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U.S. Supreme Court limits federal power to curb carbon emissions
US & Canada · Washington

U.S. Supreme Court limits federal power to curb carbon emissions

57% Center coverage: 193 sources
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday imposed limits on the federal government's authority to issue sweeping regulations to reduce carbon emissions from power plants in a ruling that will undermine President Joe Biden's plans to tackle climate change. The court's 6-3 ruling restricted the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from existing coal- and gas-fired power plants under the landmark Clean Air Act anti-pollution law. Biden's administration is currently working on new regulations.See the Story
Biden: U.S. to announce $800 million more weapons aid to Ukraine
Europe · Ukraine

Biden: U.S. to announce $800 million more weapons aid to Ukraine

48% Center coverage: 124 sources
Biden says $6.5 billion in security assistance that Congress approved last month as part of a $13.6 billion package for Ukraine could soon be exhausted. New military package includes heavy artillery, 144,000 rounds of ammunition and drones for the escalating battle in the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine.See the Story
Supreme Court allows Biden to end Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' policy
US & Canada · Washington

Supreme Court allows Biden to end Trump-era 'Remain in Mexico' policy

56% Center coverage: 130 sources
Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) program forces asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for the duration of their immigration proceedings. The Trump administration sent an estimated 70,000 people back to Mexico. Since early December 2021, under what immigration advocates call MPP 2.0, the Biden administration has sent back far fewer.See the Story

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Abortion · Washington

Biden says he supports overriding filibuster to protect abortion rights

58% Center coverage: 134 sources
President Biden said he would support changing the Senate's filibuster rules for Congress to pass a federal law codifying Roe v. Wade. With the current 60-vote threshold, Democrats have few legislative options to fight the end of the nationwide right to an abortion. Biden clarified that he believes the right to privacy should be codified, which would protect more than just abortion access.See the Story
US & Canada · Frankfort

Judge temporarily blocks Kentucky’s near-total abortion ban

77% Center coverage: 45 sources
Abortion-rights groups fought for the ruling that pauses the 2019 Kentucky law for now. Under the so-called trigger provisions, abortions ended abruptly June 24. The Kentucky case reflects the battles now being waged in courthouses around the country over whether pregnancies may be lawfully ended.See the Story
Erdogan · Washington

Biden voices support for selling F-16s to Turkey, denies ‘quid pro quo’

48% Right coverage: 21 sources
US President Joe Biden thanks his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan for dropping opposition to the entry of Finland and Sweden into NATO. A senior US official expressed strong backing for Turkey's wish to upgrade its air force with new F-16 fighter planes and improvements to its existing older fleet. Biden's comments came a day after Turkey suddenly dropped weeks of opposition to membership applications lodged by Finland and Swedish.See the Story
Europe · Moscow

ICC seeks arrest of three war crimes suspects in 2008 Russia-Georgia conflict

46% Center coverage: 13 sources
Three men wanted on suspicion of committing war crimes during the 2008 Russo-Georgian War. Russia invaded Georgia after violence broke out between separatist groups and Georgian forces. The three wanted men served in the governments of the Russian-backed self-declared republic of South Ossetia. ICC is a court of last resort that takes on cases when national authorities are unwilling or unable to launch prosecutions.See the Story
Business · Washington

Biden says will see Saudi crown prince, won't push directly on oil

Coverage: 14 sources
U.S. President Joe Biden said he would see Saudi Arabia's king and crown prince during a visit to the country next month. Biden said the purpose of his trip was not to press them to increase oil output. He said he had indicated all the Gulf states should be increasing oil production generically, not Saudi Arabia particularly.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Pfizer asks for full FDA approval of COVID pill

90% Center coverage: 10 sources
Medication abortion is a method to end pregnancy by taking a combination of pills. The FDA says both are safe and effective up to 11 weeks after the first day of the last menstrual period. Anti-abortion advocates say the next battle over abortion rights might be over access to these abortion pills.See the Story
Europe · Paris

France's new wave of COVID infections expected to peak end-July -scientist

43% Right coverage: 7 sources
France reported new 124,724 coronavirus infections over the past 24 hours, against 77,967 a week ago. The French government also recommended this week that people should start wearing face masks again in crowded areas, especially in public transport. "The peak is not yet here, this peak of infections will probably be for end-July," a government official said.See the Story
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U.S. Supreme Court nixes religious challenge to New York vaccine mandate

Coverage: 4 sources
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday declined to hear a challenge to New York's mandate. The challenge was brought by a group of doctors, nurses and others who objected on religious grounds. Most of the workers either resigned from their jobs, lost hospital admitting privileges or were fired.See the Story

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