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Mississippi Passed The Nation's Most Restrictive Abortion Law

Mississippi's House and Senate passed a bill that bans most abortions after 15 weeks. The state's governor is expected to sign it into law.

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1:03Flag from women's suffrage movement
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

The Colors That Have Marked Women's Movements Throughout The Years

3:44Washington, D.C., Councilman Robert White speaks with Newsy's Chance Seales

D.C. Councilman Wants New Dads To Get The Same Time Off As New Moms

2:25Labor employment center in New York State
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The Mental Cost Of Poverty: How Being Poor Leads To Poor Decisions

1:31Gun store display
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Florida Legislature Passes Controversial School Safety Bill

0:37Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson
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HUD Secretary Ben Carson Is Changing His Agency's Mission Statement

1:20A man with a device to relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms

How Electric Pulses Can Help Fight The Opioid Crisis

5:20Ashley Cacho talks to Newsy at her home.
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Sold In America: A Sex Trafficking Survivor Shares Her Story

0:59Handguns held over a display case
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RAND Report On Guns Finds Policy Research Is Sorely Lacking

0:58Areva Martin tweets incorrect graphic

Fact Check: This Graphic On Guns Isn't Really Accurate

2:03President Lyndon B. Johnson and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
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50 Years After Landmark Kerner Report Black Americans Still Lag Behind

1:02A child does after-school yoga

Why Some Schools Are Swapping Out Traditional Punishment For Yoga

3:00Google logos projected on a man
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Google Lawsuits Show 'Diversity' No Longer Has One Definition

20:26An officer looks at a car.

Sold In America: The Buyers

20:19A woman comforts another woman.

Sold In America: The Trafficking

21:03Two women walk in a brothel.

Sold In America: The Workers

2:09Neo-Nazis partipate in KKK demonstration
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The Southern Poverty Law Center Says White Supremacy Rose In 2017

0:39Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel
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Deputies Start Carrying Rifles In Schools In Broward County, Florida

3:02Dr. Neil Chatterjee with his son
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Dr. Neil Chatterjee Speaks About His Paternity Leave Experience

0:46Rachel Crooks
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Woman Accusing Trump Of Sexual Assault Wants The Tape To Prove It

2:12Karissa Saenz, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, holds a sign.
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Making Parkland Political

1:15Pennsylvania State Capitol
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

Pennsylvania's New Congressional Map Isn't Going Over Great With Some

0:31New Pennsylvania congressional map
Pennsylvania Supreme Court

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Redraws Congressional Districts

0:39Defense Secretary Jim Mattis
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Pentagon Will Reportedly Issue Transgender Troop Policy By Wednesday

0:52U.S. capitol building
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What The Senate Gun Background Check Bill Would Do

1:09Florida school shooting mourners at a vigil for the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting
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Survivors Of The Florida School Shooting Plan A March On Washington

1:23Anti-violence against women display
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What A Trump Appointment Could Mean For This Anti-Violence Office

2:35YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki gives keynote address.
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YouTube Says It Wants To Be 'Consistent' — It's Been Anything But That

1:09A woman protesting with menstrual pad
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A Male Representative In Arizona Is Getting Tampons In His Mailbox

2:19Abandoned buildings in Baltimore
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The War On Poverty Continues

3:05Microphones surround Weinstein accuser.
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Some Women Become 'Collateral Damage' In The #MeToo Movement