Global abortion rights: Scrapping Roe v. Wade makes the US an outlier in the West

London CNN — The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case on Friday has reverberated around the world, setting the country apart from its key reproductive health allies. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said it “clearly had a huge impact on the thinking of people around the world” and called the … Read more

Roe v Wade: More protests expected this weekend amid fury and anguish over the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling

CNN  —  The seismic ruling by the US Supreme Court to eliminate the federal constitutional right to an abortion has roiled the country, fueling protests that began Friday and which are expected to extend throughout the weekend. Loud and angry demonstrations by abortion-rights advocates were held in several cities on Friday, hours after the court … Read more

These US companies will cover travel costs for employees who need an abortion

New York CNN Business — After the Supreme Court ruled Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, corporate giants from various sectors have pledged to provide support and financial assistance to employees – and, in some cases, to their dependents – seeking abortions in states that prohibit the procedure. The court’s decision to overturn the nearly … Read more

Broad majority of Americans didn’t want Roe v. Wade overturned, polling prior to Supreme Court decision shows

CNN — A large majority of Americans did not want to see Roe v. Wade overturned, according to a poll taken before the Supreme Court ruled on Friday that there is no longer a federal constitutional right to abortion. Here’s a recap of the latest data on public opinion on abortion and how Americans will … Read more

Trump’s allies claim they were assured editorial input before filmmaker was subpoenaed

Strange Chet/Getty Images CNN — Several of Donald Trump’s closest allies sat down for interviews with a British filmmaker during his final weeks as president after being assured they had editorial input on the final product, according to two people familiar with the situation, a claim that the filmmaker’s team has denied. Several people said … Read more

Patrick Lyoya’s death: Christopher Schurr, Grand Rapids police officer, pleads not guilty in shooting death

CNN — A Grand Rapids, Michigan police officer was ‘justified in his use of force’ and not guilty of second-degree murder in the death of Patrick Lyoya, the officer’s attorney said at the indictment. accusation from his client on Friday. Lyoya, a black man, was shot on April 4 by Christopher Schurr, a white officer … Read more

Brooklyn subway shooting: Woman who was shot in NYC suing Glock for damages

CNN — A woman who was shot in the Brooklyn subway shooting in April filed a lawsuit against gunsmith Glock Inc. and its Austrian-based parent company on Tuesday, claiming the company helps “create and maintain a nuisance in the State of New York” and endangering the public health and safety of the State. The lawsuit, … Read more

Curtis Reeves: Retired police captain acquitted

CNN — A Florida jury acquitted retired Florida police captain Curtis Reeves in the shooting death of a man in a movie theater eight years ago. Reeves was accused of second-degree murder and aggravated battery in the 2014 killing of 43-year-old Chad Oulson, who was on a movie date with his wife. Reeves pleaded not … Read more

Ahmaud Arbery murder: Jurors are set to begin second day of deliberations in federal hate crimes trial of three men convicted

CNN — The three White men convicted in the death of Ahmaud Arbery await to hear their fate for a second time as jury deliberations resume Tuesday morning in their federal hate crimes trial. Travis McMichael, his father Gregory McMichael and neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan were previously given life prison sentences in state court, but … Read more

Ahmaud Arbery murder: ‘Pent-up racial anger’ led to killers’ pursuit of Arbery, prosecutor says in closing arguments of hate crimes trial

CNN — The three White men convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery pursued him in a fit of illegal vigilantism – and they did it because they saw “a Black man in their neighborhood and assumed the worst of him,” a prosecutor said in closing arguments of their federal hate crimes trial. “This wasn’t about passing. … Read more