Cbs news - 21/07/2021 23:51  

Federal judge blocks Arkansas law that would ban nearly all abortions

A federal judge has temporarily blocked an Arkansas law that would ban abortion except to save the life of the mother, with no exceptions for cases of rape or incest. The law was signed by Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson in March but critics filed a legal challenge saying it's unconstitutional.

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25/07/2021
A federal judge has temporarily blocked an Arkansas law that would ban abortion except to save the life of the mother, with no exceptions for cases of rape or incest. The law was signed by Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson in March but critics filed a legal challenge saying it's unconstitutional. Mask recommendations are making a comeback [Read more]
25/07/2021
The cost of rent in several U.S. cities is rising as the economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. A New York Times report explains how those spikes could have a direct impact on the nation's inflation outlook, keeping prices elevated through the end of 2021. Jeanna Smialek, a Federal Reserve and economy reporter for The New York Ti [Read more]
25/07/2021
Since January, there have been more than 100 reported cases of a fungal "superbug" in both Dallas and Washington, D.C. The fungus, known as Candida auris, attacks people with weakened immune systems and can be drug-resistant. Dr. Amesh Adalja, an infectious disease expert and a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg Scho [Read more]
25/07/2021
"I think we need to pay close attention to what they're saying," said Thomas Manger, the former police chief of Montgomery County, Maryland, who was sworn into his new position on Friday. [Read more]
25/07/2021
"I just want to make my community proud, make America proud, and show the world something new," Bloom said. [Read more]
25/07/2021
After COVID shuttered live music events around the world in 2020, musical artists are now returning to festival and concert stages - and so are the fans. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The decision means that the custody fight over the couple's children, which was nearing an end, could just be getting started again. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Last week, a Los Angeles judge ruled Britney Spears could hire her own legal counsel as her battle continues to remove her father as her conservator. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The news of the new infections came just hours after the opening ceremony. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The Biden administration is buying an additional 200 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines, ahead of the potential need for booster shots and a vaccine for children under the age of 12 later this year. The action comes as the highly contagious Delta variant is driving up coronavirus infections across the country. Michael George has the lates [Read more]
25/07/2021
CBS News medical contributor Doctor David Agus joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday' on COVID concerns and what worries him most. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Ciitizen is an online system for patients to upload and digitally house their medical records. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The White House had announced Friday morning of a delegation led by Thomas-Greenfield that would be going to Haiti to "pay respects upon the death" of Moïse, who was shot dead in his home on July 7. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Presidents tend to select vacation spots that fit their personalities. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Presidential retreats have a long history in the U.S. The Kennedys had their Cape Cod compound in Massachusetts. Ronald Reagan rode horses and entertained Queen Elizabeth at his California ranch. And Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago was considered the winter White House. Now, in the Biden era, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, is the latest executive es [Read more]
25/07/2021
"I think we need to pay close attention to what they're saying," said Thomas Manger, the former police chief of Montgomery County, Maryland, who was sworn into his new position on Friday. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Retired NASA astronaut and Axiom Space Commander Peggy Whitson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin space flight and her own potential return to space. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Tuesday marks the 52nd anniversary of Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is set to blast off in a rocket built by his private space company, Blue Origin, on Tuesday as well. Going along for the ride is a trailblazing aviator who many believe should have made the trip into space decades ago. Michelle Miller [Read more]
25/07/2021
Jeff Bezos and three other people aboard a Blue Origin capsule traveled to space for just minutes before landing safely back on Earth. Mark Strassmann has more on the historic journey. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Jeff Bezos flew to space with his brother, Mark. Before they launched, they heard a farewell message from their sister. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The death toll rose to 58 after record rains hit the major city of Zhengzhou on Tuesday, state TV reported. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Police made several arrests after crowds broke through barriers and threw plastic bottles and plants. [Read more]
25/07/2021
While Hawaii is the undisputed birthplace and global mecca of modern surfing, Japan has nurtured a fanatic wave-rider culture all its own. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The opening ceremony is taking place Friday morning, marking the official start of the Games. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Major indexes blast to new records as Wall Street sets aside worries that COVID variants could stub economic growth. [Read more]
25/07/2021
Automaker says it's investigating after two older models of its flagship electric car burst into flames. [Read more]
25/07/2021
The State Department temporarily shut down its emergency appointment booking site for passports, saying scammers were booking and selling the appointments for high prices. Many travelers are in limbo amid a huge backlog of passport applications. Meg Oliver reports. [Read more]
25/07/2021
General Motors recalled more than 50,000 late-model Chevy Bolt electric cars, citing fire risks. Errol Barnett has the details. [Read more]