A U.S. judge in Texas on Friday halted Texas regulations that would require abortion providers to dispose of aborted fetal tissue through burial or cremation, saying they imposed “undue burdens on a woman’s right to seek a previability abortion.”
U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks issued an injunction that will stay in effect until the court can render “a meaningful decision on the merits” of the case, online court documents showed.
(Reporting by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Chris Reese)
Boris Johnson steals reporter’s phone after refusing to look at photo of sick boy sleeping on hospital floor
When a reporter challenged him to look at a photo of a 4-year-ole goy forced to sleep on a hospital floor, UK prime minister Boris Johnson grabbed the reporter's phone and stuffed it in his pocket for a portion of the interview, all the while refusing to look at the photo.
The photo was of Jack Williment-Barr who had to sleep on the floor due to a shortage of hospital beds due to the country's National Health Service (NHS) funding crisis. He was waiting to be treated for possible pneumonia.
Ex-FBI director’s consulting firm drawn into investigation of Giuliani’s secretive foreign dealings
Buried deep in an examination into Rudy Giuliani's ever-evolving relationship with Donald Trump's administration, the Washington Post reports that a consulting firm started by a former director of the FBI has been drawn into a possible criminal investigation of the former New York City mayor.
While the big news in the report indicated that Attorney General William Barr has been counseling, "Trump in general terms that Giuliani has become a liability and a problem for the administration," the Post also reports that Giuliani's foreign entanglements are creating problems with others in his orbit -- in this case ex-FBI Director Louis Freeh.
‘Not going to do their dirty work’: Kellyanne Conway snarls when asked about White House stonewalling Congress
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on Monday brushed aside questions of why the Trump White House was refusing to send legal representation to House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings.
As reported by CBS News' Mark Knoller, Conway was asked by reporters about whether it was wise for the White House to refuse to participate in Monday's hearings, as they could provide an opportunity for President Donald Trump's attorneys to provide exculpatory evidence.
Conway, however, said it was "not a tough decision" about whether to participate because the White House didn't want to be seen "colluding with an illegitimate process."