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Abortion rights activists at the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on March 26, the day the case about the abortion drug mifepristone was heard. The number of abortions in the U.S. increased, a study says, surprising researchers. Drew Angerer/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Despite state bans, abortions nationwide are up, driven by telehealth

Telehealth accounts for 19% of all abortions, new research finds. And while the number of abortions did plummet in ban states, overall abortions across the country are up.

Credit card delinquencies rose in the first three months of the year. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, almost 1 in 5 card users is "maxed out," using at least 90% of their credit limit. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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More Americans are falling behind on credit card bills

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits the Independence Square during his visit to Kyiv, Ukraine, on Tuesday. Vladimir Shtanko/Anadolu via Getty Images hide caption

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Ukraine invasion — explained

Blinken tells Ukraine U.S. aid will make a difference against Russia's offensive

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Blinken tells Ukraine U.S. aid will make a difference against Russia's offensive

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A line forms Monday outside the courthouse for a chance to sit in on the 16th day of former President Trump's hush-money trial in Manhattan, N.Y. José A. Alvarado Jr. for NPR hide caption

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These people waited hours to see the Trump hush-money trial up close. Here's why

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China is aiming to become a global automotive powerhouse, particularly when it comes to electric vehicles. Here, cars wait to be loaded onto a ship at a port in Nanjing. STR/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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5 takeaways from Biden's tariff hikes on Chinese electric vehicles

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The proliferation of AI-generated images "has made Facebook a very bizarre, very creepy place for me," said Casey Morris, an attorney in Northern Virginia. Facebook hide caption

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Untangling Disinformation

AI-generated spam is starting to fill social media. Here's why

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AI-generated spam is starting to fill social media. Here's why

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Abortion rights activists at the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. on March 26, the day the case about the abortion drug mifepristone was heard. The number of abortions in the U.S. increased, a study says, surprising researchers. Drew Angerer/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Despite state bans, abortions nationwide are up, driven by telehealth

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Despite state bans, abortions nationwide are up, driven by telehealth

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Canadian author Alice Munro as she receives a Man Booker International award at Trinity College Dublin, in Dublin, Ireland, on June 25, 2009. Peter Muhly/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Alice Munro, Nobel Prize-winning short story author, dies at 92

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