The 50th annual March for Life will take place in the nation’s capital next month. At this year’s event, marchers will walk toward the U.S. Capitol building instead of the U.S. Supreme Court building as had been tradition. It is also the first March for Life event to happen since the Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade last year.
Thousands of people gathered on the National Mall on Friday for the March for Life, an annual anti-abortion rally that took on a triumphant tone as attendees looked forward to a pending Supreme Court ruling with the potential to strike down Roe v. Wade and return control over abortion legislation to the states.
An interfaith assortment of faith leaders and actors were arrested outside the White House on Tuesday as they demanded in prayers and speeches that President Joe Biden and lawmakers in Congress do more to advocate for voting rights legislation.
Democrats in the Senate and the House are deeply divided over so-called infrastructure bills. The Washington Post reports: "Many liberals don’t trust moderates. Key moderates no longer trust congressional leaders or the White House. And few in the House trust the Senate." What is going on in Washington?