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A man rides a VanMoof brand e-bike in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Aug. 17. Piroschka van de Wouw/Reuters hide caption

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Van poof! Dutch e-bike maker VanMoof goes bankrupt, leaving riders stranded

The sophisticated bicycle has attracted fans in Europe and the U.S., but repairs under warranty have bled the company of money.

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A man rides a VanMoof brand e-bike in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Aug. 17. Piroschka van de Wouw/Reuters hide caption

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Van poof! Dutch e-bike maker VanMoof goes bankrupt, leaving riders stranded

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Dr. Laura Laursen, an OB-GYN at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, has treated an influx of abortion patients from outside Illinois after Roe v. Wade was overturned. Marc Monaghan hide caption

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Abortion bans are fueling a rise in high-risk patients heading to Illinois hospitals

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