Pride month may be over, but the founders of the organization Our Night Out Wilmington are proud of their identities year round.
The amendment would require the legislature to set a list of alleged crimes that make a defendant ineligible for bail.
Several of the bills have languished for years in the legislature; their passage this year reflected urgency spurred by mass shootings in Texas and New York State.
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The news cycle has been a whirlwind in recent weeks, especially with the stories coming out of Washington DC.The headlines have jumped from the testimony in public hearings held by the House Jan. 6th Committee to passage of bipartisan gun safety and mental health legislation to the U.S Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.Delaware’s senior Senator, Tom Carper recently visited the Delaware Public Media studios in Dover to discuss these issues and more.
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Now that the Supreme Court has struck down Roe v. Wade, experts warn that prosecutions will increase for miscarriages, stillbirths and self-induced abortions.
In a departure from earlier Supreme Court decisions on abortion, Justice Alito's abortion opinion barely mentions medicine. This creates a perilous new legal reality for doctors, legal analysts say.
The largest city in the U.S. ranks 93rd in access to public restrooms. But a new effort "will allow those New Yorkers with the dignity of a place to go," Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine says.
Russian forces are strengthening their positions in a grueling fight to capture the last stronghold of resistance in eastern Ukraine's Luhansk province, the region's governor said Sunday.
Argentina's economy minister resigned unexpectedly Saturday, dealing a fresh blow to the government of President Alberto Ferández as the country struggles with economic problems.
North Korea on Sunday slammed the United States, South Korea and Japan for pushing to boost their trilateral military cooperation, warning it would reinforce its military capability.
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