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Mitt Romney

'Mitt Romney Republican' is now a potent GOP primary attack

65% Center coverage: 20 sources
Trump-aligned Republicans have used Mitt Romney as a foil in this year's primaries. Romney is revered by many in Utah, where the church is a dominant presence in politics and culture. Romney's brand has become potent attack fodder reflect how singular Romney's position is in U.S. politics.See the Story
Erdogan · Istanbul

Erdogan tells Sweden, NATO leaders that Turkey awaits steps for NATO bids

61% Center coverage: 13 sources
Sweden and Finland applied to join the Western military alliance in May. Turkey, which is a NATO member, has so far blocked the applications. Turkey is demanding that Sweden and Finland grant extradition requests for individuals who are wanted in Turkey. Ankara claims the countries are harboring PKK members as well people it says are linked to a failed 2016 coup.See the Story
Europe · London

West African states Gabon and Togo join Commonwealth

57% Center coverage: 14 sources
Gabon and Togo are Francophone countries that actively tried to join the bloc of 54 nations. Commonwealth's titular head is Britain's Queen Elizabeth II. Prince Charles represented his mother at the summit in Kigali, the Rwandan capital. Meeting also raised more than $4 billion in pledges toward the fight against malaria.See the Story
Gay Marriage · Mexico City

After two-year hiatus, Mexico City conducts mass ceremony for same-sex couples

72% Center coverage: 14 sources
Same-sex marriage is now possible in 27 of Mexico's 32 states. Mexico, Brazil and Argentina top Latin America in the number of same-sex marriages. Mayela Villalobos came out to her mother when she was 23. She thought moving to Acapulco with a young niece would give her more freedom.See the Story
US & Canada

Abortion foes, supporters map next moves after Roe reversal

86% Center coverage: 15 sources
Clinics in Arizona, Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Missouri, South Dakota, West Virginia and Wisconsin stopped performing abortions. Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signed an executive order to help shield people seeking or providing abortions in his state from facing legal consequences in other states. Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers said he will support legal action to overturn a 173-year-old state abortion ban.See the Story
US & Canada

Pope hails families, blasts ‘culture of waste’ after Roe

65% Center coverage: 14 sources
Pope Francis urges families to shun selfish decisions that are indifferent to life. Homily comes a day after U.S. Supreme Court ended constitutional protections for abortion. Francis didn't refer to the ruling or explicitly mention abortion in his homily. Vatican welcomed Friday's ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that provided constitutional protections.See the Story
US & Canada · Wisconsin

Wisconsin’s Evers looks for boost from anger over abortion

73% Center coverage: 11 sources
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers vows to fight a 173-year-old state abortion ban. Evers won election in the battleground state four years ago by just over 1 percentage point. Wisconsin's governor's race is expected to be one of the hardest fought in the country this year.See the Story
US & Canada · Rhode Island

Officer suspended for off-duty actions at abortion protest

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Jennifer Rourke, Rhode Island Political Cooperative Chairwoman and a state Senate candidate, said she was punched in the face at least twice by Jeann Lugo. Lugo told the Journal on he was "not going to deny" the punching allegation, but added that "everything happened very fast" Lugo tweeted that he was dropping out of the race.See the Story
US & Canada · Guatemala City

Guatemala court blocks anti-corruption agreement

34% Center coverage: 6 sources
A Guatemalan court has tossed out an agreement that made it easier to prosecute bribery involving the Brazilian construction giant Odebrecht. The decision adds to a series of moves reversing efforts to uproot corruption involving the Central American country's political and business elite. Under pressure from prosecutors in the U.S., Brazil and elsewhere, the company has admitted paying bribes across Latin America to win government contracts.See the Story
US & Canada

Justices' past abortion views, in their own words and votes

50% Center coverage: 6 sources
Justices had much to say in public about abortion over the years in opinions, votes, Senate confirmation testimony and elsewhere. The vote was 6-3 to uphold Mississippi's law banning most abortions after 15 weeks. Justices Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan were in dissent.See the Story

LAPD officer who died was beaten in training meant to ‘simulate a mob,’ mother claims

100% Center coverage: 4 sources
Houston Tipping, 32, was hurt May 26 at the police academy and died three days later. His funeral Wednesday was attended by police Chief Michel Moore and Mayor Eric Garcetti. Tipping's mother, Shirley Huffman, filed her notice of claim against the city Friday.See the Story
US & Canada · California

Man Shot in Car After Leaving College East Party

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
An 18-year-old is not expected to survive after he was shot leaving a party in the College Area. The shooting happened near the gathering on Art Street, just north of El Cajon Boulevard. Medics quickly transferred the man to a different hospital for a higher level of trauma care.See the Story

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