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After Roe, the network of people who help others get abortions see themselves as 'the underground'

After Roe, the network of people who help others get abortions see themselves as 'the underground'

NAMPA, Idaho (AP) — Waiting in a long post office line with the latest shipment of “abortion aftercare kits,” Kimra Luna got a text.
Kevin Spacey denies new allegations of inappropriate behavior to be aired on UK television next week

Kevin Spacey denies new allegations of inappropriate behavior to be aired on UK television next week

LONDON (AP) — Kevin Spacey , the Oscar-winning actor, has denied new allegations of inappropriate behaviour from men who will feature in a documentary on British television that is due to be released next week.
Black youth face multiple barriers in accessing mental health care, experts say

Black youth face multiple barriers in accessing mental health care, experts say

TORONTO — Black youth in Canada face multiple barriers in getting access to mental health services — and health-care providers can make the situation more difficult, experts say.
Doug Liman, Matt Damon and the Afflecks made a heist comedy for Apple. 'The Instigators'

Doug Liman, Matt Damon and the Afflecks made a heist comedy for Apple. 'The Instigators'

Filmmaker Doug Liman realized quickly he wasn't on his home turf anymore. Matt Damon, who he’d directed in “The Bourne Identity” over 20 years ago, had recruited Liman for his new movie “The Instigators,” an action-comedy about a heist gone wrong.
New Orleans' own PJ Morton returns home to Jazz Fest with new music

New Orleans' own PJ Morton returns home to Jazz Fest with new music

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and producer PJ Morton comes home with a new album and memoir dropping soon amid a Saturday afternoon performance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, which nears the end of an ei
Canada expanding surveillance, increasing testing for avian flu

Canada expanding surveillance, increasing testing for avian flu

OTTAWA — The Canadian government is expanding its surveillance program for a form of avian flu amid a growing outbreak in U.S. dairy cattle. Fragments of highly pathogenic avian influenza have been detected in pasteurized milk sold in the U.S.
B.C. library co-op seals leak after hacker obtained data, demanded ransom

B.C. library co-op seals leak after hacker obtained data, demanded ransom

VICTORIA — A hacker demanded ransom money after obtaining data from a server used by libraries throughout British Columbia, but a system manager who responded to the incident saysthe leak was limitedand the issue was fixed immediately.
'Star Wars' actor Mark Hamill drops by White House for a visit with 'Joe-bi-Wan Kenobi'

'Star Wars' actor Mark Hamill drops by White House for a visit with 'Joe-bi-Wan Kenobi'

WASHINGTON (AP) — “Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill dropped by the White House on Friday for a visit with President Joe Biden and walked away with a pair of the president's aviator sunglasses and a greater respect for the office.
Mick Jagger wades into politics, taking verbal jab at Louisiana state governor at performance

Mick Jagger wades into politics, taking verbal jab at Louisiana state governor at performance

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Mick Jagger briefly waded into Louisiana politics, taking a verbal jab at the state's conservative governor, as The Rolling Stones performed at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
New Brunswick virtual health-care service violating Official Languages Act: report

New Brunswick virtual health-care service violating Official Languages Act: report

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick's virtual health-care service is violating provincial law by failing to consistently provide services in French, the province's official languages commissioner says.
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