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The 'Gun Dude' and a Supreme Court case that changed who can own firearms in the U.S

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An individual right to own a gun for personal protection is an idea deeply ingrained in American culture, but until Dick Heller came along, there was little actual legal framework to back that belief. (Image credit: Ed Jones/AFP via Getty Images)
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Most abortions are done at home. Antiabortion groups are taking aim

Most abortions are done at home. Antiabortion groups are taking aim

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Two top anti-abortion groups have crafted and successfully lobbied for state legislation to ban or further restrict drugs used to terminate pregnancies.
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New York reproductive care eroding amid Catholic-secular hospital mergers

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New York leaders often tout the state's historically strong abortion protections, which predate the 1973 Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision. But access to a number of common and potentially life-saving reproductive health services is shrinking in much of the state due to mergers and management agreements between secular and Catholic-run healthcare facilities.
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Idaho Supreme Court Rules That Strict Abortion Ban Can Take Effect

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In a late Friday ruling, the state's highest court said that a ban could begin at the end of the month while legal challenges are reviewed.
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Actor blames ‘straight people' for gay comedy's box-office failure

Actor blames ‘straight people' for gay comedy's box-office failure

Billy Eichner, the star and co-writer of ‘Bros,' has claimed that audiences stayed away because of the movie's LGBTQ content Hollywood actor Billy Eichner has suggested that... Read more ...

Nvidia to completely leave Russia - Forbes

Nvidia to completely leave Russia - Forbes

The company is also reportedly offering to relocate its Russian employees to other countries US-based multinational tech giant Nvidia is set to shut down its Russian office by... Read more ...

Gas prices on the rise again: Here's where pump prices stand in Ohio...

Gas prices on the rise again: Here's where pump prices stand in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana

There's been a recent rise in prices at the pump, including in the tri-state area. Read more ...

Kremlin Mouthpiece Who Said West Lost 'Appeal' Has American Teach Her Kids

Margarita Simonyan is described by the U.S. State Department as "one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's main faces of propaganda and disinformation." Read more ...

What is the Japanese prime minister's military strategy?

Fumio Kishida wants to boost the country's military capabilities over the next five years. Read more ...

Kanye West Plays James Blake Collaboration, Wears “White Lives Matter” Shirt...

The Anti-Defamation League considers “White Lives Matter” to be a “hate slogan” Read more ...

Haunted houses: Where to find a good scare around Louisville

Haunted houses: Where to find a good scare around Louisville

Here's out list of haunted houses in Louisville and the surrounding area. Read more ...

“I Think Lachlan's Trying to Peter Thiel Crikey”: Inside a Scrappy...

As the Murdoch family contends with billion-dollar defamation suits tied to the 2020 election, Lachlan Murdoch is taking Crikey to court over a critical Jan. 6-related opinion... Read more ...

Granite State Debates Criteria

Granite State Debates Criteria

Candidates seeking inclusion in the 2022 Granite State Debates must meet all of these predetermined objective criteria by October 17, 2022. Granite State Debates will only... Read more ...

Police close westbound I-670 near Grand Ave. after disturbance on the roadway

Police close westbound I-670 near Grand Ave. after disturbance on the roadway

The road will remain closed until further notice Read more ...