President Joe Biden’s top health official said there’s “no magic bullet” to respond to the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade, adding that the administration is exploring all options while offering little in the way of specific policies.
The state of Alabama asked the Eleventh Circuit to overturn a partial injunction against its recently enacted law criminalizing gender-affirming medical care for children, saying the state, not parents, has the authority to regulate the treatments.
Tesla Inc. can require an employee to arbitrate claims that he faced race harassment, lost out on promotions because he is Black, and was constructively discharged by the auto maker after appearing in an Audi Super Bowl ad, a Los Angeles federal judge ruled Tuesday.
A unanimous Michigan Supreme Court tossed on procedural grounds the criminal indictments of former Gov. Rick Snyder and other officials prosecutors have charged with crimes related to the water crisis in Flint, Mich.
Ernst & Young LLP admitted that dozens of its audit personnel cheated on the ethics portion of the Certified Public Accountant exam and that the firm misled US regulators probing the misconduct, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
NASA is poised within weeks to declare whether it will launch a $4.2 billion mission to Uranus that supporters say could unlock previously unknown questions about our solar system, and one certain to launch a dogfight among space contractors.