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Tennessee Jewish couple's lawsuit accuses Christian agency of denying them foster care services
A Jewish couple from Tennessee has filed a lawsuit against the state's Department of Children's Services after a state-funded Christian program denied them foster care services for religious reasons.
January 6 Committee Requests Testimony From Ivanka Trump
The House of Representatives select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol attack has asked Ivanka Trump, daughter and advisor to former President Donald Trump, to voluntarily testify about the day's events.
Lusia Harris, 'Queen of Basketball,' Dies at 66
She was the only woman officially drafted by the N.B.A. and the first Black woman inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Supreme Court for third time allows Texas to bar abortions after six weeks
The Supreme Court Evan Vucci/AP The U.S. Supreme Court has once again let the lower courts delay in addressing a Texas law that for four months has, for all practical purposes, made abortion in Texas illegal after six weeks of pregnancy, when many women do not yet know they are pregnant.
January 6 Committee Subpoenas Giuliani, Obtains Eric Trump's Phone Records
The House select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol attack has subpoenaed four former Trump campaign officials and advisers, including former mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani, who once served as Trump's personal lawyer.
Mortgage Rejections 84% Higher for Black Applicants
Black applicants are being denied mortgages at a significantly higher rate than white ones - and the gap has widened during the pandemic, a study found.
Nets Morning Shootaround: Trade deadline rumors and a basketball pioneer passes - The Brooklyn Game
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The Nets will continue their road trip on Wednesday with a stop in Washington D.C.