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Virginia Judge Takes Back Own Ruling Letting Non-Doctors Perform First-Trimester Abortions

A federal judge abandoned his own previous ruling permitting medical professionals who are not doctors to perform first-trimester abortions in Virginia on Tuesday. U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson walked back his May 6 ruling that Virginia’s “Physicians-Only Law” requiring doctors to perform first-trimester abortions is “‘unduly burdensome’ and therefore unconstitutional,” The Washington Post reported. Hudson granted a motion for ...

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Two Left Dead In Bizarre Threesome Murder Case In Georgia

A murderous episode in Georgia over the weekend left two dead in a case police called “strange” and “bizarre” in a Monday news conference addressing the deaths. Authorities arrested and charged Marcus Lillard, 41, for murdering his girlfriend Marianne Shockley, 42, Baldwin County Sheriff Bill Massee said in a Monday news conference, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Police charged Lillard ...

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Chick-Fil-A Floats Adding Meatless Option To Its Menus

Fast food chain Chick-fil-A is considering adding a meatless option to its menus to entice vegetarians and vegans to eat at its restaurants, according to reports. The famous chicken chain is in the “early stages of understanding” a new meatless addition to its menus, according to confirmation from a company representative, CNBC reported Monday. Other fast food chains like Taco ...

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More Than 1,000 Weapons Found In LA Mansion, One Suspect In Custody

Authorities apprehended a suspect late Wednesday after police discovered over 1,000 guns at a mansion in Los Angeles’s Holmby Hills neighborhood. The Los Angeles Police Department took Girard Damien Saenz, 57, into custody Wednesday night after a group of local and federal agents seized a stash of more than 1,000 firearms of various size, make and model from the home, ...

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Police Catch High Schoolers Who Allegedly Planned To Bomb New York School

Long Island police arrested three teenagers who allegedly planned to bomb their high school and charged them with conspiracy Thursday. Suffolk County police arrested three 16-year-old students after their classmates heard them discussing a plan to bomb Connetquot High School, CBS New York reported. The students — two boys and a girl — allegedly talked about a plot to blow ...

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Two Circuit Judges Shot In Indiana Fast Food Parking Lot

Two circuit court judges were shot early Wednesday in a restaurant parking lot in Indiana after they got into an argument with a stranger who got out of his car and shot them. Clark County Circuit Judges Brad Jacobs and Drew Adams were shot in a White Castle restaurant parking lot at approximately 3:30 a.m. Wednesday, USA Today reported. The incident ...

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Alabama Rep Argues For Abortion Access: ‘Kill Them Now’ Or ‘Kill Them Later’

Democratic Alabama state Rep. John Rogers is facing criticism after he advocated for abortion access and said that unwanted babies should be killed now or they’ll end up in the electric chair. “Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or you kill them later,” Rogers said in a debate on a state abortion bill, arguing the decision to ...

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After 18 Years And Over 2,000 Soldiers Killed, US Stops Counting Land Lost/Gained in Afghanistan

The U.S. military is no longer measuring and recording the amount of land its forces have lost and gained in Afghanistan, according to a Tuesday report regarding military progress in the conflict. Measurements of how much land, including districts and the number of people in those districts, insurgent forces control in Afghanistan is no longer be recorded, according to an ...

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San Diego Synagogue Shooter Charged With Hate Crime

The San Diego synagogue shooter will be arraigned in court Tuesday and charged with a hate crime in additional to the charges initially levied against him. John Earnest, 19, now faces a hate crime charges as well as one count of murder and three counts of attempted murder, Reuters reported Tuesday. Earnest is also charged with one count of arson, ...

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WATCH: Pro-Maduro Military Flattens Protester With Armored Vehicle, Leaves Him Bloody

Opposition forces gathered and began a military uprising Tuesday morning in Venezuela spearheaded by recognized leader Juan Guaidó against the country’s socialist President Nicolas Maduro. The uprising became violent as Maduro and Guaidó forces clashed shortly after opposition forces began a military operation to overthrow Maduro. Citizens and reporters captured on camera some of the carnage from Tuesday’s events, as well ...

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Australia Is Killing Millions Of Cats. Here’s Why

The Australian government has embarked on a project to kill its massive feral cat population using poisonous sausage after the cats have completely decimated over 20 species. The sausages contain a mix of chicken fat, kangaroo meat and various herbs and spices along with deadly poison, The New York Times reported Thursday. Dr. Dave Algar, also known as Dr. Death, ...

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ACLU Sues Indiana Over Ban On Second Trimester Abortion Method

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Indiana sued the state Thursday less than a full day after its governor signed into a law a ban on dilation and evacuation abortions. The ACLU, a nonprofit legal and advocacy group, filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging House Enrolled Act 1211 (HEA 1211), which bans dilation and evacuation abortions. The group filed its ...

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McDonald’s Partners With AARP To Hire Older Workers |

McDonald’s Corporation entered a partnership Wednesday with the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) to fill its need for morning workers and expand diversity. The fast food chain aims to attract older Americans who can fill employment gaps at the company. AARP is “the nation’s largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering Americans 50 and older to choose how they ...

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Poll: Half Of America Thinks The Country Is Too Prejudice. The Other Half Thinks It’s Too PC

The country is divided over whether prejudice or political correctness is most prevalent in America, according to a Wednesday Morning Consult report. Forty-eight percent of Americans say there’s too much political correctness in the country today, while 52 percent say there’s too much prejudice, according to Morning Consult’s analysis of a survey polling over 13,000 U.S. adults. The survey was ...

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Federal Judge Blocks Trump Rule Barring Abortion Organizations From Receiving Title X Funds

A federal judge late Tuesday blocked enforcement of a Trump administration rule barring health care organizations that provide abortions or abortion referrals from receiving Title X funding. U.S. District Judge Michael J. McShane granted a preliminary injunction barring enforcement of the Trump administration’s Feb. 22 rule prohibiting Title X funds from supporting programs and organizations that provide abortions or abortion ...

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