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Safety Problems Lead To Early End For Study Of 'Abortion Pill Reversal'
Three of the 12 women enrolled in a study of progesterone to reverse a medication-based abortion required ambulance transport to a hospital for treatment of severe vaginal bleeding.
ICE arrests 90 more students at fake university in Michigan
Detroit Free Press
Detroit Free Press
Since January, ICE has arrested about 250 students who were enrolled at a fake university in Farmington Hills set up by ICE to lure in students.
Did Duke Win?
How much money could Sabrina Ionescu make right now?
Legislative changes might allow college athletes to finally cash in. What does that mean for elite women athletes like Ionescu?
Bloomberg vows to refuse donations, presidential salary
Bloomberg’s team has reserved more than $30 million in television ads set to begin running Sunday in several primary states.
Rethinking Sex-Selective Abortion Bans in America
Don't be fooled by PRENDA and its "feminist" facade
This Solar Energy Company Fired Its Construction Crew After They Unionized
Inspired by AOC’s Green New Deal, workers at Bright Power voted to form the first union at a solar power company in New York. On Monday, the company fired them.
Colin Kaepernick case brings tryout waivers into focus
The Colin Kaepernick saga has inadvertently shed light on a subject that has previously been overlooked. The waiver presented to, and rejected by, Kaepernick prompted reports and takes suggesting t…
New Anti-Abortion Bill Could Require Death Certificates for Fertilized Eggs
Half of which don't implant and often come out in a menstrual period.
Fiona Hill Viewed Serving Trump as Risky. Now She’s an Impeachment Witness.
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Ms. Hill’s decision to be the president’s top adviser on Russia and Europe strained friendships, made her a target of conspiracy theories — and landed her in the center of the tumult over Ukraine.
Trump hosted Zuckerberg for undisclosed dinner at the White House in October
The meeting took place during Zuckerberg’s most recent visit to Washington, where he testified before Congress about Facebook’s new cryptocurrency Libra.
Someone Tell Joe Biden: Marijuana Is Not a Gateway Drug
Biden believes that the jury is still out on the question of whether marijuana is a gateway to other illicit substances. But the truth is that it is not—and this has long been a matter of settled science.
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Doctors offer to give free flu shots to detained migrants, warn Trump admin. of epidemic
“As physicians, we have seen the effects of flu infections...The outcomes can be devastating."
Half of Ohio pregnancy-related deaths preventable, report shows
The state received $12 million in federal grants toward prevent.
Spice Up Your D. & D. Game
The New Yorker
A knight with a dark past? Forget it. A cleric with a crisis of faith? Been there before. Here are some character suggestions to freshen up those old Dungeons & Dragons tropes.
Ohio Bill Creates New Felonies for ‘Abortion Murder’ #ABLC
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HB 413 is the most restrictive bill that any state legislature has considered this year—and that's saying a lot.
Fearing a Mass Shooting, Police Took His Guns. A Judge Gave Them Back.
Authorities around the country have collided with the limits of laws designed to seize weapons from those who might be a threat to public safety.
Navy SEALs Were Warned Against Reporting Their Chief for War Crimes
The Navy investigation of a highly decorated platoon leader who now faces court-martial found a subculture that prized aggression and protected wrongdoers.
Why White Parents Were at the Front of the Line for the School Tour
The high stakes of high school admissions in New York — and the lengths some go to get any small advantage.
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