Supreme Court prepares final push to release hot-button rulings, amid retirement talk
June is typically the busiest time for the nine-member bench, as they work to release rulings from their docket, including issues dealing with religious liberty and LGBTQ rights, healthcare, college sports, and state voting laws.news.yahoo.com
Super party on for fans in Tampa, even if it's more low-key
(AP Photo/Dennis Waszak Jr.)TAMPA, Fla. – Craig Cathers is decked out like a guy who's ready — totally fired up — for his team to play in the Super Bowl. They’re just happy there’s a Super Bowl to celebrate even if the party isn’t as big as usual. Restaurants, local business and hotels aren't seeing the usual high traffic of patrons expected during a Super Bowl week. According to TicketIQ, the average list price to see the Super Bowl in person has been trending down recently and is sitting at $8,310. And then Paul will start planning for next year's Super Bowl trip to Los Angeles.
Man arrested after allegedly texting about "putting a bullet" in Nancy Pelosi
The FBI has arrested a man in Washington, D.C. it says was contemplating trying to assassinate House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. In another text message cited in the document, Meredith discusses the possibility of driving his truck onto the Capitol lawn and trying to run Pelosi over. A #Georgia man has been arrested for threatening to kill House Speaker #NancyPelosi by shooting her in the head. Meredith told agents he intended to take part in the rally at the Capitol but got to D.C. too late due to car trouble. Police told WGCL that Meredith moved to Clay County, North Carolina, in September 2020.cbsnews.com
Texas sues four battleground states in Supreme Court over 'unlawful election results' in 2020 presidential race
Experts in election law were also quick to dismiss the likelihood of the nine Supreme Court justices taking the case. The suit is also asking the Supreme Court to extend that Dec. 14 deadline "to allow these investigations to be completed." In most cases, the Supreme Court only hears cases from lower courts that have been appealed. "Well, the problem is, it's hard to get into the Supreme Court," Trump told Fox News last month in his first full interview since his Nov. 3 defeat. "I've got the best Supreme Court advocates, lawyers, that want to argue the case, if it gets there.cnbc.com