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Michigan Judge Temporarily Blocks State's Dormant 1931 Law Banning Abortions
The 1931 law banning abortion has been dormant since the Roe v. Wade decision, but could go back into effect if the Supreme Court overturns the right to abortion
Jan. 6 Committee Doesn't Expect to Interview Trump in Investigation into Insurrection and Capitol Attack
“We’re not sure that the evidence that we receive can be any more validated with his presence,” said Rep. Bennie Thompson, chairman on the panel that’s met with more than 1,000 witnesses
Controversial Rep. Madison Cawthorn Concedes North Carolina Republican Primary
The Associated Press reports the controversial incumbent lawmaker lost the race to Republican Chuck Edwards
First Lady Jill Biden Addresses Parents Amid Nationwide Formula Shortage in New PSA: 'You're Not Alone'
The first lady says in a new PSA that the administration recognizes the frustrations of American parents — and that the Biden administration is "working around the clock to get you what you need"
Hundreds of Ukrainian Fighters Evacuated from Mariupol Steel Plant: 'Heroes of Our Time'
Ukrainian soldiers were holed up inside the besieged Ukrainian Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol for more than two months amid Russia’s invasion into Ukraine
Volodymyr Zelenskyy Gives Speech as Part of Cannes Film Festival Opening: 'We Continue Fighting'
"We will win in this war. Glory to Ukraine," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said during a speech at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival's opening ceremony

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Joe and Jill Biden Meet with Victims' Families in Wake of Buffalo Shooting: 'From Tragedy Will Come Hope'
The president grew choked up when delivering a speech about the victims, including Andre Mackneil, who was killed while shopping for a birthday cake for his three-year-old son
Donald Trump Says He is Writing 'Depressing' Book About Election Fraud Claims: 'I Don't Think You'll Enjoy It'
Since leaving the White House, Trump has made unfounded and continued claims that he won the 2020 presidential election over Joe Biden, who won both the electoral and popular votes
Joe Biden and Jill Biden Will Travel to Buffalo to 'Grieve With the Community' in Wake of Shooting

In a statement sent after the shooting, the president described it as "hate-fueled domestic terrorism"