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Activists gather outside US Supreme Court ahead of major abortion case

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Activists gather outside US Supreme Court ahead of major abortion case

Activists gather outside US Supreme Court ahead of major abortion case

Pro-choice and anti-abortion activists gather outside the US Supreme Court ahead of oral arguments in the fiercest challenge to abortion in a generation, as a Supreme Court dramatically reshaped by Donald Trump hears a case that could roll back 50 years of reproductive rights.


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US Appeals Court Says DOJ Can Resume Use of Classified Records in Trump Criminal Probe [Video]

US Appeals Court Says DOJ Can Resume Use of Classified Records in Trump Criminal Probe

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Special Master Dearie Asks Trump To Prove FBI ‘Planted’ Evidence [Video]

Special Master Dearie Asks Trump To Prove FBI ‘Planted’ Evidence

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