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Protestors · Washington
Rallies held across US to mark 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade
From beach cities to snow-covered streets, abortion supporters rallied by the thousands on Sunday to demand protections for reproductive rights and mark the 50th anniversary of the now-overturned Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision that established federal protections for the procedure.See the Story
66% Center coverage: 120 sources
US & Canada · Washington
How will life change once the COVID-19 emergency ends?
The declaration of a COVID-19 public health emergency three years ago changed the lives of millions of Americans by offering increased health care coverage, beefed-up food assistance and universal access to coronavirus vaccines and tests. See the Story
71% Center coverage: 14 sources
US & Canada
Florida Supreme Court to hear case challenging state’s 15-week abortion law
The court said late Monday it will hear the case, which has been part of a legal fight since the law took effect last July. The law prohibits abortions after 15 weeks, with exceptions if the procedure is necessary to save the pregnant woman's life. It does not allow exemptions in cases of rape, incest or human trafficking.See the Story
70% Center coverage: 10 sources
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Grand Jury · Tallahassee
Florida court grants DeSantis' petition to investigate pharmaceutical companies
The Florida Supreme Court will convene a grand jury at Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis’ request to investigate any wrongdoing with respect to the COVID-19 vaccines, the court announced Thursday.See the Story
46% Right coverage: 35 sources
Donald Trump · Washington
Sean Hannity Testified He Doubted Trump’s Fraud Claims
Fox News star Sean Hannity has admitted under oath that he didn’t believe Sidney Powell's stolen election claims. “I did not believe it for one second,” he said in his deposition for Dominion Voting Systems’ defamation case against Fox News, according to The New York Times. The admission is notable in that it indicates that Fox personalities such as Hannity and Tucker Carlson may have known that content surrounding the idea of a stolen election was false, yet allowed it to air repeatedly anyway. See the Story
44% Left coverage: 34 sources
US & Canada
ALS patients contend with $158K price tag on new drug
In September, Relyvrio became only the third drug approved in the U.S. for ALS. Patients with insurance coverage say the $158,000 per year price tag is fueling insurance delays or denials. Some patients see themselves shouldering co-payments between $1,000 and $4,000 a month.See the Story
93% Center coverage: 29 sources
Senior Citizens · New York
Hospitalizations signal rising COVID-19 risk for US seniors
Coronavirus-related hospital admissions are climbing again in the United States, with older adults a growing share of U.S. deaths and less than half of nursing home residents up to date on COVID-19 vaccinations.See the Story
74% Center coverage: 103 sources
National 988 mental health hotline back up after outage
The call service, which was launched in July, was restored shortly before midnight on Thursday. People experiencing a mental health crisis were still able to reach a counselor by texting 988 or by visiting 988lifeline.org to start a chat. The federal government is investigating the hotline's outage.See the Story
71% Center coverage: 32 sources
US & Canada · Los Angeles
NCAA not liable in widow's $55 million concussion liability suit, jury says
The National Collegiate Athletic Association on Tuesday beat a $55 million lawsuit brought by the widow of a former University Southern California linebacker who said the organization failed to adequately protect her husband from concussions.See the Story
63% Center coverage: 38 sources
US & Canada · Washington
Despite dangerous pregnancy complications, abortions denied in U.S.
A growing number of physicians and families say that pregnant women with dangerous medical conditions are showing up in hospitals and doctors’ offices only to be denied the abortions that could help treat them. Some doctors in states with restrictive abortion laws say they’ve referred or suggested more patients go elsewhere than ever. Some women are facing harmful, potentially deadly delays. See the Story
56% Center coverage: 16 sources
US & Canada · Ottawa
In a first, doctors treat fatal genetic disease before birth
A Canadian toddler is being celebrated in the scientific world as the first treated in utero for a genetic disease that would have quickly killed her. "She's our little miracle baby, and she's showed us that (the treatment) does work," said Sobia Qureshi, mother of 16-month-old Ayla.See the Story
60% Center coverage: 15 sources