The supreme court has struck down a Texas law that would have regulated abortion clinics. The vote was 5-3.
Legendary women’s college basketball coach Pat Summit has died. She won 8 national championships at the Tennessee before retiring in 2012 after having been diagnosed with early onset dementia. She was 64.
Volkswagen is going to be revealing settlement details over their emissions scandal-The Volkswagen Group is expected to file its $14.7 billion settlement with U.S. regulators and consumers in federal court Today over the diesel cars it rigged with bogus software to cheat emissions standards. Owners affected by the scandal will receive $5,100 to $10,000 in compensation. They can choose to either have their cars fixed or bought back to be repaired to bring them in compliance.
Looking for something to do for the Fourth of July? Facebook launched a new feature yesterday to help people living in major U.S. cities discover large, public events, such as fairs, concerts or local festivals. KVUE
An Austin, Texas woman who appeared on a list among her friends in the Jewish community said, ‘I’m very upset that I was not notified by the FBI or local law enforcement.’ Though FBI officials say they intended to notify all of the more than 15,000 Americans who appear on secret ISIS kill lists, many of these people had no idea they were a target of the terror group. The FBI stressed that to date, no one on the secret hit lists has been attacked.
IKEA: Furniture Business Recalls 29 Million Dressers After 3 Children’s Deaths–The company said its Malm line of chests could fall over and pose a danger to children. IKEA is offering refunds or a kit to anchor the furniture to a wall.
Recent drowning prompts boating officials to urge caution-After a father died while canoeing on Lake Georgetown with his son, officials said it’s more important now than ever to be aware of boating safety. ‘A lot of times we just think about all of the fun,’ said Parks and Wildlife Boater Education Manager, Tim Spice. ‘We jump out there and then we think about the safety a little too late.’
Still wondering why Californians are moving to Texas? San Francisco resident fights sudden rent hike of more than 400 percent. A San Francisco man faces eviction after his rent suddenly skyrocketed from $1,800 to $8,000 a month, allegedly without warning from his landlord.