Who's Seeking Abortions, Worry On Wall Street, Election In Philippines : Up First Most patients in the U.S. who get abortions are in their 20s, are already parents, and are early in pregnancy. Despite good economic news, Wall Street traders are focused on inflation and the Federal Reserve. Voters go to the polls Monday in the Philippines and may elect another Marcos as president.

Who's Seeking Abortions, Worry On Wall Street, Election In Philippines

Who's Seeking Abortions, Worry On Wall Street, Election In Philippines

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Most patients in the U.S. who get abortions are in their 20s, are already parents, and are early in pregnancy. Despite good economic news, Wall Street traders are focused on inflation and the Federal Reserve. Voters go to the polls Monday in the Philippines and may elect another Marcos as president.