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BREAKING: Supreme Court rules that President Biden can shut down a Trump admin. program designed to restrict immigration at the southern border. nbcnews.to/3ufOENf
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TikTok star Ophelia Nichols, known as “Mama Tot," shared an update with her followers after authorities said her son was dealing marijuana when he was fatally shot the day before his 19th birthday. nbcnews.to/3bFpyko
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Human rights attorneys and groups in Mexico and abroad are denouncing what they see as widespread use of torture at the hands of law enforcement, noting that official figures don't come close to the actual number of cases. nbcnews.to/3y9cQC4
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BREAKING: President Biden says he supports making an exception to the Senate’s filibuster to codify Roe v. Wade’s protections for a woman’s right to an abortion and privacy rights. nbcnews.to/3I1NVVN
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With a higher rate than any other developed country, maternal mortality in the U.S. is astonishingly high, particularly for people of color. That rate will rise post-Roe, experts say. nbcnews.com/news/us-news/no-…
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MAP: Ukrainians who left the country to escape the war with Russia are increasingly making their way back as the fighting enters its fifth month. nbcnews.to/3AfN01T
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When NBC News producers visited crisis pregnancy centers in Texas, counselors misinformed them saying abortions caused mental illness and implied links to cancer and infertility. nbcnews.to/3a8aGLe
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Rep. Cheney called former President Trump a threat to the nation and said members of her party can't be loyal to both him and the Constitution. nbcnews.to/3nLPNZz
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The incident is the second this year that Yellowstone said involved a visitor "getting too close to the animal and the bison responding to the perceived threat by goring the individual.” nbcnews.to/3ucWc3k
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Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the namesake son of an ousted dictator, was sworn in as Philippine president Thursday in one of the greatest political comebacks in recent history but which opponents say was pulled off by whitewashing his family’s image. nbcnews.to/3nqtLLy
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A team searching a Mississippi courthouse basement for evidence about the lynching of Emmett Till finds the unserved warrant charging a white woman in his kidnapping, and relatives of the victim want authorities to finally arrest her nearly 70 years later. nbcnews.to/3a7wgzd
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Authorities suspended internet services in the city and surrounding state in an attempt to prevent the gruesome video from being shared, while rushing additional police and banning large gatherings in an attempt to prevent religious unrest from escalating. nbcnews.to/3Acqszj
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A 101-year-old man has been convicted in Germany of more than 3,500 counts of accessory to murder for serving at the Nazis’ Sachsenhausen concentration camp during World War II. nbcnews.to/3bs0Aoz
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The president’s political operation insists he’s running for re-election — and amid questions of his viability, sources tell NBC News, he now intends to show it. nbcnews.to/3R1jcfF
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“You have to participate,” the owner said of the daily prayer meetings, according to the lawsuit. “If you do not participate, that is okay, you don’t have to work here. You are getting paid to be here.” nbcnews.to/3y2I7GV
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