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The Right to Contraception Act would protect access to birth control nationwide as many reproductive rights advocates worry that contraceptive access will be Republicans’ next target after they successfully helped overturn Roe v. Wade.

Senate Democrats will hold a vote on birth control protections in June

The Right to Contraception Act would protect access to birth control nationwide as many reproductive rights advocates worry that contraceptive access will be Republicans’ next target after they successfully helped overturn Roe v. Wade.
Attorney General Merrick Garland flanked by Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco and Assistant Attorney General Jonathan Kanter of the Justice Department's Antitrust Division, speaks during a news conference at the Department of Justice headquarters in Washington, Thursday, May 23, 2024. The Justice Department has filed a sweeping antitrust lawsuit against Ticketmaster and parent company Live Nation Entertainment, accusing them of running an illegal monopoly over live events in America and driving up prices for fans. The lawsuit was filed Thursday in New York and was brought with 30 state and district attorneys general. . (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

Sick of absurd Ticketmaster prices? Biden’s DOJ is going after them

The lawsuit is backed by attorneys general for 29 states plus Washington, D.C., and alleges that Live Nation leveraged its power as a venue owner, concert promoter, and ticket seller in order to lessen consumer choice, raise prices, and eliminate its rivals.
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Video: DeSantis Signed Law That Could Make Climate Change Worse

The investigation comes in the wake of bombshell allegations accusing former Pioneer Natural Resources CEO Scott Sheffield of colluding with OPEC to drive up oil prices at the expense of American consumers.

House Democrats announce investigation into Big Oil price-fixing

The investigation comes in the wake of bombshell allegations accusing former Pioneer Natural Resources CEO Scott Sheffield of colluding with OPEC to drive up oil prices at the expense of American consumers.
President Joe Biden speaks about the PACT Act at the Westwood Park YMCA, Tuesday, May 21, 2024, in Nashua, N.H. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Biden’s VA approves 1 million claims under burn pit law

President Biden’s PACT Act was the most significant expansion of benefits and services for toxic exposed veterans in more than 30 years. The law aims to provide specific support to veterans who have been exposed to toxins, often from open burn pits that were located near where these US military members were stationed.
Emergency room entrance at night with ambulance.

6,000 doctors urge the Supreme Court to keep abortions in medical emergencies legal

6,000 doctors urge the Supreme Court to keep abortions in medical emergencies legal. Here's what you need to know about the doctors' letter.
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Rick Scott’s refusal to expand Medicaid deprived Floridians of health care

The Florida Republican has been one of the staunchest opponents of Medicaid expansion, with a long history of going back-and-forth on the issue. Here's where he stands today.
Former president Donald Trump said he was looking at the possibility of restricting access to birth control, but also alluded to a state-by-state approach to limiting contraception access.

Trump: ‘We’re looking at’ restricting birth control

Former president Donald Trump said he was looking at the possibility of restricting access to birth control, but also alluded to a state-by-state approach to limiting contraception access.
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Trump’s social media account shares campaign video with a headline about a ‘unified Reich’

The 30-second video appeared Monday on Trump's account at a time when the presumptive Republican nominee for president, while seeking to portray President Joe Biden as soft on antisemitism, has himself repeatedly faced criticism for using language and rhetoric associated with Nazi Germany.
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Video: If You Want Things to Change, You Have to Vote

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Video: Florida’s 6-Week Abortion Ban Could Hurt Uninsured Women Most

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Price-fixing conspiracy in US oil industry cost families money, reports allege

Analysis of corporate profits and accusations of collusion by the FTC lend support to the idea that a broader oil industry conspiracy drove up post-Covid inflation for everyday Americans.