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Abortion clinics in parts of the country closed down and stopped providing services almost immediately after the Supreme Court overturned its landmark decision in Roe v. Wade. Omar Villafranca reports on how this decision is already being felt. CBS
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Exxon Mobil is planning for all new passenger vehicles sold to be electric by 2040. CNBC
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The U.S. Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade has sparked a protest in Phoenix, Arizona, where protesters attempted to breach the state Senate building and created a dangerous situation for lawmakers. FOX News
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Russian forces launched dozens of missiles across Ukraine on Saturday morning, including northern and western regions of the country, officials said. UPI
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The House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis held a hearing on efforts to cut methane pollution while creating new jobs on Friday morning. UPI
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     The U.S. saw the largest number of migrants arrested or encountered along the southern border since Customs and Border Protection began counting numbers of migrants encountered since the year 2000, statistics released by CBP, on Wednesday show.  A major Biden fiasco

     CBP encountered 239,416 migrants along the southwest land border in May, a 2% increase compared to April, and 25% of those those encountered were previously arrested and deported by CBP.  The past four months, according to CBP statistics, migrant numbers along the southern border have increased steadily over 200,000 each month. The number of unaccompanied minors also saw a 20% increase from this month to last. Drug seizures along the southern border were down in May in double digits, according to CBP.

     "Our message to those who would try and gain illegal entry to the United States remains the same – don't make the dangerous journey only to be sent back," said CBP Commissioner Chris Magnus in a statement. "As temperatures start to rise in the summer, human smugglers will continue to exploit vulnerable populations and recklessly endanger the lives of migrants for financial gain." The numbers come as Title 42 -- the Trump administration policy, continued by the Biden administration that expelled migrants along the southern border under the auspices of the pandemic, was ordered to be kept in place by a federal judge in May. 

     
The Justice Department, which handles litigation for the federal government, has appealed the ruling. "Current restrictions at the U.S. border have not changed: single adults and families encountered at the Southwest Border will continue to be expelled, where appropriate, under Title 42," Magnus said.