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Abortion protests continue after Supreme Court ends Roe v. Wade; Biden criticizes court’s ‘terrible decisions’

The Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 to uphold a restrictive Mississippi law and overturn the constitutional right to abortion established nearly 50 years ago in Roe v. Wade.

Baltimore lawyer sentenced for money laundering scheme

A jury had convicted prominent defense attorney Kenneth Ravenell in December
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How Washington Post readers feel about the Supreme Court’s abortion ruling

More than 23,000 people decried and celebrated the toppling of Roe v. Wade.

Emotional protests continue after Supreme Court strikes down Roe v. Wade

Crowds grew in the nation’s capital Saturday and demonstrations continued nationwide in outpourings of emotion over the divisive ruling.

Man, 87, struck and killed in Rockville pedestrian crash

The man, identified as Randall Dwight Gibson, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Va. couple who went missing during sailing trip found safe, Coast Guard says

Yanni Nikopoulos and Dale Jones of Virginia Beach told the Coast Guard their boat was struck by lightning during a storm but they were able to repair a damaged sail.

Japan tops 104 degrees for first time in June amid record heat wave

In a blistering hot June around the Northern Hemisphere, in which records have been set on every contintent, Japan is the latest victim.

He went on a solo train trip at age 8. Now he advocates for more trains.

Jim Mathews, of the Rail Passengers Association, says the bipartisan infrastructure law’s investments in rail are a path toward better and more passenger rail service.

D.C. drivers will pay higher car registration fees under new policy

Some vehicle owners will see a 200 percent increase in their vehicle fees and pay as much as $500 annually per car.

D.C.-area forecast: Near 90 this weekend ahead of another cold front

This is the kind of weather you think of when you think June. Dry conditions rule until Monday, when a front passes.

In three days after the solstice, summer showed us almost everything

We had heat, rain, coolness and humidity.

Biden says restoring abortion rights is up to voters

The decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health was the most anticipated of the court’s term, with political tension surrounding the fight over abortion erupting in May with the leak of a draft opinion indicating a majority of justices intended to end the long-standing precedent.

Protests erupt in D.C., around the country as Roe v. Wade falls

Advocates massed at the Supreme Court and cities nationwide after Roe v. Wade was overturned, ending longstanding abortion protections.
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