- WorldLouisiana judge temporarily blocks abortion ban after U.S. Supreme Court ruling, article with gallery
A Louisiana judge on Monday temporarily blocked the Republican-led state from enforcing laws banning abortion that were set to take effect after the U.S. Supreme Court's blockbuster decision to end the constitutional right to the procedure nationwide.
- LegalU.S. Supreme Court endorses football coach's on-field prayers
The U.S. Supreme Court, in the latest in a spate of decisions expanding religious liberty, ruled on Monday that a Washington state public school district violated the rights of a Christian high school football coach who was suspended for refusing to stop leading prayers with players on the field after games.
- MarketsGrowth stocks drag Nasdaq lower, energy shares bounce, article with image
The Nasdaq Composite index fell by midday trading on Monday, dragged down by high-growth stocks as last week's rally on easing concerns over inflation lost steam, while recovering oil prices boosted shares of energy firms.
- BusinessAirlines cancel over 700 U.S. flights as labor crunch weighs
Airlines canceled over 700 flights in the United States on Monday, as adverse weather and a shortage of staff hurt their ability to keep up with a surge in summer travel demand.