Appeals court rules that abortion pill can stay on the market, but limits access
By: Jane Norman - April 13, 2023
An appeals court in New Orleans late Wednesday partly blocked a judge’s order that would have overturned federal approval of the abortion pill — which means the pill remains available across the nation for now.
How Congress will attempt the biggest expansion of U.S. social programs since FDR | Analysis
By: Jacob Fischler and Jane Norman - August 15, 2021
Here's what happened last week, what the bills would do if they become law, and what we know about what will happen next.
Senate confirms Haaland as first-ever Native American to serve in the Cabinet
By: Jane Norman - March 15, 2021
Senate Democrats praised Haaland for her conduct at the rough Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing.
Inauguration 2021: Here’s what Joe Biden wants to do on his first day as president
By: Jane Norman - January 20, 2021
Joe Biden early Wednesday unveiled the list of executive orders, memos and directives he will make when he assumes the presidency later in the day.
Trump tests positive for COVID-19, enters quarantine
By: Laura Olson, Ariana Figueroa and Jane Norman - October 2, 2020
Late Thursday, Bloomberg News had reported that Hope Hicks, a close aide to Trump, had tested positive for the virus. Hicks had traveled to and from the presidential debate in Cleveland on Air Force One with Trump and also traveled to Minnesota with him, Bloomberg said.