Tenants prepare for unknown as eviction moratorium endsBOSTON (AP) — Tenants saddled with months of back rent are facing the end of the federal eviction moratorium Saturday, a move that could lead to millions being forced from their homes just as the highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus is rap Progressive Cori Bush says 'some Democrats went on vacation instead' of preventing the eviction moratorium from expiringOnce the moratorium expires on July 31, about 6 million Americans will risk eviction in the coming months. Biden asks Congress to extend COVID-19 eviction ban set to expire this weekU.S. President Joe Biden asked Congress on Thursday to extend a moratorium on evictions to protect millions of U.S. renters and their families that is set to expire this week amid a deadly rise in coronavirus infections, the White House said. Federal judge blocks Arkansas law that would ban nearly all abortionsSweeping law had been passed by GOP legislature and signed by state’s governor 47 percent of Republicans say time will come 'to take the law into their own hands': pollAbout 47 percent of Republicans believe that a time will come when “patriotic Americans have to take the law into their own hands,” according to a George Washington University Opinion | A Cheerleader Lands an F on Snapchat, but a B+ in CourtStudents got their first free-speech win in 50 years. That’s a good thing. US Jewish organizations split over 9-0 Supreme Court ruling on LGBTQ foster careOrthodox groups celebrate victory for religious freedom, liberal Jews bemoan civil rights loss, as Catholic agency gains the right to not put children in care of same-sex couples Nearly 230 Republican lawmakers, including McConnell and McCarthy, urge the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade and 'release its vise grip on abortion politics'"Congress and the States have shown that they are ready and able to address the issue," lawyers representing the lawmakers wrote in a brief. Some Texas Democrats ready to walk as GOP digs in on votingSome Texas Democrats say they're ready to stage a second walkout to again stop one of America’s most restrictive voting measures How Democrats Lost the CourtsJustice Stephen Breyer hasn’t retired yet. But filling Supreme Court seats is just one battle in a war over the judiciary—one that progressives worry they’re losing.