In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court decided today that it is not a violation of the Constitution for public government meetings to open with a prayer, even if said prayer promotes a particular religion.
- If you think old folks are only sucking the livelihood from the young via government entitlement programs, stay tuned: Research shows that injections of the blood of the young may be able to help reverse aging.
- As a consequence of the latest fake outrage over the politics and backgrounds of college commencement speakers, Condoleeza Rice has withdrawn from giving a speech at Rutgers University.
- Target's CEO has resigned in the wake of the huge data breach that affected millions of the retailer's customers last December.
- A planned three-day subway strike in London that was supposed to start today was called off at the last minute.
- The Drug Enforcement Administration has announced it will significantly increase the amount of marijuana it's going to acquire for use in medical research.
A Medical Student Questioned Microaggressions. UVA Branded Him a Threat and Banished Him from Campus.
Kieran Bhattacharya's First Amendment lawsuit can proceed, a court said.
The White House is proposing an 8.4 percent boost in discretionary spending, which comes on top of Biden's $1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill, and his proposed $2.3 trillion American Jobs Plan.
The data do not support the conventional wisdom that pain pill prescriptions are driving drug-related fatalities.
The president's unilateral restrictions are legally dubious and unlikely to "save lives."