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Gaza residents flee their homes as Israeli military threats escalate

The evacuation order from Israel affecting 1 million people faced immediate objections, including from the U.N.
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2 shootings at mistaken addresses have renewed the focus on ‘stand your ground’ laws

The shootings of a boy in Kansas City and a woman in rural New York have renewed concerns over controversial "stand your ground" self-defense laws.
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What’s next for the abortion pill mifepristone?

Access to mifepristone, a medication that is used in about half of all abortions nationwide, hangs in the balance of two contradictory court rulings.
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Trump has arrived in New York for his arraignment. What’s next?

The former president will spend Monday night at Trump Tower before his surrender and arraignment on Tuesday, when the historic charges against him will be unsealed.
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The Pentagon will pay for service members to travel for abortions

The Pentagon will pay for service members to travel for abortion care, a move that comes as many states have rolled back access to the procedure since the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
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Queen Elizabeth II dies at 96, surrounded by the royal family at Balmoral estate

Queen Elizabeth II, whose seven decades on the throne of the United Kingdom was a longer reign than any other British monarch, has died at the age of 96.
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Who wins and who loses when the Fed hikes interest rates?

Another month, another Federal Reserve interest rate hike.

Kyle Rittenhouse is acquitted of all charges in the trial over killing 2 in Kenosha

Kyle Rittenhouse, the 18-year-old who fatally shot two people during the unrest last year in Kenosha, Wis., has been acquitted of all charges in a criminal trial that divided the nation over questions about gun rights, violence at racial justice protests and vigilantism.