As the nation prepares for the 20th anniversary of 9/11, the stories of those who died live on at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum. And with the end of America's longest war, we hear from two special guests on how to help those who risked everything to keep us safe. Phil Hetu, director of development at the U.S. Navy SEAL Legacy Foundation, said regarding ways to honor those who served: "Just telling people 'thank you,' you know, thanking them for their service. If you see somebody you know, just to thank them for what they've done and the sacrifices that them and their families have made." Brett Kingston, a big donor of the U.S. Navy SEAL Legacy Foundation, also offered ways of getting involved on 9/11. He said, "Get involved in organizations and charities that support the firemen, the policemen and women, the service organizations from Wounded Warrior to the Navy SEAL Legacy Foundation to many other charities."
The White House is defending the sweeping vaccine mandates after 19 governors and two attorneys general immediately pushed back against the mandates. Multiple Republican governors, including of Arizona, Georgia, and South Dakota, hinted or announced that they would seek legal avenues to resist the mandates.
The Justice Department is suing Texas over its new law banning abortions after six weeks. Attorney General Merrick Garland alleges that the Texas law violates the Constitution, and he calls it a scheme. The Texas law is different from abortion laws in other states. It leaves enforcement to private citizens through civil lawsuits instead of criminal prosecutors.
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