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The Supreme Court struck down on a 6–3 vote the use of racially discriminatory admissions policies at U.S. colleges. The decision issued on June 29 ends the use of so-called affirmative action in higher education, a longtime goal of conservatives.

The court also unanimously ruled that a lower court applied the wrong standard in a case about whether the U.S. Postal Service violated the constitutional rights of an evangelical Christian mail carrier when the agency refused to accommodate his wish not to work on the Sunday Sabbath.

Top Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives are seeking interviews with a slew of federal officials involved with an investigation into President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.

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