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Beto O'Rourke Says He Will Work to Repeal Texas Abortion Ban if Elected Governor
The former presidential candidate held a rally for reproductive rights in East Austin Sunday just days after the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was announced
Governor Who Signed Abortion Ban with No Exceptions for Rape or Incest Says 'It's Not the Debate Today'
Asa Hutchinson previously signed an abortion ban with no exceptions for incest or rape, even in the case of a minor, now says he'd "prefer a different outcome" but "that's not the debate today"
White House Knocks Down Calls to Expand SCOTUS in Wake of Abortion Ruling
The court has been expanded in the past and began as a six-member body in 1789
SCOTUS Sides with Former Football Coach Fired for Praying at Games, Expanding Right to Religious Expression
Joseph Kennedy previously filed a lawsuit alleging that a high school violated his First Amendment speech and religious rights when they fired him for praying after football games
Man Arrested After Slapping Rudy Giuliani on the Back in Staten Island Supermarket
Rudy Giuliani compared the slap to a gunshot, explaining the man — identified as Daniel Gill — allegedly called him, "a f---ing scumbag?"
Tie in Alabama Senate Primary Means Winner Could Be Picked by Coin Toss or 'Rock-Paper-Scissors'
Election code dictates that ties will be decided by drawing of lots in the presence of Alabama’s governor and secretary of state
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Ireland Baldwin Reveals She Was Raped as a Teen While 'Unconscious' and Shares Her Abortion Story
"I chose me, and I would choose me again. It's your life, it's your choice," Ireland Baldwin said in a video in the wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned
Billie Joe Armstrong Says He's 'Renouncing' U.S. Citizenship Since Roe v. Wade Has Been Overturned
"There's too much f---ing stupid in the world to go back to that miserable f---ing excuse for a country," Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong said during a recent concert stop
Cop Drops Out of Rhode Island Senate Race After Opponent Says She Was Attacked at Abortion Rally

"This is what it is to be a Black woman running for office," wrote Rhode Island State Senate candidate Jennifer Rourke, after accusing opponent Jeann Lugo of assaulting her