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Rudy Giuliani Claims Black Lives Matter Movement Is 'Inherently Racist'
"The View" co-hosts react to the controversial statement made by former New York City mayor.
Abortion, Corruption and Gun Ownership Still To Be Decided by the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court only has one scheduled day left this term, and that means the justices are expected to hand down opinions in the remaining cases on Monday. Those include cases on abortion , government corruption and a ban on gun ownership by individuals convicted of domestic violence offenses.
What the Supreme Court Ruling on University of Texas Admissions Means for Affirmative Action
The Supreme Court ruled today in favor of the University of Texas’ admissions plan, leaving in place the school’s affirmative action policy. In a 4-3 vote, the justices upheld the judgment of the court of appeals, which ruled in favor of allowing the university to use race as a factor in its
Supreme Court Upholds Texas College’s Affirmative Action Plan
The Supreme Court today upheld the University of Texas’ policy that takes race into account as a component of its admissions process. In a 4-3 vote, the justices upheld the judgment of the court of appeals, which ruled in favor of the state’s considering race in its admissions process. This case is
President Obama Reacts to Supreme Court Decision on Immigration
The president says the court's ruling is "heartbreaking" for immigrants who want to fully contribute to America "in an open way."
Supreme Court Upholds Lower Court Ruling on Affirmative Action
The Supreme Court today issued a major ruling on affirmative action, one centered on a program at the University of Texas that takes race into consideration as one factor of admissions.
The Big Cases Still to Be Decided at the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court is heading into the final days of the term. Between now and the end of the month the Court will weigh in on some major issues facing the country: abortion , affirmative action and immigration. The court — down to eight members since Justice Antonin Scalia's death in February —
OPINION: When Trump Says 'Not Just Us' Who is He Talking About?
You can tell from watching the video clip that when Donald Trump waved his hand in front of the Las Vegas crowd -- a quick abbreviated motion, fingers spread, eyes locked -- that he thought he was saying something good. And in his defense, the phrase “not just us” sounds inherently good, if not
Legal Experts Worry After Trump Attacks Judge for Alleged Bias
The brother of a federal judge whom Donald Trump criticized as being biased because of his family heritage has come to his defense, calling the presumptive Republican nominee a "blowhard." But while the judge's brother is brushing off Trump's comments, legal experts are fearful of the precedent his
Kansas State Students Sue After University Allegedly Ignored Sexual Assaults
The two women suing Kansas State University after claiming the school ignored their allegations of being sexually assaulted are breaking their silence. Sara Weckhorst and Tessa Farmer told ABC News in an exclusive interview that they went public with their names because they feel they've done