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Abortion, guns, cannabis, jobs, to be debated in Maryland

Abortion, guns, cannabis, jobs, to be debated in Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland lawmakers will be taking up measures relating to abortion rights and guns, in response to U.S. Supreme Court rulings, when they convene for their 90-day legislative session this Wednesday.
UK palace allies push back against Prince Harry's claims

UK palace allies push back against Prince Harry's claims

LONDON (AP) — Allies of Britain’s royal family pushed back Saturday against claims made by Prince Harry in his new memoir, which paints the monarchy as a cold and callous institution that failed to nurture or support him.
Clash over tax cuts coming in Kansas; abortion foes unsure

Clash over tax cuts coming in Kansas; abortion foes unsure

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States target transgender health care in first bills of 2023

States target transgender health care in first bills of 2023

After a midterm election and record flow of anti-transgender legislation last year, Republican state lawmakers this year are zeroing in on questions of bodily autonomy with new proposals to limit gender-affirming health care and abortion access.
Prince Harry's book exposes grief, war, drugs, family rifts

Prince Harry's book exposes grief, war, drugs, family rifts

LONDON (AP) — Bereaved boy, troubled teen, wartime soldier, unhappy royal — many facets of Prince Harry are revealed in his explosive memoir, often in eyebrow-raising detail.
Mexico nabs son of drug lord 'El Chapo' before Biden visit

Mexico nabs son of drug lord 'El Chapo' before Biden visit

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican security forces captured Ovidio Guzmán , an alleged drug trafficker wanted by the United States and one of the sons of former Sinaloa cartel boss Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán , in a pre-dawn operation Thursday that set off gun
Nate Thayer, reporter who interviewed Pol Pot, dies

Nate Thayer, reporter who interviewed Pol Pot, dies

Nate Thayer, a fearless reporter who survived several brushes with death over decades covering conflict in Southeast Asia and was the last western journalist to interview Pol Pot, the leader of the murderous Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia, has died.
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