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By Samantha Granville
BBC News, Little Rock, Arkansas
Protesters reacted strongly as news of the Supreme Court's decision spread to crowds outside.
By Tara McKelvey & Angelica Casas & Barbara Plett Usher
BBC News, Washington & Texas
By George Wright & Matt Murphy
Eric Schmitt says he is the first attorney general in the US to effectively end abortion.
Joe Biden says overturning Roe v Wade has made the US an outliner among developed nations.
By Robin Levinson-King & Chloe Kim & Paul Sargeant
By Sarah Smith
North America editor
Anti-abortion protesters cheer after finding out the Supreme Court has struck down abortion rights.
By Sam Cabral
BBC News, Washington
By Anthony Zurcher, Bernd Debusmann Jr, Boer Deng
"Vincent Chin would be alive today if he were not Asian".
By Natalie Sherman
Business reporter, New York
By George Wright