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The Supreme Court's decision to strike down President Biden's vaccine mandates for the private sector is forcing big companies to take divergent paths with some requiring shots anyway and others deciding it is not worth the bother.
The coronavirus pandemic cannot be an excuse to shut down gun stores, a federal appeals court ruled this week, delivering a belated spanking to a California county that shuttered stores and firing ranges in the early days of the virus.
The Biden administration is defending legal liability protections for tech platforms against a court challenge from former President Trump in his lawsuit against Facebook.
Thousands of pro-life activists returned in person to Washington for the 49th annual March for Life on Friday, braving frigid temperatures to stride proudly to the U.S. Supreme Court with the hope that justices will soon overturn Roe v. Wade.
Millions of Americans ordered free COVID-19 tests from President Biden's new website this week and the initial kits began to reach households Friday, the White House said.
A federal judge issued an order Friday halting President Biden's order that all federal employees get the coronavirus vaccine or risk losing their jobs, saying the president overstepped the bounds of his powers.
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