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    Former Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Michael Stenger found dead in his home

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  • 'A moment of crisis': HHS Secy. Becerra discusses response after Roe v. Wade is overturned

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  • WNBA star Brittney Griner ordered to stand trial in Moscow

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  • Russian missile hits Ukraine mall: Around 20 killed

    02:53
  • Former Mark Meadows aide expected to testify at Jan. 6 hearing

    02:16
  • Lawsuits in 8 states challenge legality of abortion trigger laws

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  • WNBA star Brittney Griner’s trial set to begin July 1 in Moscow

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  • Putin is ‘going to kill whoever he has to kill’ to wear down Ukraine & allies: Panetta

    06:39
  • Democrats scramble to solidify abortion messaging and action plan ahead of midterms

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  • Williams: Public school prayer case is 'another ruling lowering the wall between church and state’

    05:51
  • ‘Surprise witness’ and new evidence to be presented in last minute in Jan. 6th hearing

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  • House Democrats push Biden for abortion action: ‘We are not done fighting’

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  • McConnell on overturning Roe v. Wade: 'Sometimes the precedent is outdated or wrong'

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  • Zelenskyy pleads with world leaders at G7 summit

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  • Some protests turn violent in wake of abortion ruling

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  • Rudy Giuliani allegedly slapped by supermarket employee in NYC

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  • What impact will abortion ruling have on the midterm elections?

    02:45
  • Contraception, birth control in spotlight after abortion decision

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  • Fallout grows over controversial Supreme Court abortion decision

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  • MTP Compressed: Abortion bans triggered after Supreme Court decision as future of contraceptives remains unclear

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Trump says he’s ‘not happy’ about bipartisan shutdown deal

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President Trump told reporters at a Cabinet meeting that he is "not happy" with the deal lawmakers agreed upon to avert another government shutdown. “I don’t think you’re going to see a shutdown," Trump added, cautioned if it does happen, it would be “the Democrats’ fault”