Pack the Supreme Court? Candidates for New York’s 10th congressional district say it’s a must in wake of Roe’s gun rulings

Four of the best known candidates in a race for a newly cut Congressional seat – former Mayor Bill de Blasio, World Congressman Jones, Councilwoman Carlina Rivera and State Assemblywoman Jo Anne Simon – said they would support expanding membership to nine members. Supreme Court of the United States, a few days after its annulment … Read more

Stadium authority to confiscate part of football revenue from Ravens, says it seeks to keep special events at Baltimore stadiums – Twin Cities

Thousands of people flocked to downtown Baltimore as the voice of Beatles legend Paul McCartney echoed through Oriole Park in Camden Yards earlier this month. The English invasion will continue in weeks to come as internationally renowned football teams Arsenal and Everton play at the M&T Bank Stadium, once again attracting excitement, attention and revenue. … Read more

I will continue to shop at Tops when it reopens after a mass shooting

BUFFALO, NY (WIVB) – Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown praised Tops on Tuesday for the “very impressive” renovations underway at the Jefferson Avenue store, which has been closed since the May 14 mass shooting, adding that the store stays on pace to reopen at the end of July. “I will continue to shop at the store … Read more

Ajla Tomljanovic becomes first Australian to advance to Wimbledon third round

Ajla Tomljanovic kept the Australian women’s tilt alive at Wimbledon, winning the third round in straight sets. Tomljanovic, the top-ranked and now the only Australian on the women’s side of the draw after defending champion Ash Barty’s shock retirement in March, beat American Catherine Harrison 6-2, 6-2 in 86 minutes. Tomljanovic is ranked 44th in … Read more

‘Australians aren’t stupid’: Many want net zero target suspended

Spectator Australia columnist James Macpherson said a poll showing the majority of Australians want the government to suspend its net zero target proves ‘Australians are not stupid’. The Institute of Public Affairs poll found that 61% of people wanted to suspend the 2050 net zero commitment for the time being. Spectator Australia columnist James Macpherson … Read more

Indigenous voice will lead to ‘even more Indigenous separatism’: Credlin

Anthony Albanese is determined to have a distinct indigenous voice in parliament that will inevitably end up trying to pressure the government to “do even more indigenous separatism”, said Sky News host Peta Credlin. “When it comes to establishing, as quickly as possible, an Indigenous voice rooted in the Constitution in Parliament, Anthony Albanese seems … Read more