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SCOTUS sides with a high school football coach in a First Amendment case about prayer at the 50-yard-line. In a 6-3 ruling, SCOTUS says the public school district violated the coach's free speech and free exercise rights when it barred him from praying on the field after games.

India’s few fact-checking services, especially @altnews_in , perform a vital service in our post-truth political environment, rife with disinformation. They debunk falsehoods whoever perpetrates them. To arr @zoo_bearst  is an assault on truth. He should be released immediately.

Now that SCOTUS gutted Roe, Christian nationalist Doug Mastriano is 4 points away from criminalizing abortion in Pennsylvania. If Dem voters don't turn out, prepare for abortion bans in swing states. "A clear and present danger," @JoshShapiroPA  tells me:

Just in: Wednesday will be the next Supreme Court opinion day.

Lib anchor goes into UNHINGED rage after Roe OVERTURNED— Leaves Christians STUNNED.

People are protesting in the streets of Ecuador to demand social justice. They've been met with violence and repression by the Lasso government. Instead of attacking protesters, Lasso should listen to the demands of indigenous communities, workers, women and civil society.

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Republicans won’t stop at overturning #RoeVWade . Mitch McConnell left the door open to a national abortion ban. Mike Pence explicitly called for it. And Justice Thomas’s opinion threatens rights to contraception and marriage equality. Fundamental freedoms are at risk.

russia bombs a shopping mall with over 1000 civilians inside. putin daring west to respond with his war crimes, escalation during g7/nato summit.

PM @narendramodi  and President of @EU_Commission  @vonderleyen  held talks on the sidelines of the G-7 Summit. Issues such as stronger trade ties, cooperation to mitigate climate change, emerging technologies and cultural linkages were discussed during the meeting.

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SCOTUS sides with two doctors who challenged their convictions for unlawfully prescribing opioids. The doctors said they had a good-faith belief that they were prescribing for legitimate medical purposes. The government argued for an objective, not subjective, standard.

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