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    Report: Trump White House officials interviewed by FBI over classified documents

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  • Librarian collects hundreds of items used as bookmarks over a decade

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  • States along Colorado River face water cuts as megadrought intensifies

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  • New signs Ukraine on the offensive after explosion in Crimea

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  • Top Trump targets on the ballot in Wyoming, Alaska primaries

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  • New York airports hit with heavy delays due to staffing issues

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  • Trump and his associates under legal pressure

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  • Boston police officers escort stranded groom to island wedding

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  • Megadrought emergency in Grand Canyon

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  • Rep. Liz Cheney facing Trump-backed opponent in Wyoming primary

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  • One year after Kabul fell to the Taliban, Afghanistan is in chaos

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  • Author Salman Rushdie in critical condition after being stabbed

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  • FBI, DHS warn of threats to law enforcement following Mar-a-Lago search

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  • Actress Anne Heche to be taken off life support

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  • Wyoming and Alaska Primaries around the corner

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  • Author Salman Rushdie taken off ventilator after showing signs of improvement, according to his son

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  • Five Americans injured in Jerusalem terror attack

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  • 29-year-old Delaware resident kills himself after plowing car in Capitol barricades

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  • Volatile fallout after angry reactions to court approved search warrant for Trump’s Florida estate

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Political divide deepens across states following Roe v. Wade reversal

02:35

Following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, some states are immediately enacting trigger laws while other states are strengthening access to abortion. Many abortion rights supporters are trying to block bans from taking effect in over half a dozen states, including Louisiana, where one judge temporarily halted the state’s trigger law. Further, new polling data suggested that the ruling is not in sync with public opinion across the nation.