The US president says the decision to overturn Roe V Wade "casts a dark shadow over the law of the land" and he will fight it.
States can decide to ban abortion after the Supreme Court overrules the landmark Roe v Wade case.
Severodonetsk is the current focus of Russia as it tries to take control of eastern Ukraine.
The landmark bipartisan bill now heads to President Joe Biden's desk to be signed into law.
Near the epicentre of the quake that struck Afghanistan this week, houses lie in ruins.
Boris Johnson promises to "listen and learn" but ex-leader Michael Howard calls for him to quit.
The reptile's 2,000-year-old remains are discovered by archaeologists buried in volcanic ash and rock.
Canada's police chief has been accused of pressuring local officers to help advance a Canada gun ban.
The Capitol riot panel hears of an explosive showdown between Trump and justice department lawyers.
The US Navy ship "Sammy B" sank off the Philippines in a ferocious WWII battle with the Japanese.
In April the streaming giant reported its first subscriber loss in more than a decade.
The female python was nearly 18ft long (5m) - and was pregnant with an astonishing 122 eggs.
A Japanese worker lost a USB stick containing the data of 460,000 people during a night out.
Nasser Al-Khelaifi is acquitted of a corruption charge over the awarding of media rights.
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