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Dec

26 states plan to ban abortion in some form if the Supreme Court OKs Mississippi's ban. Here's who is most at risk.

26 states plan to ban abortion in some form if the Supreme Court OKs Mississippi's ban. Here's who is most at risk. Who will lose access to abortion if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade? Those who are low-income and nonwhite are expected to be most affected.       Source: USA Today Personal Finance 26 states plan to ban abortion

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8
Dec

Santa received his booster shot and is 'good to go' for Christmas, Dr. Fauci confirms

Santa received his booster shot and is 'good to go' for Christmas, Dr. Fauci confirms Dr. Anthony Fauci confirmed to USA TODAY that Santa Claus received his COVID-19 booster shot and is ‘good to go’ for Christmas.       Source: USA Today Personal Finance Santa received his booster shot and is 'good to go' for Christmas, Dr. Fauci confirms

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Dec

'He's definitely once-in-a-lifetime': 7-foot-3 Bol Kuir is a 'unicorn' in the Kentucky mountains

'He's definitely once-in-a-lifetime': 7-foot-3 Bol Kuir is a 'unicorn' in the Kentucky mountains Bol Kuir, a 7-foot-3 center who has scholarship offers from high-major programs, is a high school basketball player with an incredible story.       Source: USA Today Personal Finance 'He's definitely once-in-a-lifetime': 7-foot-3 Bol Kuir is a 'unicorn' in the Kentucky mountains

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Dec

Who will lose access to abortion if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade?

Who will lose access to abortion if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade? Twenty-six states plan to ban abortion in some form if the Supreme Court OKs Mississippi’s ban past 15 weeks or overturns Roe v. Wade altogether.       Source: USA Today Personal Finance Who will lose access to abortion if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade?

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Dec

Jury to hear opening statements in trial of former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter

Jury to hear opening statements in trial of former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter Jurors were set to hear opening statements Wednesday in the manslaughter trial of former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter, who shot Daunte Wright.       Source: USA Today Personal Finance Jury to hear opening statements in trial of former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter

8
Dec

Researchers discover how a prehistoric creature the size of a giraffe was able to fly

Researchers discover how a prehistoric creature the size of a giraffe was able to fly Although a popular animal, not much is known about the pterosaur and how it functioned. New findings hope to shed light on the massive creature.       Source: USA Today Personal Finance Researchers discover how a prehistoric creature the size of a giraffe was able to

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8
Dec

Medical abortion Q&A: Are abortion pills safe? Can I get out-of-state prescription? Your questions, answered

Medical abortion Q&A: Are abortion pills safe? Can I get out-of-state prescription? Your questions, answered Medication abortions account for almost half of U.S. abortions. Could they increase as the Supreme Court court weighs the future of Roe v. Wade?       Source: USA Today Personal Finance Medical abortion Q&A: Are abortion pills safe? Can I get out-of-state prescription? Your questions, answered

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Dec

You're already paying resort fees: These hotels offer you a bang for your buck

You're already paying resort fees: These hotels offer you a bang for your buck Because your hotel resort fees aren’t optional, be sure you’re reaping your money’s worth.       Source: USA Today Personal Finance You're already paying resort fees: These hotels offer you a bang for your buck

8
Dec

With inflation spiking, will states and voters give grocery taxes a second look?

With inflation spiking, will states and voters give grocery taxes a second look? Thirteen states have a tax on groceries, which tends to have a greater impact on people who make less money.       Source: USA Today Personal Finance With inflation spiking, will states and voters give grocery taxes a second look?

8
Dec

Most pediatric mumps cases occur in vaccinated kids. Why experts aren't worried.

Most pediatric mumps cases occur in vaccinated kids. Why experts aren't worried. Mumps can occasionally cause complications like swelling in the brain, testicles, ovaries or breasts, and can temporary or permanent deafness.       Source: USA Today Personal Finance Most pediatric mumps cases occur in vaccinated kids. Why experts aren't worried.