Économie

Former US Fed Chief Paul Volcker passes away

Passed as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act of 2010, the "Volcker Rule" was created to keep banks from betting on speculative investments such as mortgage backed ..., [Full Article...]

Divertissement

Federal Agent Reportedly Gave Juice WRLD Opioid Antidote Before He Died

Federal Agent Reportedly Gave Juice WRLD Opioid Antidote Before He Died Sunday. The artist's girlfriend was asked whether he had ingested any drugs to which she replied that the 21-year-old takes the painkiller Percocet and has a "drug problem", the Chicago Tribune reported. Two armed guards traveling with Higgins were arrested for misdemeanor gun violations unrelated to his death, according to police. It was not c... [Full Article...]

High-Tech

Greta Thunberg joins march in Madrid

Greta Thunberg joins march in Madrid The main march took place in Madrid on the sidelines of the United Nations climate conference, with a simultaneous rally in the Chilean capital, which had been due to host the 12-day gathering but was forced to pull out due to deadly anti-government protests. [Full Article...]

Sport

Week 14 said everything you need to know about the Cincinnati Bengals

Week 14 said everything you need to know about the Cincinnati Bengals With their 10th straight division loss, the Bengals are guaranteed finishing last in the AFC North for the second straight season. Mayfield appeared to throw his third pick with 4:58 left when cornerback William Jackson III tipped a pass intended for Beckham and it was grabbed by Jessie Bates III and returned inside the 20. [Full Article...]

Globale

US Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Kentucky Abortion Law

US Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Kentucky Abortion Law In the past, SCOTUS has been quick to strike down regulations perceived as an "undue burden" on abortion access, including in 1992's Planned Parenthood v. "The Supreme Court should strike these laws down once and for all". It will be the first abortion case that will be argued since Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch joined the bench, sol... [Full Article...]

Médecine

Supreme Court leaves Kentucky's ultrasound law in place

Supreme Court leaves Kentucky's ultrasound law in place On March 4, the court is scheduled to hear its first major abortion case in three years in a dispute over the legality of a Republican-backed Louisiana law that imposes restrictions on abortion doctors. The decision to decline the case leaves the law in place. "The only reason to force doctors to display and describe an ultrasound before an abortio... [Full Article...]