“In my mind I’m screaming at myself to stop picking, stop picking, but I just couldn’t.”
Medication Can Be The Simple, Noninvasive Alternative To Surgical Abortion. Conservative Lawmakers Are Trying To Restrict It Now, Too.
“They’re fighting that fight of the future,” one telemedicine abortion provider said. “They’re already planning ahead for the next step.”
“The life of a young man was cut tragically short, and we should all be questioning how we as a society have failed him and so many other young people like him.”
State Abortion Restrictions Are Ramping Up Like Never Before As The Supreme Court Prepares To Make A Crucial Decision
According to the Guttmacher Institute, 507 anti-abortion restrictions have been introduced in 39 states as of Wednesday.
"The question many were asking today was 'Who will be next?'" one protester said.
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“They hid their allegiances well,” said one person who was approached to participate.
“This country normalizes mass deaths in this pandemic. … This country has failed to even begin to process what it means to lose 900,000 of our neighbors.”
"These officers were close friends, known to many of us as the 'dynamic duo,'" the Bridgewater College president said.
Hillsong Founder Brian Houston Is Stepping Down After Pleading Not Guilty To Covering Up Child Sex Abuse
The senior global pastor of the megachurch announced Sunday he will step down to "vigorously defend" a criminal charge of concealing child sexual abuse.
Crisis pregnancy centers are doing “quiet damage on a local level,” one abortion provider said.
An Ex-Northwestern Professor Was Sentenced To 53 Years In Prison For Killing His Boyfriend As Part Of A Sexual Fantasy
The murder of Trenton Cornell-Duranleau, a 26-year-old Chicago hairstylist, was “cold-blooded” and an “execution," the judge said.
"They chose not to intervene and stop [Derek] Chauvin as he killed a man,” prosecutors said.
The attacker was welcomed into the congregation as a guest, raising the question of how religious leaders should balance safety with spirituality.
“It’s not only saying ‘We didn’t consider chronically ill and disabled people when we created these guidelines,’ but ‘We also don’t care if you die.’”
“We, as teachers, have to sacrifice the health of our own children to accommodate other people’s children,” one teacher who is a parent of two 4-year-old children told BuzzFeed News.
“I wish I hadn’t exposed any of my coworkers, but I didn’t know,” said one person who tested positive after multiple negative at-home tests.
“I can’t say I’m unhappy about this extension,” one woman told BuzzFeed News about Biden delaying the student loan payment deadline, “but it’s hardly enough for the millions of borrowers suffering.”
“We know that millions of student loan borrowers are still coping with the impacts of the pandemic and need some more time before resuming payments,” the president said.
Anxious People Are Waiting Hours In Line In Frigid Temperatures To Get Preholiday COVID Tests, Only To Face Surprise Costs
“I told her I couldn't afford it and left,” said one person who was exposed to COVID but couldn’t pay $200 to see if they were positive.
“We just pulled back the curtain on a very gate-kept art form,” Grammy nominee Emily Bear said of her and Abigail Barlow’s Bridgerton musical concept album.