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Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas pointed the blame at President Biden for the migrant deaths in San Antonio. “They are a result of his deadly open border policies,” he wrote on Twitter.
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Critic's Notebook: With the fall of Roe v. Wade, new shows and documentaries are disrupting the taboos and clichés around abortion. "What does an abortion story look like freed from justification?" Amanda Hess asks. https://t.co/18fuYDL1gq
The death toll in San Antonio has risen to 46 people, authorities said, in what appeared to be one of the worst episodes of migrant death in recent years. Three people are in custody, the police chief said.
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Facing intensifying skepticism about his capacity to run for re-election, President Biden has been eager for signs of loyalty from his own party — and they have been few and far between. https://t.co/yAxMbTwqZl
More than 40 people believed to be migrants were found dead inside and around an abandoned tractor-trailer in San Antonio, where temperatures reached 103 degrees Fahrenheit on Monday and a heat wave recently broke records.
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Many employers that are offering travel expenses for their employees to get abortions are moving quickly to sort out the mechanics of the policies while also easing worker fears about safety and confidentiality. https://t.co/GiwupPTGAP
Yesli Vega, a Republican nominee in a closely watched House race in Virginia, made false comments last month about rape victims, suggesting in leaked audio recordings that she wouldn’t be surprised if a woman’s body prevents pregnancies from rape.
Breaking News: The bodies of more than 40 people believed to be migrants were found in and around a tractor-trailer abandoned near San Antonio. More than 12 others were found alive and taken to local hospitals, officials said. https://t.co/DrTtvwUKfo
Season 2 of “Only Murders in the Building” is one face in a curious modern TV lineup: Programs that tell a satisfying, complete story in a single season but then keep going, often with diminishing returns, writes our television critic, @poniewozik. https://t.co/0d1zux19vd
Several months ago, we asked readers to tell us about a time when they confronted the decision of whether to have an abortion. We received hundreds of stories. Listen to some of them here. https://t.co/DfjaYXg7rw
A Russian airstrike hit a shopping mall in Kremenchuk, in central Ukraine, on Monday, leaving at least 13 people dead and dozens injured.
“Any of us could have been here,” said Olha Usanova, the city’s deputy mayor. https://t.co/ZAasiyvKbn
A grocery store worker accused of assaulting Rudy Giuliani at a Staten Island supermarket on Sunday had the charges against him reduced after the emergence of video footage that appeared to show him patting Giuliani on the back rather than striking him. https://t.co/qzBLBTgwhP
A new lawsuit claims that the Houston Texans “turned a blind eye” to Deshaun Watson’s alleged behavior toward female massage therapists. https://t.co/VHDQRq9bi7
Morning-after pills and abortion pills are often confused for each other. Here’s how they differ. https://t.co/x4IKvUZHwh
Soon after a video appeared to capture a Republican State Senate candidate punching his Democratic opponent, a woman, at an abortion protest in Rhode Island, he was arrested and charged — and he withdrew from the race. https://t.co/LPzLW5oZJb
Breaking News: California lawmakers have placed a state constitutional amendment that would explicitly protect abortion rights on the November ballot. https://t.co/h4wGCSHvCc
Under a law that goes into effect Friday in Maryland, health care workers who are not physicians — including nurses, midwives and physician assistants — will be legally allowed to provide abortions. https://t.co/FtSm3Eebgd
Update: Three people were killed and multiple others were injured after an Amtrak train hit a dump truck in Missouri, causing several cars to derail. https://t.co/chgWMiSt4s
A Florida judge will decide on Thursday whether to block enforcement of the state’s new 15-week abortion ban, which is set to take effect on Friday. The law is similar to the Mississippi statute at the heart of case that overturned Roe v. Wade. https://t.co/JfXYFLDdmS
Sales of morning-after pills like Plan B have surged after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Some people are creating a stockpile in anticipation of possible restrictions on contraception as Justice Clarence Thomas suggested in Friday's ruling. https://t.co/LQBh0sc6v0 https://t.co/zzpEzVZuwU
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