Becky Sullivan

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With Roe overturned, state constitutions are now at the center of the abortion fight

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

In a sense, what was one battleground has become 50, as advocates on both sides of the abortion issue race to put the issue before state constitutions. Half a dozen lawsuits are already in court.


A GOP congresswoman said the end of Roe is a 'historic victory for white life'

Sunday, June 26, 2022

In the moment, Rep. Mary Miller then led the crowd in applause. A campaign spokesperson for Miller told NPR she meant to say "victory for Right to Life."


Here's where abortions are now banned or strictly limited, and where they may be soon

Friday, June 24, 2022

With the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, abortion bans in many states are starting to kick in. Here are the states with laws with abortion bans and restrictions in place.


Here are the biggest Supreme Court decisions we're still waiting for this term

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

With just 13 decisions left on the docket, the Supreme Court still has yet to weigh in on major cases about abortion, climate law and gun control. The decisions will land in the coming weeks.


A Missouri Senate candidate holds a shotgun and calls for 'RINO hunting' in a new ad

Monday, June 20, 2022

A new ad from Eric Greitens, the controversial Republican running for Missouri's U.S. Senate seat, has left him accused of glorifying political violence.


Yellowstone National Park will partially reopen Wednesday after historic floods

Sunday, June 19, 2022

The park has been closed since floods washed away roads, damaged buildings and knocked out water and power to parts of the park and communities nearby. The park's northern loop will remain closed.


Who are the winners and losers of the Fed hiking interest rates?

Thursday, June 16, 2022

The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday it will increase its benchmark interest rate by 0.75%, the largest increase in decades. But what does that actually mean for everyday Americans?


A far-right plan to riot near an Idaho LGBTQ event heightens safety concerns at Pride

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

With Pride events scheduled throughout the month of June, organizers in multiple cities say the arrests in Coeur d'Alene have put safety back at the top of their agendas.


The Commanders' Jack Del Rio is off Twitter after calling the Jan. 6 riot a 'dust-up'

Sunday, June 12, 2022

Del Rio also faces a $100,000 fine levied by Washington's head coach, a sum that will be donated to the U.S. Capitol Police Memorial Fund.


How can California provide reparations? A new report suggests several ways

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

The report recommends ways to address the "lingering negative effects" of slavery — from policing reforms to housing grants to increased voting access to free tuition.


Should Robb Elementary be rebuilt? Here's what other school shooting sites did

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

In Newtown, Conn., a new Sandy Hook Elementary opened in 2016, four years after the shooting there. In other places, some have said that leaving buildings in place can offer survivors a way to heal.


More than $2.7 million has been raised for the children of a Uvalde teacher

Monday, May 30, 2022

Irma Garcia was one of two teachers killed at Robb Elementary last week. Then, two days later, her husband of 24 years died of a heart attack, leaving their four children without parents.


Ahead of this week's EU summit, France and Germany urge Putin to meet Zelenskyy

Sunday, May 29, 2022

The EU will meet Monday to discuss how to handle the ongoing conflict as Russia intensifies its efforts to capture Severodonetsk, the largest eastern city that remains in Ukrainian hands.


Monkeypox isn't like COVID-19 — and that's a good thing

Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Although monkeypox's recent spread has caused concern, its similarities to smallpox have given the public health world a head start on combating it.


Abbott CEO apologizes for the formula shortage as the first overseas shipment arrives

Sunday, May 22, 2022

"We're sorry to every family we've let down," wrote CEO Robert Ford. The shuttered plant at the heart of the shortage will reopen in June, but it may take months before production is back to normal.


Body armor, worn by the Buffalo shooter, faces far fewer regulations than guns

Friday, May 20, 2022

A security guard at the Tops market tried to fire back at the shooter, but his fire struck body armor instead. Experts say use of body armor by mass shooters has trended up in recent years.


Mariupol has fallen to Russia. Here's what that means for Ukraine

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

After months of fighting and shelling, Ukraine has ended its combat mission in Mariupol, and its remaining soldiers have been evacuated to Russian-held territory.


In a visit to Buffalo, President Biden denounces white supremacy as a poison

Tuesday, May 17, 2022

The president visited the supermarket where last weekend's deadly shooting took place, then forcefully denounced white supremacy and the racist "Replacement" theory that inspired the shooter.


The Buffalo suspect bought a rifle months after cops ordered a psychiatric evaluation

Monday, May 16, 2022

In June 2021, New York police sent the suspect to a hospital for an evaluation after he made a threat at his school. Then, he fell off of law enforcement's radar and bought a rifle earlier this year.


The Buffalo suspect had threatened his high school last year, police say

Sunday, May 15, 2022

Authorities in Buffalo say the alleged gunman had threatened a shooting at his school in 2021. He was then sent for a mental health evaluation that lasted a day and a half.