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An anti-abortion activist rallies outside the Supreme Court on Nov. 1, as arguments about Texas' abortion law begin. The court has allowed the law to remain in place for now. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion law as legal fights move forward

The justices allowed the abortion providers' challenges to go ahead against Texas' licensing officials – but not against anyone else. The court also blocked the Justice Department's challenge.

An anti-abortion activist rallies outside the Supreme Court on Nov. 1, as arguments about Texas' abortion law begin. The court has allowed the law to remain in place for now. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion law as legal fights move forward

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Masayuki Uemura designed the NES's cartridge game system. TENGKU BAHAR/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The video game pioneer behind Nintendo's groundbreaking console has died

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At-home rapid COVID-19 tests, like this one from Abbott, can be difficult to find and cost-prohibitive for some families. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Why rapid COVID tests are in short supply in the U.S.

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New York Times food writer Priya Krishna says Dorie Greenspan's World Peace 2.0 cookie are impossible to hate. Mark Weinberg/Mariner Books, an imprint of Harper Collins hide caption

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5 DIY holiday recipes and crafts to avoid supply chain problems

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J. Smith-Cameron plays Gerri Kellman in HBO's Succession. Macall Polay/HBO hide caption

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J. Smith-Cameron on 'Succession', careers and consolidating power

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