Texas Abortion Law Suspended, Debt Limit Punt?, Pandemic Orphans Counted : Up First A federal judge orders Texas to suspend one of the country's toughest anti-abortion laws. Senate leaders say they're closer to a deal to keep the U.S. government paying its bills for the next few weeks. And a new study finds COVID-19 has robbed some 140,000 kids of at least one parent or caregiver.

Texas Abortion Law Suspended, Debt Limit Punt?, Pandemic Orphans Counted

Texas Abortion Law Suspended, Debt Limit Punt?, Pandemic Orphans Counted

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A federal judge orders Texas to suspend one of the country's toughest anti-abortion laws. Senate leaders say they're closer to a deal to keep the U.S. government paying its bills for the next few weeks. And a new study finds COVID-19 has robbed some 140,000 kids of at least one parent or caregiver.