25 money news a 25 and 55 Jeff clay bot has been quite the Friday on Wall Street. Another half hour soul trading, the Dow's up
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"Chairman and CEO of BlackRock We discuss surging inflation the recent dip in markets and the viability of ESG investing Plus what are the economic costs of gun violence in the United States We heard from an authority on the subject professor Philip cook of duke But first June is Pride Month all month long Bloomberg will be focusing on the issues of equality looking at what it means for the economy companies and investors We turn now to roe versus wade and the impact on feminine rights if it is indeed overturned We spoke with professor radhika Rao from the University of California's Hastings law school She was also a clerk for both justice thurgood Marshall and for justice Harry blackman the author of roe versus wade I definitely think that it has consequences potential consequences for many other rights including the right that was most recently affirmed to marriage equality in the same sex marriage cases In obergefell the Supreme Court extended the constitutional right to marry to couples of the same sex but it's based upon the same kind of unenumerated right to privacy or liberty under the due process clause that's at issue in dogs So if that job's opinion becomes the majority opinion the law of the land and other rights are at risk as well I thought in reading it that justice Alito who is the author on the draft opinion Tried to go out of his way to say well you shouldn't read in other things in such a same sex marriage and one of the points of distinction as I recall it You correct me if I'm wrong is there as grown a general consensus about same sex marriage across the country that still does not exist on abortion We're still deeply divided all these years later About abortion and whether it is legal whether it is moral Is there a distinction there Well justice Alito pretends that there is a distinction but it's quite interesting that he should be suggesting that there's a consensus around same sex marriage Since he dissented vociferously in the same sex marriage opinion and he suggested that it undermines rights to religious liberty which he really prizes So actually I would disagree that there's a consensus We see it across the country So many states are trying to resist and you even saw clerks in some states refusing to issue marriage licenses even after the Supreme Court declared it to be a fundamental constitutional right What other rights could be implicated by a decision such as this if again it became law Well not just same sex marriage but even contraception because the logic of justice Alito's opinion doesn't stop with abortion Many people believe that life begins at conception And if they constitutionalize that or if they enact laws to that effect then there are many forms of contraception that act after conception that prevent implantation of the embryo in a woman's uterus So those would be at risk as well Let me also come back if I could for the moment issue of abortion Assume again it's a big assumption this became law There still be some constitutional limitations on how far states could go and discouraging or prohibiting abortions because we see all sorts of things being talked about like curtailing people's ability to travel over state lines Even imposing criminal punishments on people outside of a state for a facility abortion You're right Some of the laws that we're seeing are really quite radical quite drastic But under justice Alito's reported majority opinion which it had becomes the law of land would be the majority They want to overrule versus wade which means return the issue of abortion entirely to the states So states could enact whatever laws they please And it wouldn't infringe upon a woman's fundamental liberty to terminate her pregnancy So many of these states don't create exceptions And that would be constitutional under this draft opinion I wonder as a matter of constitutional law Whether we may have gone off the rails a little bit depending on what side you're on And the underpinnings of roe versus wade One of the criticisms that opinion Joe and I know you click for justice blackman and I want to be very respectful of him One of the Christmas it wasn't specific which amendment it was actually in Where is it in the Bill of Rights Even justice the late justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had some things to say about it saying maybe we should have been more specific Is there another way to conceptualize some of these issues perhaps for example as Fourteenth Amendment equal protection rights that are more pinned to a specific provision in the constitution that maybe goes to the contextualists or the literalists I agree with you that many people have been critical of justice blackman's opinion in roe versus wade And many have suggested that it would have been better for the court to have grounded the right in the equal protection clause as he suggests Rather than in the due process clause which is really where the court grounded that right But at the time of roe that argument wasn't made and at that time the equal protection clause was not viewed as really protecting gender equality Since rho however the court has used the equal protection clause to advance gender equality and after row even justice blackman authored an opinion where he suggested that abortion is not just a matter of liberty but it's also a matter of gender equality that it's essential to advancing women's autonomy over their own bodies and to their equal citizenship stature Thanks to Radek arao law professor at the University of California's Hastings school of law Coming up we hear from Arkansas governor.
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"In Buffalo are calling a racially motivated hate crime at a supermarket in a black neighborhood Inside the store according to law enforcement a security guard or retired police officer fired at the suspect struck him but he was wearing body armor law enforcement surrounded the suspect He did surrender correspondent Michael George not suspect allegedly live streamed the shootings and New York State's governor is asking social media platforms to do something about letting things like that happen Front and center in several cities around the country the ongoing renewed debate over abortion I'm Steve Dorsey in Washington Who's ready to march Defiant pro abortion rights protesters began their march to the Supreme Court at a rally at the Washington Monument demanding nationwide protections for access to abortion It's really simple I should be able to choose At the Supreme Court Noah slater joined a small group of students opposed to roe versus wade The truth of abortion is that it harms it kills a child in the womb Polls show most Americans support abortion rights Steve Dorsey CBS News Washington With baby formula still pretty hard to find in much of the country Health experts are warning parents not to use cow's milk not to water down their formula or use juice because babies are not developmentally ready Correspondent Tom wade The White House in Congress say they are working on increasing infant formula supplies In the eastern part of Ukraine The Russian forces may have pulled back but the military here says it's too early for people to come home yet as there's still a risk of shelling To the north of the city Russian artillery killed two civilians and destroyed this cultural center used as a distribution point for humanitarian aid Oleksandr besser was preparing breakfast when his cousin's house was hit I saw fire and smoke he said when I ran there he was lying on the ground and both his legs were torn off Correspondent Deborah powder in Ukraine And Turin.
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"Now Taking to the streets amateur Jordan Fox News Pro choice protests expected at church's Sunday after a leak from the Supreme Court indicated the roe versus wade ruling might be overturned Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas reportedly said the court will not be bullied The White House says the justices privacy should be respected Google has removed a map showing the home addresses of the conservative Supreme Court Justice is saying the map is quote no longer available due to a violation of our terms of service and or policies That's not good enough for some people who say this doxing which is tech speak for publishing private or identifying information about someone on the Internet with malicious intent needs to stop There are further protests planned this weekend so far President Biden is not weighed in about them Fox's Lucas Tomlinson Sunday a show of support for Ukraine President Biden will hold a virtual meeting with Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky and G 7 leaders The meeting aims to display solidarity on the day the west recognizes as its victory over Nazi Germany On Monday the president will sign the lend lease act into law facilitating the shipment of more weapons to Ukraine The same approach was first used by the U.S. during World War II Fox is Ashley strohmeier a deadly shooting with several victims in a Mexican resort city One person was killed 6 others wounded in shootings on a main boulevard in Mexico's Caribbean coast resort of cancun a suspect was detained in relation to the attack which did not take place in the resort's hotel zone The shootings occurred on an avenue lined with restaurants and bars a bit further inland Fox's salju and Grasso strong winds are fueling the large fires in New Mexico near the sangrita crystal mountains wind gusts are topping 50 to 60 mph the flames leaving many families homeless and thousands of residents have been forced to evacuate America's listening.
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"And here are the top stories we're following for you today on WTO President Biden's concerned about the Supreme Court's draft decision to overturn roe versus wade speaking today he expressed worried that if the court makes moves against roe other decisions such as LGBTQ rights could also be in jeopardy A $140 million settlement will be split by millions of TurboTax customers who were led to believe that their tax filings would be free Anyone who paid TurboTax when they weren't supposed to get $30 for each year they were scammed And students are back in school at the Edmund Burke school in D.C.'s van Ness neighborhood after a moving morning ceremony today nearly two weeks ago at their school a sniper like shooting left three people hurt and three adulthood and a child injured as well the gunman allegedly killed himself Stay with WTO for more on these top stories in minutes New neighborhood art spaces are popping up across Maryland and they're encouraging artists to interact in a new way It's the mini art gallery neighborhood entertainment tour little boxes that allow artists to make and take art We found things from sculpture to jewelry So the project is just gotten so much tremendous love in the community China may is one of the founders of operation arts foundation the nonprofit behind the project She says they currently have pop ups and veterans park and at the gateway arts center in Brentwood We also do a reception event and we get to know our community and show them how to make art The plan is to launch four more this year creating even more space for artists to express themselves And I really feel that these boxes really help make everything accessible Melissa WTO penis Still ahead in money news Markets are mixed as we approach the fed's rate decision It is cheaper to borrow big now I'm Jeff cable Traffic.
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"roe versus wade" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Good morning Tomorrow the Supreme Court will hear a case concerning a Mississippi law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks That law contravenes roe versus wade and if the Supreme Court lets it stand that would effectively overturn row Yesterday I talked to Nancy north of the president and CEO of the center for reproductive rights Her legal team is representing Jackson women's health organization before the Supreme Court this week This Mississippi law was passed back in 2018 it directly violates roe versus wade Why did it take three years for the Supreme Court to review it Well this has been making its way through the court since we filed suit just really moments after the law was passed It was easily struck down by both the district court and the Court of Appeals But the Supreme Court waited quite a long time to agree to take the case but we're here now and it's really a watershed moment about whether the Supreme Court is going to uphold long-standing protections for the individual liberty of abortion access that profoundly impacts women's lives help and future Profoundly impacts women's lives health and future you are talking about very high stakes Why is this particular case so important If Mississippi's law is upheld the only way the court would be able to do that would be to essentially overturn roe versus wade There's no consistency between the Mississippi law and row In fact Mississippi enacted the law as a test case to eventually seek the court to overturn roe versus wade Since the Supreme Court decision in roe V wade the court has been clear that the court holding a rope is that until the point of fetal viability the government while it may have regulations on abortion it can't ban it entirely It has to ultimately let the woman make the decision for herself considering all the profound health and life implications So the Mississippi 15 week ban is weeks before 9 weeks before viability and it sets up this test case about roe versus wade I'd like to ask you a question about public opinion There was a poll taken by marquette university law school suggesting that 37% of people favor bands on abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy which is what this law essentially does Is it possible that the Mississippi law may be in line with public opinion on abortion in this country What's important about public opinion is that 70% of the American public don't want to see roe overturned And indeed Mississippi voters rejected a personhood law when they had a chance to vote on it One in four women in the United States has an abortion So whatever people answer in the polls when they have to make the decision themselves the reality is every pregnancy is different and those who find themselves making a decision at the 15 week marker later have individual circumstances for that Mississippi only has one abortion clinic in the entire state and I know there are people who will wonder what would this law really change given that access is already so restricted Well it is true Mississippi does have restricted access There is just the one clinic in the state that we represent Jackson women's health organization And Mississippi some of the most restrictive laws in the United States A lot of hoops for patients to go through No coverage under Medicaid And so it is hard for women to access but they still do And the reality is if you take away the only clinic in a state people have to cross state lines And as we're seeing right now in Texas where unfortunately there's a law in the fact that clearly violates voters this way doesn't provide abortion care after 6 weeks We're seeing people having to cross state lines This is the first abortion case that the Supreme Court has heard since justice Amy Coney Barrett was seated She's a known opponent of abortion rights Do you believe that will play a role in the outcome Look we are arguing before the court that really there is only one outcome in this case that's consistent with the rule of law And that is for the Supreme Court to uphold the Mississippi law I mean it is a critical moment for the Supreme Court including for all of the justices and they all testified about the importance to the rule of law of precedent and following precedent because it can not be politics or ideology So what would be appealing to every single one of the justices to follow the rule of law in this case which has been the law of the land for almost 50 years When can we expect the Supreme Court to finish deliberating and deliver a verdict Well it has been the case in abortion cases that often it's not until the last day of the Supreme Court's term which is at the end of June So that might be the expectation here But the court is able to decide this case as well as the Texas case whenever they come to a decision after oral argument Nancy northup is president and CEO of the center for reproductive rights which is representing the Jackson women's health organization in front of the Supreme Court tomorrow Nancy thank you so much for your time Thank you There's been a changing of the guard at Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey the eccentric cofounder known for his dedication and meditation fasting in Bitcoin has stepped down Replacing him as a Twitter veteran few outside the company have heard of NPR's tech correspondent Shannon bond has more Jack Dorsey left Twitter once before In 2008 he was pushed out as CEO after clashing with a fellow cofounder He told employees in an email yesterday this time he's leaving on his own terms The handover comes at a critical moment for big social media platforms There's a lot of heat and a lot of friction and politics associated with being these social networks on which so much public conversation plays out Margaret o'mara is a Silicon Valley historian She points to Facebook's recent pivot to building the so called metaverse So too perhaps Twitter is looking at what is the next gen social network going to be Now the man responsible for answering that question is parag agrawal He's a Stanford trained computer scientist who joined Twitter as a software engineer a decade ago He became chief technology officer in 2017 Twitter insiders say agrawal is a close confidant of Dorsey who shares his vision of a future in which Twitter runs on technology that gives users greater control They expect cryptocurrency and the blockchain to play big roles Dorsey has been talking up this vision to investors for a while Here he is on an earnings call this summer So obviously I've been treating and talking a lot about the current setup that it was important to explain a little bit more as to why While some current and former employees told NPR they were surprised agarwal was tapped for the role Dorsey says his trust in his successor is quote bone deep As technology chief agrawal worked on machine learning and other technical advances that have allowed Twitter to roll out new features and products more quickly as it's tried to shake off a reputation for 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"roe versus wade" Discussed on AP News
"US debates the Roe versus Wade decision, the Supreme Court in Mexico's declared it unconstitutional to punish abortion. Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of the law from Coahuila state, which sits on the Texas border that had made abortion a criminal act. That decision establishes a historic precedent. And the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same way in similar cases or they'd be violating the constitution. Most of Mexico's 32 states penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country. This decision comes one week after Texas banned all abortions. Medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Mike Rossi, a reporting a CIA veteran expects Al Qaeda to rebuild within Afghanistan. Michael Morrell, who was the CIA analyst who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11 2000 and one said Tuesday he's convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. Moral who twice served as acting CIA director spoke at an online forum sponsored by the U. S attorney's office for the Eastern District of Virginia. It was one of a series of panels this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Moral twice served as acting CIA director and he briefed President Barack Obama on the intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, he said. There's no doubt in his mind. The Taliban will give safe haven to Al Qaeda, and he believes Al Qaeda's intention will be to build capability so they can attack us here at home. Mike Rossia Washington The first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender is El Salvador, It was a bumpy rollout. The digital wallet Chievo used for transactions was not functioning. Government has promised.
"roe versus wade" Discussed on AP News
"It's the Roe versus Wade decision, the Supreme Court in Mexico's declared it unconstitutional to punish abortion. Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of the law from Coahuila state, which sits on the Texas border that had made abortion a criminal act. That decision establishes a historic precedent. And the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same way in similar cases or they'd be violating the constitution. Most of Mexico's 32 states penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country. This decision comes One week after Texas banned all abortions if medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Mike Rossi, a reporting a CIA veteran expects Al Qaeda to rebuild within Afghanistan. Michael Morell, who was the CIA analyst who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11 2000 and one said Tuesday he's convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. Moral who twice served as acting CIA director spoke at an online forum sponsored by the U. S attorney's office for the Eastern District of Virginia. It was one of a series of panels this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Morel twice served as acting CIA director and he briefed President Barack Obama on the intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, he said. There's no doubt in his mind. The Taliban will give safe haven to Al Qaeda, and he believes Al Qaeda's intention will be to build capability so they can attack us here at home. Mike Rossia Washington The first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender is El Salvador, It was a bumpy rollout. The digital wallet Chievo used for transactions was not functioning. Government has promised to install 200.
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"roe versus wade" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"A fetal heartbeat legislation similar to Texas that it stopped abortions after about seven weeks but dissimilar and that it didn't give a private right to enforce. Now I guarantee you that if Georgia tries to pass a law like Texas, you're probably not gonna get through the Legislature because now there's a real probability that the law could go into effect, and many of the members of the Georgia Legislature who said they were pro life really are not, and they allowed the law to pass. Knowing that it was going to get struck down by the court is very similar to Several years ago in my state Legislature, the governor of the state at the time his name was Nathan deal, said he would pass he would sign into law, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Georgia is one of the few states that does not have a state level refer a majority of states. Even California have a version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Georgia did not back in the day. Democrats at all that crazy stuff will never happen here. We don't need this. Waste of our time. Well, now they do. Now you've got local governments in Georgia persecuting Christian schools and Christian bakers and the like, and the Legislature can't pass it so several years ago. I want to say it was 2015. Yeah, 2015. The legislature in Georgia, finally pasture for they killed it for, like three years in a row, and they finally passed it only to have the governor veto. The whole reason they passed. It is because the governor behind the scenes promised to veto it. So the Legislature they knew it was going to be very contentious issue in Republican primaries. And so the governor who had promised decided in the law. And was no longer on the ballot knew he could lead the Legislature vote for it so they could all say Oh, we voted for it. And then the governor would veto. It was a game they played. And you see this repeatedly in Georgia last year in Mississippi in Missouri, in a number of other states, Arkansas as well. Republicans passed pro life legislation that banned abortion once a beating heart was detected. And numerous Republicans supported that legislation knowing the Supreme Court or the federal courts would actually ruled unconstitutional, But they couldn't get elected if they exposed themselves as pro abortion. So they voted for the legislation. They supported the legislation knowing they could do it all day long and nothing would ever happened now. Because of what the Supreme Court has done. There's a very real probability. That the Supreme Court will allow further erosion of Roe versus Wade and Casey versus Played Parenthood. So now these purportedly pro life legislators, you're gonna see me once I follow a guy on Twitter. Has always been Christian and pro life. And suddenly days like, Wow, this, you know, it's long. Were there any way we we? We got to do other stuff before we launch something like this. We got a boost Medicare and Medicaid for the poor. We we we gotta We gotta alter adoption law We got we got to do. We can't wait. We can't be an abortion. Yeah, we got to do all these other things first. I'm pro life, but we can't stop the killing kids yet. We got to do all this. It's very funny to watch people when their principles that they've long purported to hold her on the line. Watch him go squeamish on The sort of stuff because now they realize there's a real possibility that they'll actually have to deal with the ramifications of what they claim to support their easy to claim you support something when you know you're never going to have the consequence of haven't actually support it. We'll see that happen. But I also think was very funny. Here is the ridiculousness of the talking points. It's my body, my choice for abortion, but you go get that freaking vaccine and we're going to mandate you to have it. Is very interesting. Elena Kagan, in her dissent, said that she did not She She thought the law was unconstitutional, and she was opposed to allowing citizens a private right where the government itself didn't have the power to do something that the private right to do something the government itself could not do. So. I guess she's opposed to employer mandate. She she doesn't want, uh, in private. People and employers to do things the government can't do so I guess she's opposed to those men is now. Actually, the Supreme Court has said in some cases, you can't have those sorts of mandates. But still you get my point there. For all the progressives who for so long in the last year, I've been calling mothers birthing people are suddenly all concerned about women. Suddenly it's only women can get pregnant when just last week it was men could get pregnant to this week. It's all women's rights and women's rights. It's a women's right to choose. It's a woman's body. I thought it was a man's body to suddenly gender matters again. The hypocrisy of all of this is hilarious to watch the talking points come crumbling down. They are perfectly willing, perfectly willing. To talk about men getting pregnant until the moment it comes to abortion. Then suddenly, men don't matter anymore. It's only women, by the way, you know, men matter greatly. Rachel Maddow was saying that if we're if we're not going to allow a woman to have an abortion, maybe we shouldn't allow a man to walk away from his obligations exactly. Conservatives have been saying this for a long time concerns in the same make marriage great again. If a woman gets the right to terminate her pregnancy, the husband should not have to be forced to pay for child support..
Roe, Wade and Supreme Court discussed on WJR Programming
"President Trump's US supreme court nominee faces his. First confirmation hearing tomorrow Brit Kevin. All has, been going through mock hearings with White House, lawyers hitting him with tough questions eight say including. His views on the road versus Wade nineteen Seventy-three ruling establishing a right to choose abortion cavenaugh will certainly, deflect. Direct, questions about row on CNN state. Of the union judiciary committee member, Senator Lindsey Graham well here's what I hope he'll do if there's a case before him that challenges are Roe v. Wade that he, would listen to both sides. Of, the story apply. Attest to overturn precedent Preston is important but it's not in. Ballot abortion opponents have hoped Cavanaugh will, provide the needed. Vote to overturn Roe while choice advocates are sounding the
Is Roe v. Wade Is Hanging by a Thread?
"To transform the rule of law and our country during the campaign trump promised to only pick a prolife judges i am putting prolife justices on the court itchy abortion activists are calling it a pivotal moment while abortion rights defenders are saying they are in dire immediate danger the senate should reject on a bipartisan basis any justice who would overturn roe v wade or undermine key healthcare protections democrats insist there should be no confirmation vote at all until after the midterm elections they point to the fact that republicans blocked brock obama's last pick for ten months before the two thousand sixteen presidential election but republican leader mitch mcconnell says there must be no delay republicans are dealing with a razor thin one vote majority in the senate that means they can afford to lose only one that's why you can expect republicans to put intense pressure on three democrats three democrats who voted for neal gorsuch his choice last time around and who are now this year up for reelection it states that trump won big george stephanopoulos and cecilia vega spoke with abc's chief legal analyst dan abrahams san abc supreme court contributor kate shaw looking to answer the question so many are asking after justice kennedy's resignation why now robie wade that's where all the early energy is going to be that's right but let's be clear there's no question that roe v wade could be in jeopardy but that doesn't mean it's going to get overturned everyone's talking about overturned overturned as a practical matter justices liked to show deference to previous opinions meeting it's unusual to say we're simply going to overturn a decision because we now disagree with if it happens on occasion but it's very rare more likely what you see is an opinion effectively get gutted meaning states that want to restrict abortion will increasingly make laws that are more restrictive and more restrictive and then have those laws challenged in the hope that those laws are able to move forward and ineffective would mean that it becomes nearly impossible for women in a number of states to get and you can be sure that whoever president trump nominates is going to do his or her best not to show their hand on roe wade during the confirmation you don't want to admit you know what your position is on any case in the confirmation process the rule is when you're asked about a particular case you say this could come in front of me and as a result i'm night i'd have to see what the facts of the case were but you've got to believe that the president is going to know a lot about any candidate that he considers justice kennedy didn't make from the bench where you surprise you were there we all knew it was a possibility but i don't think anyone in that building really believed he was going to do impart because you know he seemed to send a message with his travel ban separate writing that he had some concerns about some of president trump's conduct and rhetoric he wrote separately to sort of say you need to acting ways that respect constitutional values like equality but in the end you know i think he did want to be replaced by republican president and this was the surest way to see that.