U.S. to eliminate 'conscience' rule for health care workers, Politico reports
President Biden's administration plans to rescind a rule devised under his predecessor, Donald Trump, that was intended to make it easier for health care providers, including doctors and nurses, to avoid performing abortions or other medical services on religious or moral grounds, Politico reported on Tuesday.news.yahoo.com
Judge rules that lawsuit challenging Marjorie Taylor Greene reelection can proceed
On Monday, a federal judge ruled that a lawsuit seeking to block Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from seeking reelection can proceed. The suit alleges Greene is unfit for office because of her support of rioters who attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.news.yahoo.com
7 arrest warrants issued over brawl at viewing of 3-year-old who shot, killed himself
Arrest warrants have been issued for seven individuals accused of starting a fight at the viewing service of a 3-year-old Edcouch boy at a funeral home. One of those sought is 25-year-old Salvador Domingo Duenez Jr., who is the father of Troy Blue Duenez, the little boy who accidentally killed himself with a gun. According to the Elsa PD, officers were sent to the funeral home in reference to a disturbance. On Oct. 18, police were sent to 208 Begonia St. in reference to a 3-year-old who had been shot in the chest. Police urge anyone with information on the whereabouts of the seven to contact the police department at (956) 262-4721.myrgv.com
Utah Jazz owner Ryan Smith made $153 million in Qualtrics IPO a day after his NBA team snagged first place
Ryan Smith CEO of Qualtrics and Co-Founder of 5 for the Fight speak at the press conference to announce the renewal of the Five for the Fight Qualtrics Jersey Patch through the 2022-2023 season on October 21, 2019 at Zions Bank Basketball Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. On Wednesday night, Ryan Smith, the new owner of the Utah Jazz, celebrated his team's 10th straight victory, which catapulted the team into first place over the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA's Western Conference. Smith, 42, took his software company Qualtrics public on Thursday, spinning it out of SAP. It was a long-awaited moment for Smith, who was just about to lead Qualtrics through an IPO in late 2018, when SAP swooped in at the last moment with an $8 billion offer. He invested $120 million in the offering, buying 6 million shares for $20 apiece, which ended up being a 33% discount to the offer price.cnbc.com
Man stabbed during fight at South Side McDonald’s, San Antonio police say
SAN ANTONIO – A fight between two men ended in a stabbing in a McDonald’s parking lot on the city’s South Side, San Antonio police said. Police officers were called to the McDonald’s in the 1700 block of Southwest Loop 410 on Monday afternoon. During the altercation one man stabbed the other in the abdomen, police say. The victim was taken to the hospital, and the suspect was arrested, police say. At this time, it is unclear what started the fight.
Fight for $15 protesters demand raising minimum wage across U.S.
Following $15 dollar an hour law passage victories in New York, California and Pennsylvania, Fight for 15 protesters advocated in more than 300 cities on Thursday for a nationwide rise in minimum wage and the right to unionize. They marched from Times Square to the annual New York State Republican GOP Gala at the Grand Hyatt Hotel to join protesters rallying against GOP candidates’ opposition to raise wages. Video produced by Anisah Jabar.cbsnews.com
The fight against ISIS: Should the U.S. join forces with the European Union?
Former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell, Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, and Farah Pandith of the Council on Foreign Relations discuss the need for a U.S.-EU coalition in the fight to defeat ISIS’ narrative. With more pressure being put on ISIS in Iraq and Syria, will terrorists try to prove viability outside the Middle East?cbsnews.com
Donald Trump-Ted Cruz fight gets ugly
It's become a war of wives between GOP presidential primary rivals Donald Trump and Ted Cruz after Trump, the Republican front-runner, retweeted a picture comparing his wife to Cruz's. CBS News senior political editor Steve Chaggaris and CBSN political contributor Rick Davis join CBSN to discuss.cbsnews.com
The legal fight over digital resale
The legal fight over digital resale The legality of reselling music, books, games and other copyrighted material purchased online may soon involve Congress. CBS News legal expert Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to explain what's at stake.cbsnews.com
A soldier's fight to end suicide among veterans
A soldier's fight to end suicide among veterans Every day, 22 veterans commit suicide -- more than 8,000 per year. Mark Strassmann talks with Lt. Justin Fitch, a soldier battling colon cancer and spending what time he has left to keep other soldiers alive.cbsnews.com