Becky Sullivan

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Indiana doctor says she has been harassed for giving an abortion to a 10-year-old

Tuesday, July 26, 2022

The harassment began soon after her young patient became flashpoint in the national debate over abortion, Dr. Caitlin Bernard told NPR. "It's honestly been very hard for me, for my family," she said.


Michigan medical students walk out on an anti-abortion keynote speaker

Monday, July 25, 2022

A petition had circulated before Sunday's white coat ceremony asking the university to remove the speaker, a physician who directs the school's Health, Spirituality and Religion program.


Epidemiologists warn the U.S. reaches a critical moment to contain monkeypox

Monday, July 25, 2022

Cases in the U.S. are 10 times higher than they were a month ago. Researchers advise that the coming days and weeks will be crucial as to whether the outbreak can be contained.


More than 1,000 may lose water — or even their homes — because a landlord didn't pay

Friday, July 22, 2022

Officials in Indianapolis say a utility company's threat to shut off water service at four apartment complexes over the landlord's unpaid $1.7 million bill could cause a "mass-homelessness problem."


Why 100-degree heat is so dangerous in the United Kingdom

Tuesday, July 19, 2022

"We're used to treating hot spells as a chance to go play in the sun," said a top government scientist. "Our lifestyles and our infrastructure are not adapted to what is coming."


Texas conservatives have a plan to get around DAs who won't enforce abortion laws

Friday, July 15, 2022

A Republican state legislator's proposal would allow prosecutors from around the state to step in when local DAs refuse to press charges over abortion, as at least five Texas prosecutors have vowed.


A Russian strike on a humanitarian hub is part of a pattern, Ukrainian officials say

Thursday, July 14, 2022

More than 20 people were killed when Russian missiles hit several buildings in Vinnytsia, a central city that has become a major logistical hub for humanitarian aid and military operations.


Highland Park suspect confessed to the July 4th shooting, prosecutors say

Wednesday, July 06, 2022

The 21-year-old charged with murdering seven people at the parade in suburban Illinois confessed to the shooting after he was taken into custody. He is being held without bail.


Highland Park suspect's online history reveals a fascination with violence

Tuesday, July 05, 2022

The 21-year-old suspect made music videos about shootings, and apparently posted thousands of times to a message board dedicated to sharing graphic photos and videos of violence.


The last city in Luhansk has fallen to Russia. What does that mean for Ukraine?

Sunday, July 03, 2022

Lysychansk was the last major city held by Ukrainians in the region. After their retreat, Russia holds the entire Luhansk region and has its sights set on completing its capture of nearby Donetsk.


The Supreme Court marshal asks state officials to act on protests at justices' homes

Sunday, July 03, 2022

The protests have carried on for weeks since the leak of a draft of the court's eventual decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. State officials had previously called on federal law enforcement for help.


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.