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Senate bill would ban TikTok at all state agencies, schools. Here's what's proposed.

The TikTok ban bill seeks to allay lawmakers' concern over the app's Chinese-based parent company having access to U.S. users data.


Activists' network in Mexico helps U.S. women get abortions

A network of abortion-rights activists in Mexico is finding ways to assist women in the United States affected by recently imposed abortion bans.


Texas Senate cuts amendment that would allow gender-affirming care for current patients

Sen. Donna Campbell removed her own amendment allowing current patients to continue their medications after facing backlash from the Texas GOP.


Trump indictment live updates: Trump leaves Trump Tower, arraignment to come after surrender

Donald Trump is set to be arraigned Tuesday on the first criminal charges against a former president. Get the latest live Trump news updates here.


Shotgun shooting wounds 2 in El Paso bar patio in Ascarate area

A young man and a teenager were wounded in a shooting outside a bar in Crime Stoppers of El Paso's Crime of the Week.


El Paso crime beat: 2 shot outside Beach Bar; boy struck in hit-and-run, driver arrested

El Paso crime: Two people were wounded in an unsolved shooting outside a bar next to Ascarate Park.


El Paso Zoo's giraffe Gigi is pregnant!

The zoo will be suspending the popular giraffe feeding encounters until after the birth and when the giraffe family settles in.


Senate panel OKs school choice, teacher retention proposals. We explain in 90 seconds.

In a brief meeting, the Senate Committee on Education advanced bills that would create education savings accounts and teacher retention measures.


Across Latin America, Juárez migrant center blaze left families reeling

Families across the Americas are reeling in agony as they await news of their loved ones after a fire at an immigration center in Juárez, Mexico.


Law enforcement at the polls? Senate proposal seeks to create 'election marshals'

SB 220 would provide the secretary an avenue "to immediately address election violations as they are occurring," according to the bill's analysis.


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