Religious schools win Supreme Court fight for taxpayer dollars
In a 6-3 ruling on Tuesday, the Supreme Court said Maine violated the U.S. Constitution by stopping taxpayer money from funding religious schools within its tuition assistance program.
Next chapter of Jan. 6 hearings tackles Trump’s pressure on state election officials
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection spent its Tuesday hearing on former President Donald Trump’s direct involvement in an elaborate attempt to have state officials subvert 2020 election results.
Biden pushes vaccines for babies and toddlers: ‘This is no time for politics’
Celebrating what he termed a “historic milestone” in the pandemic, President Joe Biden addressed the nation Tuesday to mark the week that children under the age of 6 are finally cleared to get vaccinated against Covid-19.
Alabama voters cast ballots in runoff for Senate, statewide offices
In the solidly red Heart of Dixie, the winners of statewide and federal offices are often decided in the primaries.
Texas lawmakers scrutinize police response to Uvalde school shooting
A Texas Senate committee met for the first time Tuesday to hear testimony on what changes need to be made to prevent mass shootings like the one at Uvalde’s Robb Elementary School last month from happening again.
Finnish president casts doubt on deal with Turkey before NATO summit
Security negotiations between Finland, Sweden and Turkey are progressing but an agreement will most likely not be ready before a NATO summit next week, leaving the Nordic countries’ applications up in the air.
Top EU court limits use of air passenger data
The European Union’s high court on Tuesday restricted how countries can use data collected from airline passengers.
From hotels to wine and cheese, costs of goods and services vary widely across EU
If you’re traveling through Europe, you’ll get a better deal on a hotel in Romania than you would in Denmark or Sweden. You’ll spend less on clothes in Spain than in France and get more bang for your buck if you dine in Poland rather than Ireland. Data published by Eurostat on Tuesday reveals vast differences in the costs of goods and services across the EU and close trade partners.