Esmé E. Deprez

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In March 2020, Esmé Deprez received a text from her father. Suffering from ALS, Ronald David Deprez had had enough.

An intimate account of a medically assisted death

In March 2020, Esmé Deprez received a text from her father. Suffering from ALS, Ronald David Deprez had had enough.

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Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear the most significant challenge to abortion rights in a generation. The case is about a Texas law that curtails women’s access to abortion clinics.

Supreme Court Takes Up Abortion Access

Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will hear the most significant challenge to abortion rights in a generation. The case is about a Texas law that curtails women’s access to abortion clinics.

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The motive is still unclear, but there's no doubt there was prior planning. The FBI is leading a massive investigation. Terrorism is not being ruled out.

A Mass Shooting in San Bernardino: Was It Terrorism?

The motive is still unclear, but there's no doubt there was prior planning. The FBI is leading a massive investigation. Terrorism is not being ruled out.

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