Delaware Senate lawmakers passed legislation on Tuesday enabling more medical professionals to conduct medical abortions and establishing protections for both providers and out-of-state abortion seekers.
State Senate lawmakers vote to increase the minimum age to purchase and possess most firearms to 21, passing another pillar of state Democratic leaders’ gun safety package.
It appears Delawareans will travel in near record numbers this weekend for the July 4th holiday.
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Summer is here and many are hoping to get away – some for the first time in after a couple years after limitations caused by the pandemic.But if you haven’t already locked in vacation plans, you may still be limited – by what’s still available and the inflated cost of everything.This week, contributor Eileen Dallabrida takes a closer look at the options – especially if you’re on a budget.
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President Biden said there will be a permanent headquarters in Poland for the U.S. 5th Army Corps. It's one of several ways NATO forces will be beefed up after Russia invaded Ukraine.
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NPR's A Martinez talks to Democrat Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland, who is also a Jan. 6 committee member, about some of the more significant revelations from the testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson.
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