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Kasich Vetoed Ohio's 'Heartbeat' Bill but Still Made Abortion Illegal After 20 Weeks
The Ohio governor opted for the less restrictive of the two abortion measures on his desk Tuesday, rejecting the bill that would have outlawed abortion after roughly six weeks into a woman's pregnancy.
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Trump claims he was holding back during the debate, former Israeli president Shimon Peres dies at 93, Elon Musk announces his a plan to colonize Mars, and more.
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Obama will veto a bill that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, Hillary Clinton says she didn't think her pneumonia would be "that big a deal," the NCAA responds to North Carolina's "bathroom bill," and more.
Canada Adopts UN Declaration on Indigenous Peoples, but Some Are Skeptical Anything Will Change
Cheers erupted as Canada announced it will fully support the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, reversing the position of the previous government, which nine years ago made it one of four countries to reject the document.
South Dakota Governor Vetoes Transgender Bathroom Restriction Bill
Ahead of his decision, Gov. Dennis Daugaard heard the concerns of transgender students about a bill banning them from using restrooms and locker rooms that matched their gender identities.
US House Republicans Want to Block Syrian Refugees as France Agrees to Accept 30,000
The bill would require that the heads of the FBI, Homeland Security, and National Intelligence individually ensure that each refugee poses no "threat to the security of the United States."
We Know What Brought Down Flight MH17: What Happens Next?
While we finally have a real explanation, identifying those responsible and getting them into a courtroom is another story.
Energy and Forestry Firms Say Indigenous People Should Have Power to Nix Projects in Canada
“Canada will never realize its full economic potential unless it tackles the question of how to work with First Nations to obtain consent for resource development," said a representative of the BC First Nations Energy & Mining Council.
Obama Vetoes Keystone XL Pipeline Legislation — But White House Says Approval Still Possible
Just hours after Congress delivered its bill green-lighting construction of the project, the President sent the legislation back — just the third time he's used his veto power.
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Famous People Are Terrible
Our new weekly cartoonist is venerated comic book legend Gilbert Hernandez, one half (and sometimes one third) of the team of brothers who make "Love and Rockets."