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    Supreme Court allows Biden to end Trump-era immigration policy

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  • Family ministry scams U.S. government into giving $8 million in Covid relief

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  • 14-year-old boy goes viral for mind-bending photos of cars

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  • Thousands of flights delayed, canceled heading into 4th of July weekend

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  • Florida, Kentucky abortion restriction laws blocked by courts

    02:09
  • Biden accuses Supreme Court of ‘outrageous behavior’ following Roe v. Wade reversal

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  • Ketanji Brown Jackson becomes first Black woman on Supreme Court

    02:24
  • Last living WWII Medal of Honor recipient Hershel 'Woody' Williams dies

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  • Airlines preparing for more delays, cancellations heading into 4th of July weekend

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  • 53 migrants dead in abandoned truck in San Antonio

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  • R. Kelly sentenced to 30 years in prison

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  • Confusion spreading across states about abortion laws

    02:27
  • Cheney calls for former Trump White House counsel to testify in Jan 6 hearings

    02:47
  • Women turning to medication abortions, following Roe v. Wade reversal

    02:27
  • Secretary Pete Buttigieg addresses chaos in travel industry

    03:18
  • Boy Scouts help passengers from deadly Amtrak derailment

    02:10
  • Dozens of migrants found dead in abandoned truck in Texas

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  • Explosive January 6th testimony by Trump White House insider

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  • Crisis pregnancy centers facing backlash over high taxpayer costs, medical misinformation

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Factory workers say they were told to continue working hours before tornado disaster

02:36

At least six employees at Mayfield Consumer Products candle factory in Kentucky say they were told to continue working on holiday orders after the first storm sirens went off. CEO Troy Propes tells NBC News’ Kate Snow no one was forced to stay, and another employee says many workers left.