Leaders in the U.S. Senate have announced plans to vote this month on a change to filibuster rules, hoping to pass voting-rights legislation they say is needed to protect democracy.
While Texas led both in crude production and bankruptcies, New Mexico became second-largest oil producer in the U.S.
Some major cities could see their highest Christmas temperatures in nearly 100 years, while others could be in need of an all-new record book for Christmas.
In response to a Supreme Court decision on Texas' near-abortion ban Friday, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that he would push for new legislation modeled after the Texas law to allow Californians to sue individuals who manufacture or sell assault weapons or ghost guns.
A federal court issued an injunction Tuesday blocking the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for federal contract workers, the latest in a series of legal defeats for the president.
Weld County commissioners say they are "extremely disappointed" in a new air quality rule from the Environmental Protection Agency.
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) accepted two new cases on for review during its 2021-2022 term. Both cases relate to Texas' abortion law S.B. 8.
(The Center Square) - The U.S. Supreme Court rejected another attempt to halt the enforcement of Texas's abortion ban Friday.
In an opinion, the court said it will take up the case to decide whether the federal government can sue Texas over Senate Bill 8, but it refused to place a stay on the law pending the outcome of the case.
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is one of 24 state attorneys general to join in an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court this week arguing that Texas's abortion law will result in "negative health and socioeconomic consequences."
The Department of Justice on Monday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to temporarily block Texas's recently-passed law that bans abortions once a heartbeat is detectable.