Female Athletes Tell SCOTUS To Uphold Reproductive Rights; U.S. Murder Rates Escalate : Here & Now More than 500 female athletes filed a brief with the Supreme Court this week asking the court to uphold reproductive rights. We talk to Olympic gold medalist Crissy Perham, who signed the brief and tells her personal story. And, the number of murders in the U.S. increased nearly 30% in 2020, according to new FBI data. Criminologist Richard Rosenfeld explains what's behind this spike and how it compares to the surging violent crime rate of the 1990s.

Female Athletes Tell SCOTUS To Uphold Reproductive Rights; U.S. Murder Rates Escalate

Female Athletes Tell SCOTUS To Uphold Reproductive Rights; U.S. Murder Rates Escalate

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More than 500 female athletes filed a brief with the Supreme Court this week asking the court to uphold reproductive rights. We talk to Olympic gold medalist Crissy Perham, who signed the brief and tells her personal story.

And, the number of murders in the U.S. increased nearly 30% in 2020, according to new FBI data. Criminologist Richard Rosenfeld explains what's behind this spike and how it compares to the surging violent crime rate of the 1990s.

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