People stand at the National Right to Life convention.

National Right To Life Convention Erupted In Cheer After Roe Decision

Attendees of the National Right to Life convention hugged and cheered after the Supreme Court announced its decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.


4:34People protest after Roe was overturned.

Roe Is Overturned. What's Next?

A person smokes an e-cigarette
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Juul Can Keep Selling E-Cigarettes As Court Blocks FDA Ban

10:10Abortion-rights activists protest outside of the U.S. Supreme Court on Capitol Hill in Washington.
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Supreme Court Overturns Roe V. Wade; States Can Ban Abortion

3:35Former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx
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Former COVID Response Coordinator Criticizes Early Missteps

3:41The site of the Tops supermarket is shown.

Doctors Work To Up Mental Health Resources In Buffalo After Shooting

4:20People kneel outside of Tops supermarket.

How The Buffalo Shooting Brought 'Supermarket Redlining' To Light

2:50Jackie Cazares
Newsy / Cazares family

Family Remembers Their Daughter 4 Weeks After Shooting In Uvalde

4:25Indigenous Women Rising, an organization based in downtown Albuquerque.

Organization Works To Provide Reproductive Needs For Indigenous Women

1:13Workers pump water out of the foundation of the former Champlain Towers South building.
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Judge Approves $1B+ Deal In Deadly Florida Condo Collapse

0:19Trumpet, a bloodhound dog
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Trumpet Becomes First Bloodhound To Win Westminister Dog Show

1:08First Lady Jill Biden and tennis great Billie Jean King
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First Lady Jill Biden Marks 50th Anniversary Of Title IX

0:22An electronic cigarette from Juul Labs.
Brynn Anderson / AP

FDA Bans Juul E-Cigarettes Tied To Teen Vaping Surge

0:51Justin Ross Harris
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Murder Conviction Overturned In Georgia Hot Car Death Case

8:30Proud Boys leader Henry "Enrique" Tarrio.
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Proud Boys Riot Trial Delayed Due To Committee Hearings

0:32Campaign sign for Pete Arredondo
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Uvalde School Police Chief On Leave Following Mass Shooting

3:19Pres. Biden is about to speak on reducing gas prices.

What Would A Gas Tax Break Feel Like For Drivers?

6:31Anti-abortion protesters hold signs.

New Abortion Laws Say It's Clear When Life Starts. Biology Can't Agree

4:10Raymond Lopez walks down a street.

Chicago Mayoral Candidate Shares His Coming Out Journey

2:38Elmendorf Police Chief Marco Pena testifies on the second day of a hearing in the Texas state senate chamber.
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Uvalde Gunman Showed Issues That Normally Warn Authorities

2:14The image from video from a campaign ad by Eric Greitens for U.S. Senate shows him brandishing a long gun.
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Republican Campaign Focus On Guns Has New Implications

Crime scene tape surrounds Robb Elementary School after a mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Jae C. Hong / AP

Uvalde Mayor Says Robb Elementary Will Be Demolished After Shooting

2:18Dozens of vehicles lined up outside Yellowstone National Park’s entrance
Matthew Brown / AP

Officials Give An Update On The Yellowstone Flooding

2:06Asian carp
M. Spencer Green / AP

Illinois Announces New Name For Asian Carp, An Invasive Fish Species

0:33Katie Bryant, Daunte Wright's mother, is surrounded by community members and activists
Nicole Neri / AP

$3.2M Settlement Reached In Police Killing Of Daunte Wright

3:38Yellowstone National Park Ranger surveys damage from floods
Matthew Brown / AP

Yellowstone National Park Partially Reopens After Historic Flooding

0:28Fire crews work to tame wildfires
Rachel Gibbons / Arizona Daily Sun via AP

Labor Shortage Compounds Federal Firefighters' Staffing Woes

1:02Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Chris Murphy
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Senators Reach Bipartisan Compromise On Gun Violence Bill

4:45Dr. Rebecca Gomperts is pictured.

Dutch Doctor Helps Americans Who Want Abortions And Can't Get Them

6:21The Second Largest Minority
Library of Congress

The History Of LGBTQ Officers In The U.S. Intelligence Community

2:49Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steve McCraw testifies at a Texas Senate hearing.
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Texas Public Safety Head Calls Uvalde Police Response 'Abject Failure'