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KCRA television reporter Mike Luery runs away from members of the group called ANTIFA Sacramento (Anti-Fascism Action), who are staging a counter-protest against the Traditionalist Worker Party and the Golden State Skinheads, at the California state Capitol in Sacramento, Calif., Sunday, June 26, 2016. Several people were stabbed Sunday when counter-protesters clashed with members of right-wing extremists groups that planned to hold a rally outside the Capitol building, authorities said. (Paul Kitagaki Jr./The Sacramento Bee via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT
California police panned for slow response to Capitol clashAnticipating violence, authorities brought in more than 100 officers to patrol the grounds of the California Capitol as a white nationalist group planned a demonstration
The Associated Press15 minutes ago
Staff members of Whole Woman's Health celebrate in front of a mural on the side of the building after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling against Texas' abortion restrictions Monday June 27, 2016, in McAllen, Texas. Whole Woman's Health is a abortion provider that stayed open despite the restrictions as many other providers closed over the past two years.  (Nathan Lambrecht/The Monitor via AP)
Abortion ruling may not open door for new Texas clinicsTexas unlikely to see new abortion clinics anytime soon despite Supreme Court ruling
The Associated Press16 minutes ago
Judge blocks part of Mississippi LGBT marriage lawA federal judge has ruled that Mississippi clerks cannot cite their own religious beliefs to recuse themselves from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples
The Associated Press30 minutes ago
TransCanada seeks $15B for rejection of Keystone pipelineThe company that proposed the Keystone XL pipeline is seeking $15 billion in damages from the federal government after the Obama administration rejected the Canada-to-Texas project
The Associated Press37 minutes ago
Veteran Jordan Daniel, left, and volunteers work on dismantling an old fence, Monday, June 27, 2016, in Detroit. Daniel is one of hundreds of veterans who are in the financially troubled city for a week to rebuild areas that have been neglected by poverty, crime and a lack of resources. It's the latest and largest effort undertaken by St. Louis-based The Mission Continues, which encourages and aids volunteerism by disabled and wounded veterans. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
Group deploys military veterans to volunteer in DetroitDozens of military veterans are in Detroit, where they will spend five days helping to rebuild areas that have been neglected by poverty, crime and a lack of resources
The Associated Press51 minutes ago

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