Two Tears Ago, the Supreme Court Reversed Roe v Wade

Two Tears Ago, the Supreme Court Reversed Roe v Wade

Monday marks the second anniversary of one of the court’s most significant rulings in recent memory, which changed the landscape of abortion access in the United States. NEWSnet’s David Ade reports from Washington on how the decision is still playing a factor as the 2024 election nears.

Biden and Trump Prepare for First Debate

Biden and Trump Prepare for First Debate

The stage is set for a potentially consequential week in the presidential campaign. With the first presidential debate and a likely ruling on whether former President Donald Trump is immune from criminal prosecution. NEWSnet’s David Ade reports from the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court Releases More Opinions on Thursday

Supreme Court Releases More Opinions on Thursday

The U.S. Supreme Court released opinions on less than a handful on Thursday as they entered the day with nearly two-dozen cases yet to be decided. NEWSnet's David Ade tells you what's inside some of those opinions.

Juneteenth Celebrations Continue in Washington, D.C.

Juneteenth Celebrations Continue in Washington, D.C.

People around the country recognizing the Juneteenth national holiday on Wednesday. NEWSnet's David Ade reports from Washington where people are celebrating the holiday.

Senate Committee Hears Testimony on COVID-19 Origins

Senate Committee Hears Testimony on COVID-19 Origins

A Senate Committee heard more than two horus of testimony Tuesday morning, trying to make sense of conflicting opinions on whether COVID-19 came from a lab or was developed naturally. NEWSnet's David Ade reports from Washington.

Vladimir Putin Heads to North Korea

Vladimir Putin Heads to North Korea

Weapons for Ukraine are on the agenda as Putin looks for military support.

Biden’s Campaign Launches Advertising Blitz Highlighting Trump’s Conviction

Biden’s Campaign Launches Advertising Blitz Highlighting Trump’s Conviction

President Joe Biden's campaign on Monday released a new TV ad attacking former President Donald Trump for his 34 felony convictions in New York along with other legal issues. NEWSnet's David Ade reports from Washington.

Juneteenth Celebrations Begin Around the US

Juneteenth Celebrations Begin Around the US

NEWSnet's David Ade spoke with an expert at the National Museum of African History and Culture to discuss hhow the holiday has been celebrated for decades around the country but it now being a federal holiday brings new meaning.

Supreme Court Upholds Abortion Pill Access

Supreme Court Upholds Abortion Pill Access

Justices rule opponents lack the legal right to sue over the Food and Drug Adminstration's approval.

New Audio Renews for Push for Supreme Court Ethics

New Audio Renews for Push for Supreme Court Ethics

The conversation around the Supreme Court ethics returns to Capitol Hill. NEWSnet's David Ade reports from Washington where Democrats in the Senate are hoping to move forward with their plan to reform the guard rails around the court.

House Republicans Prep for Merrick Garland Contempt Vote

House Republicans Prep for Merrick Garland Contempt Vote

House Republicans are moving closer contempt of Congress vote on US Attorney General Merrick Garland. NEWSnet's David Ade reports from Washington with Garland's latest response.

Statues Damaged Near White House

Statues Damaged Near White House

Cleanup continues near the White House after weekend demonstrations left multiple statutes in iconic park across from the White House damaged. NEWSnet's David Ade reports from Washington.

VA Secretary Calls Executive Bonuses a 'Mistake'

VA Secretary Calls Executive Bonuses a 'Mistake'

The Veterans Affairs Administration faces heavy scrutiny from Capitol Hill after the agency’s watchdog revealed millions of dollars in executive bonuses. NEWSnet’s David Ade reports from Washington.

D-Day Ceremony in Washington DC

D-Day Ceremony in Washington DC

The stories of World War II have been remembered with the 80th anniversary of D-Day. NEWSnet's David Ade has this report from Washington.

Republicans Block Bill to Protect Contraception Access

Republicans Block Bill to Protect Contraception Access

Senate Republicans have blocked legislation designed to protect women’s access to contraception. NEWSnet's David Ade reports from Washington.