Alabama GOP Sen. Tommy Tuberville has come under scrutiny.
(Colorado Newsline) The Biden administration announced Monday it will headquarter U.S. Space Command in Colorado, a decision that rejects efforts made during the last administration to move the U.S. military facility to Alabama.
Colorado's elected officials praised President Joe Biden's announcement.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against Alabama's new Congressional district map.
The decision on the site of Space Command's permanent home should be based on merit, not abortion access.
President Joe Biden could stop plans to move U.S. Space Command from Colorado to Alabama.
U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, D-Colorado, pleaded with President Joe Biden's administration not to move U.S. Space Command from Colorado to Alabama due to national security concerns.
(The Center Square) - In a press statement released by California Attorney General Rob Bonta on organized retail theft, it was revealed that for every $1 billion in sales, retailers lose around $700,000.
Bonta revealed that his latest prosecution relates to eight individuals who had been arrested and charged for organized theft of products from primarily Apple retail stores across California amounting to approximately $1 million. The suspects allegedly hit stores in Nevada, Washington, Oregon, Utah, Arizona, Alabama and Georgia as well.
Republican Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey and 19 other attorneys general are warning Walgreens and CVS pharmacies that any plans to mail abortion-inducing pills is illegal and unsafe.