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Democrats mark abortion ruling anniversary with targeted outreach

The Democratic National Committee plans to commemorate the two-year anniversary of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision by announcing that they’ve invested a low seven figures into an outreach campaign aimed specifically at female voters in swing states who are considered less likely to vote.
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U.S.-Canada border crossing hours

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S.-Canada border closed except for essential services. Hours of operation gradually returned as restrictions were lifted, but not all hours are what they used to be. Here are the U.S.-Canada border crossing times for noncommercial traffic at Inland Northwest ports as of June 2024.
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Husband of bride killed in wedding-night crash gets $1.3M settlement

After exchanging vows and swaying on a South Carolina beach during her dream wedding last year, Samantha Miller and her groom left in a golf cart adorned with a “Just married” sign. Minutes later, an allegedly drunk driver struck the cart, flipping it and ejecting the newlyweds. Miller died at the scene.