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"The Constitution does not prohibit the citizens of each State from regulating or prohibiting abortion. Roe and Casey arrogated that authority," the court's conservatives wrote in their majority opinion. The three liberals dissented.

Roe v. Wade has fallen. Here are five scenarios that could play out in the coming months following the Supreme Court's reversal of the landmark ruling.

Dissenting were Justices Stephen Breyer, appointed by President Clinton, and Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan, appointed by President Obama. Here's what they wrote.

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Talking Roe v Wade with NPR reporters on @TwitterSpaces 

Here is an essential guide to your reproductive health options in a post-Roe world, including: • How to layer contraceptives • When to use emergency contraception • Resources for unplanned pregnancies • What to do in case of complications


BREAKING: The Trump administration just finalized a rule that would remove nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people in health care and health insurance.

At drive-through COVID-19 testing centers in South Korea, the test takes 10 minutes at most. Results are texted to you, usually the next day. And it's free — paid for by the government.

Summer Taylor, one of two demonstrators who was struck by a car while protesting in Seattle, has died. The second protester, Diaz Love, remains in serious condition.

The Supreme Court has ruled that immigrants, even those with permanent legal status and asylees, do not have the right to bond hearings — effectively meaning they can be held indefinitely.

Just days before Ginsburg's death, as her strength waned, she dictated this statement to her granddaughter: "My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed."

JUST IN: In a stunning reversal for Navy officials, Admiral Michael Gilday — chief of naval operations — has recommended Capt. Brett Crozier be restored to command of the Theodore Roosevelt. A U.S. official confirmed the news with NPR.

The new postmaster general is shaking up the Postal Service — and some workers are alarmed. "Mail is beginning to pile up in our offices, and we're seeing equipment being removed," says a postal clerk.

The official list of the victims killed at the synagogue shooting: Joyce Fienberg, 75 Richard Gottfried, 65 Rose Mallinger, 97 Jerry Rabinowitz, 66 Cecil Rosenthal, 59 David Rosenthal, 54 Bernice Simon, 84 Sylvan Simon, 86 Daniel Stein, 71 Melvin Wax, 88 Irving Younger, 69