Aaron Judge Powers Past Early Season Struggles, Hits 34th Homer to Propel Yankees Over Orioles Ahead of All-Star Break

BALTIMORE — As the Major League Baseball All-Star break approaches, Aaron Judge, the towering figure for the New York Yankees, showcases an impressive turnaround from his early season struggles. Now considered a home run powerhouse, Judge has transformed his batting average from a mere .197 in the initial 33 games to a robust .308 through 95 games, indicating a mid-season revival that has underpinned the Yankees’ offensive might. Upon arriving at Camden Yards for a series-ending game against the Baltimore Orioles, Judge boasts 34 home runs, a personal and franchise benchmark for homers before an … Read more

Appeals Court Reverses Ruling on Texas Law Granting Police Broad Powers in Arresting Migrants

Houston, Texas – The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned a lower court ruling that temporarily halted a Texas law allowing police to arrest migrants suspected of illegally entering the United States. The decision has granted a temporary administrative stay for seven days, giving the federal government time to appeal to the Supreme Court. If the Supreme Court does not intervene, the law will go into effect on March 9. Last week, U.S. District Judge David Ezra blocked the Texas law, which was supposed to take effect on March 5, marking a victory … Read more

Federal Judge Blocks Controversial Texas Law Granting Broad Powers to Arrest Migrants Entering the US

Del Rio, Texas – A federal judge in Texas has issued a preliminary injunction blocking a controversial state law that granted police wide-ranging powers to arrest migrants suspected of unlawfully entering the United States. The ruling represents a victory for the Biden administration in its ongoing dispute with Republican Governor Greg Abbott over immigration enforcement. The law, which was set to take effect on March 5, drew comparisons to Arizona’s “Show Me Your Papers” law of 2010. However, the U.S. Supreme Court partially struck down the Arizona law, leading some Texas Republican leaders to call … Read more