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    Oklahoma lawmakers pass nation's strictest abortion bill

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  • Buffalo shooting suspect pleads not guilty at arraignment

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  • Johnny Depp's past in question on day 19 of $50 million defamation trial

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  • Amber Heard's sister takes the stand in the $50 million defamation trial

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  • Texas toddler's huge burger order goes viral

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  • Migration surges at the U.S.-Mexico border days before presumed end of Title 42

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  • Teen killed after 10-foot deep sand hole collapses at New Jersey beach

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  • Experts question why New York's red flag law didn't prevent the Buffalo shooting

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  • Biden announces plans to lift some Trump-era restrictions on Cuba

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  • Heard faces a barrage of questioning from Depp's legal team in defamation trial

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  • Dallas police arrest suspect in Asian-owned hair salon shooting 

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  • Former New York student's story goes viral on Instagram, helping fund debate league

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  • Mother of Buffalo shooting survivor speaks out: 'He came into my community with hate'

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  • Amber Heard faces first day of cross examination in defamation trial

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Watch: Good Samaritans rescue Florida woman who passed out while driving

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Florida police released a video of a group of good Samaritans saving a woman who passed out while driving through an intersection. NBC News’ Isa Gutiérrez spoke to the woman who said she suffered convulsions that may have been caused by a new medication.