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Nevada verifies enough signatures to put constitutional amendment for abortion rights on ballot

Nevada verifies enough signatures to put constitutional amendment for abortion rights on ballot

RENO, Nev.
US miners' union head calls House Republican effort to block silica dust rule an 'attack' on workers

US miners' union head calls House Republican effort to block silica dust rule an 'attack' on workers

CHARLESTON, W.Va.
Research gives more reassurance that milk pasteurization kills bird flu, officials say

Research gives more reassurance that milk pasteurization kills bird flu, officials say

NEW YORK (AP) — A new study that recreated commercial pasteurization in a government lab provides reassurance that heat treatment kills bird flu virus in cow’s milk, U.S. officials said Friday. When the bird flu known as H5N1 was first detected in U.
Faced with the opportunity to hit Trump on abortion rights, Biden falters

Faced with the opportunity to hit Trump on abortion rights, Biden falters

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden had plenty of opportunity during the presidential debate to lay out a clear vision regarding abortion rights in the face of growing restrictions and worsening medical care for women since the fall of Roe v.
Iowa’s Supreme Court tells lower court to let strict abortion law go into effect

Iowa’s Supreme Court tells lower court to let strict abortion law go into effect

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Supreme Court said Friday the state’s strict abortion law is legal, telling a lower court to dissolve a temporary block on the law and allowing Iowa to ban most abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy — before ma
Texas Supreme Court upholds ban on youth gender transitions. It's the largest state with such a law

Texas Supreme Court upholds ban on youth gender transitions. It's the largest state with such a law

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The Texas Supreme Court upheld the state’s ban on gender-affirming care for transgender youths Friday, rejecting pleas from parents that it violates their right to decide on and seek medical care for their children.
B.C. finishes merging health-profession colleges in plan for better oversight

B.C. finishes merging health-profession colleges in plan for better oversight

VICTORIA — British Columbia's government has amalgamated 11 health-professional colleges into two, setting the foundation for what it says is stronger oversight.
Ever feel exhausted by swiping through dating apps? You might be experiencing burnout

Ever feel exhausted by swiping through dating apps? You might be experiencing burnout

NEW YORK (AP) — While plenty of happy couples can trace their meet-cute moment to an online dating app, many others find the never-ending process of likes, swipes, taps and awkward DMs that go nowhere to be exhausting — leading to a phenomenon known
Cutting-edge technology on show at Euro 2024 is changing the face of soccer

Cutting-edge technology on show at Euro 2024 is changing the face of soccer

DUESSELDORF, Germany (AP) — From smart-enabled match balls and artificial intelligence to cryogenic recovery chambers, soccer is being transformed by the cutting-edge technology available to players, coaches and officials.
Crisis in the UK’s NHS shows why Conservatives are struggling after 14 years in power

Crisis in the UK’s NHS shows why Conservatives are struggling after 14 years in power

LONDON (AP) — Nathaniel Dye believes he probably won’t live to see Britain’s next election. But the music teacher diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer is doing everything he can to make sure the Labour Party wins this one .