The U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguably the biggest abortion case in decades today. Justices will hear oral arguments on a controversial Mississippi law that prohibits nearly all abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. State officials will argue decisions regarding abortions should be left up to the states.       A small town north of Detroit is grieving following a mass shooting at a high school. Folks in Oxford came together to pray and comfort one another last night after the shooting that killed three students and injured eight. Police arrested a 15-year-old boy who's accused of opening fire at Oxford High School.       Former President Trump tested positive for coronavirus three days before his first debate against Joe Biden. That's according to a new book by former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Trump was tested again and it was negative, but he announced a few days later he had tested positive and the President ended up in the hospital.       President Biden is expected to tighten travel restrictions tomorrow as a new COVID variant spreads to 20 countries. That includes shortening the testing window. Every person flying into the country will have to get tested one day before boarding, whether they're vaccinated or not.        Two men have pleaded guilty for their roles in the overdose death of rapper Mac Miller. Both men admitted yesterday to supplying Miller with counterfeit oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl. Miller received the pills two days before dying at his Los Angeles area home in September of 2018.       Mortgage applications were mixed last week as interest rates jumped. The national average interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose seven basis points. Last week's bump caused refinance applications to crater, falling 15-percent for the week.