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There were large gatherings in New York, Washington, Los Angeles and Chicago with some smaller counter-protests.
Brian Klosterboer, an attorney with the ACLU of Texas who is representing the family who sued, said the court said it is now up to DFPS whether to restart those investigations it had already opened. He urged them not to while litigation continues. “While the lawsuit continues, DFPS should not take any action against any families or any transgender young people in Texas,” Klosterboer told The Dallas Morning News. “It would be unconscionable.”
Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment. There was no immediate reaction from the investors that Musk tapped last week to raise $7.1 billion in funding.
U.S. President Joe Biden met on Thursday with executives from infant formula manufacturers and retailers, pressing them to do everything possible to get families access.

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The United States on Wednesday reached more than 1 million COVID-19 deaths, according to a Reuters tally, crossing a once-unthinkable milestone about two years after the first cases upended everyday life. The loss represents about one death for every 327 Americans, or more than the entire population of San Francisco or Seattle.
The committee issued the subpoenas to try to secure the lawmakers' testimony after they had rejected voluntary cooperation with the investigation.
Claims have been largely treading water since hitting a more than 53-year low of 166,000 in March.
With 49 votes in support and 51 against, the "Women's Health Protection Act" was 11 short of the 60 votes needed to be fully debated in the 100-member Senate.
Until Wednesday, the U.S. government had yet to provide any true accounting of the legacy of such schools, including never acknowledging how many children attended them, how many children died or went missing from them or even how many schools existed.
"The vote to protect abortion rights will shine like a floodlight on every member of this chamber," Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said on the Senate floor on Tuesday.

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Authorities recovered at least four guns and an AR-15 rifle along with $29,000 in cash from the vehicle the couple were driving, Wedding said. Vicky White, who suffered an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, was taken to a hospital and later died, authorities said. Officials said arrangements have been made for Casey White to be transported back to Alabama to be arraigned on new charges.
China views Taiwan, a democratically governed island, as its "sacred" territory and has never renounced the possible use of force to ensure eventual unification. The United States, like most countries, has no formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan but is its most important international supporter and arms supplier, making it a constant source of tension between Beijing and Washington.
In recent months, Fed officials have described pandemic-related supply chain problems, compounded by a restructuring of global energy flows in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, as a force that could lead to persistent inflation.

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