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NY Times' Bret Stephens makes the 'conservative' argument for keeping Roe v. Wade

New York Times "conservative" columnist Bret Stephens claimed in an opinion piece on Tuesday that overturning Roe v. Wade should not be a conservative position. After Politico leaked a Supreme Court draft opinion that suggested an overturning of the landmark abortion case, several media pundits and Democrats denounced it. In Stephens’ piece "Overturning Roe Is a Radical, Not Conservative, Choice," the former Wall Street Journal columnist wrote that the right should do the same.
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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott Bring Daughter Stormi to Billboard Music Awards: See the Cute Photos

A family outing. Kylie Jenner and Stormi Webster supported Travis Scott during his first appearance following the Astroworld tragedy at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards. The “Sicko Mode” rapper, 31, confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that he was enjoying his family night out on Sunday, May 15, while walking the red carpet, before posing with the Kylie Cosmetics founder, 24, and their 4-year-old daughter. The pair also share a son, formerly known as Wolf, who was not in attendance. Jenner wore a grey, long-sleeved Balmain dress that had the illusion of a nude body on the front, with her hair in a slicked-back bun. Stormi, meanwhile, wore her hair in a matching style, along with a white dress and sneakers.

The forecast for the U.S. solar industry? Partly cloudy.

Even with energy prices surging, skies are not so sunny for the U.S. solar industry. The Department of Commerce is investigating whether solar panels imported from Southeast Asia are really coming from China, and therefore should be subject to tariffs. Solar trade groups say it’s causing projects to get postponed.
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Katie Holmes Made an Undeniable Case for Cropped Sweater Vests: Grab Your Own

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Whenever we need any sort of fashion inspiration — a jump start to a style slump — we turn to celebrities like Katie Holmes. The queen of NYC casual fashion, the actress is always giving Us new ideas. We check out her outfits for the week and suddenly we’re slipping out of our sandals and into loafers, or grabbing a pair of wide leg pants instead of skinnies. Instant transformation!

Do You Have More Than One Cat? New Research Suggests They May Know Each Other's Names

Cats are extremely independent creatures—they can self-groom, catch their own food, and keep themselves entertained for hours on end. And while it may seem like your cat doesn't put much thought into your presence or that of other animals, they pay more attention to their companions than you may think. According to a new study published in Nature, cats recognize the names of other cats—and they may also know the names of the humans living in their household.
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The Best Engagement Ring Style for Every Zodiac Sign

While we do enjoy a romantic surprise, in 2022, it's not unusual to pick out your own engagement ring — or at least provide a few hints. After all, you likely want something that suits you and your own personal style, and, if you care about astrology, you'll want it to align with your zodiac sign, too.

Grayson County Bass Fishing Reels in Strong State Performance

The Grayson County High School bass fishing team reeled in a strong performance at Friday and Saturday’s KHSAA state championship. The team, which entered as the Region 1 champions, entered four total boats into the competition held on Kentucky Lake. River Blanton and Cody Saltsman led the way for...

New Apache Junction Director Named

Rudy Esquivias, who has served Apache Junction for more than three decades in various roles within the Development Services department, has been named department director. Esquivias, who will mark 33 years with the city this summer, has been the interim director since February, when director Larry Kirch retired from the city after 7 years at the helm.Rudy Esquivias.

Watch ‘Positive Tuesday W/ Ben & Fitzy’ Live Tuesday Morning!

SPOONER, WI -- founder Ben Dryden and Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald will be back for another episode of "Positive Tuesday W/ Ben & Fitzy" Tuesday morning -- marking their 95th episode. There has been a lot in the news lately so there will be a lot to discuss,...

Rahal: ‘I couldn’t see my front wheels’ during rain at IMS

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — A wet Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway produced a chaotic GMR Grand Prix. Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing’s Graham Rahal stopped by the News 8 studios to discuss the race, which was the first race to be affected by heavy rain since the introduction of the aeroscreen in 2020.

Steve Bakerink, 75, of Fontanelle

Funeral services for Steve Bakerink, 75, of Fontanelle, are pending at the Lamb Funeral Home in Fontanelle. Online condolences may be left to the family at

Wbg. moves toward forming an EMS tax district

Warrensburg Supervisor Kevin Geraghty says it's 'the right thing to do'. WARRENSBURG | With an intent to ensure the sustainability of Warrensburg's local ambulance service and enhance funding transparency for taxpayers, the Warrensburg Town Board is moving ahead on forming an emergency medical services tax district that would encompass the entire town.