Pelosi Communion ban timing has 'nothing to do' with leaked Supreme Court draft, archbishop says
San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said he barred House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from receiving Holy Communion due to her abortion stance, and insisted that the timing has "nothing to do" with the Supreme Court's leaked draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.
Durbin's Catholic faith is a 'conflict of interest' for holding Supreme Court accountable: pro-choice group
Ruth Sent Us, a pro-choice group that organizes protests at the homes of Supreme Court justices, has condemned Illinois Senator Dick Durbin, saying his Roman Catholic faith represents a "conflict of interest" with his role on the Senate Judiciary Committee holding SCOTUS justices accountable.
How Herschel Walker united the right and has Democrats plotting for a fight
Last summer, Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell was nervous about Herschel Walker, seeing stories about the rookie candidate's turbulent past and fearful that an unvetted and untested Republican could implode in the heat of the biggest Senate race in the country.
Inside the push that landed a Trump legal adviser on a federal election advisory board
While Donald Trump has maintained a laser focus this primary season on ousting those Republicans who crossed him over the 2020 election -- especially in Georgia on Tuesday -- the Republican effort to elevate proponents of dubious election fraud allegations in the government runs deeper than the former President.
Dem’s anti-price gouging bills are ‘pretty gimmicky,’ likely won’t bring down inflation: former Obama adviser
Former economic advisor to the Obama administration Jason Furman criticized anti-price gouging bills being pushed by Democrats in Congress as “pretty gimmicky,” saying they likely won't impact consumers feeling the squeeze from high inflation.