Catholic pro-life activist Mark Houck and his wife Ryan-Marie Houck are seeking $4.3 million in damages from the Biden administration, accusing the Justice Department and FBI of targeting him over his anti-abortion views.
Ohio voters added reproductive rights to the state constitution Tuesday by passing Issue 1, as the pro-choice movement continued its post-Dobbs winning streak.
More than 100 U.S. universities have issued a joint statement condemning Hamas and standing with Israel amid rising concerns about campus antisemitism, but conspicuously absent from the list were the Ivy Leagues.
Pro-life groups have been on the losing side of every abortion-related ballot measure since the Dobbs decision, a slide they hope to reverse with Ohio Issue 1.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, Michigan Democrat, faced renewed charges of antisemitism over a video accusing President Biden of supporting Palestinian “genocide” that includes a chant widely viewed as a call for Israel’s destruction.
Nine Republican governors have called on the NCAA to toughen its “misguided” transgender policy by barring male-born athletes from women’s scholastic sports in the interest of competitive fairness.
President Biden rarely misses an opportunity to blast “MAGA Republican extremists,” but the pro-Hamas displays at U.S. universities are undercutting the administration’s framing of antisemitism as a right-wing problem.
Rep. Tim Walberg said a pro-Israel sign posted outside his congressional office was vandalized in what he called “another despicable act” of antisemitism.
The Biden administration is facing legal action after a federal anti-terrorism grant program was accused of targeting mainstream conservative groups, including the Heritage Foundation, PragerU, and the Republican National Committee.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and the state university system have instructed campuses to deactivate chapters of Students for Justice in Palestine, citing the state’s ban on providing support to foreign terrorists.