Powerful earthquake kills at least 195 people in Turkey, Syria
A powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit southeast Turkey and Syria early Monday, toppling buildings and sending panicked residents pouring outside in a cold winter night. At least 195 people were killed in both countries, hundreds were injured and the toll was expected to rise.
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Anti-abortion activists push GOP presidential hopefuls to back federal limitsEmboldened anti-abortion activists are looking to the 2024 presidential election as an opportunity to solidify their influence over the Republican Party.
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