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In the six months after the fall of Roe v. Wade, it’s been up to each state to set its own abortion laws.
Rescuers remove rubble at the maternity ward of the Vilniansk Multidisciplinary Hospital in Ukraine, one of the countries experiencing an increase in violence against health-care workers.
Dmytro Smolienko
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A new report from the Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition documents almost 2,000 incidents in 2022: "a shockingly violent year against health care, especially in Ukraine and in Myanmar."
 Chris Camp
Chris Camp
Chris Camp is well known in Central Illinois as "the Whip Guy." He spoke to Community Voices about how his love of Indiana Jones led him to a career in performing on stage and on TV as an expert whip cracker. You can catch Camp as he performers at the Illinois State Fair this summer and as he performs in a band called Chris Camp and His Blues Ambassadors.
Evan Milligan, center, plaintiff in an Alabama redistricting case, speaks following Supreme Court oral arguments on Oct. 4, 2022. The court on Thursday ruled in favor of Milligan in the case, ordering the creation of a second Alabama congressional district with a large Black population.
Patrick Semansky
A major Supreme Court decision in an Alabama redistricting case could provide a roadmap for other gerrymandering challenges. There are similar challenges to maps elsewhere in the South.
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The troubles of <em>The Idol</em>'s embattled pop star Jocelyn feel out of step with what's demanded of mainstream music stars in 2023.
The singer at the center of HBO's new melodrama The Idol is awfully familiar. Why do so many film and TV depictions of pop stars fail the same way?
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