Abortion clinics in Texas can stay open, for now. The Supreme Court granted a stay against a law that would have closed all but a handful of facilities in the state. (Washington Post)
It’s not just Greece having money troubles; Puerto Rico can’t pay its debts either, and the US is not happy about it. (New York Times)
Victoria’s Secret is going to be better to its employees. The company is getting rid of on-call scheduling, when workers could have shifts canceled with barely any notice.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to announce his presidential campaign Tuesday morning. He’ll be the 14th Republican to enter the race, with more to come. (CNN)
The Supreme Court ruled that one of the drugs used in botched executions in Oklahoma doesn’t violate the ban on cruel and unusual punishment. (New York)
Justices Stephen Breyer and Ruth Bader Ginsburg not only disagreed, they both said that it’s “highly likely” the death penalty violated the Constitution. (Huffington Post)
It’s more than tragedy in Charleston: Six churches with largely black congregations have burned since last week, and three are being investigated as arson. (Washington Post)
After more than two years of negotiations, world leaders still haven’t reached a deal with Iran over nuclear weapons and economic sanctions. (USA Today)