Articles By Ashley Portero

From Society Jun 29, 2012

George Zimmerman Could Go Free After Second Bond Hearing

Only four weeks after having his bail revoked for lying about his finances while under oath, George Zimmerman will once again ask for bond on Friday.

From Politics & Policy Jun 29, 2012

Republicans Quickly, Pointedly Voice Displeasure After Health Care Ruling

House Republicans have already scheduled a July 11 vote to repeal the health care law.

From Health Jun 29, 2012

Supreme Court Health Care Decision: How Does It Affect Consumers?

Both the uninsured and those who already have health coverage stand to benefit from the upholding of the Affordable Care Act.

From Health Jun 29, 2012

Obamacare Supreme Court Ruling: Upholds Health Care Law, Individual Mandate Constitutional

Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the court's liberal judges to uphold the law's individual mandate.

From Law Jun 28, 2012

Supreme Court Health Care Decision Is Coming Thursday: What You Need To Know

After two years of partisan arguments surrounding the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, the Supreme Court will finally make its call on Thursday.

From Politics & Policy Jun 26, 2012

US Supreme Court Reaffirms Loyalty To Citizens United, Rejects Montana Campaign Finance Ruling

The biggest legal challenge to date of the controversial campaign finance law was reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court.

From Law Jun 26, 2012

Supreme Court Health Care Decision To Come Thursday

The U.S. Supreme Court will announce its health care decision on Thursday, after making three major rulings on Monday.

From Faith & Belief Jun 24, 2012

Most Americans Don't Know President Obama Is A Christian: Poll

Only one-third of Americans know U.S. President Barack Obama is a Christian, according to Gallup, which found 44 percent of respondents could not identify the president's faith.

From Health Jun 24, 2012

Americans Are Concerned About Antibiotics In Their Meat: Poll

Most Americans are concerned about the public-health consequences of antibiotic overuse, even as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration drags its heels in developing regulations for the meat industry.

From Politics & Policy Jun 24, 2012

Arkansas Supreme Court Strikes Down Execution Law

The state has been barred from using capital punishment, although the court did not specifically rule that lethal injection or the death penalty is unconstitutional.