Texas

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    Video caption: Plane crashes in Texas with no serious injuries

    A plane was carrying 21 people crashed near Houston Executive Airport, with no serious injuries reported.

  2. Bryan Hughes, Texas State Senator (Republican)

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    Video caption: Stephen Sackur speaks to Texas Republican state senator Bryan Hughes.

    Republicans in Texas have managed to ban abortion in almost all cases in the state. Stephen Sackur speaks to Senator Bryan Hughes. Has a new front opened in America's culture wars?

  3. Joe Biden: The Divided States of America

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    Video caption: BBC Newsbeat goes on a road trip to meet young Americans from all sides.

    BBC Newsbeat goes on a road trip to meet young Americans from all sides to see what they think needs to be done to build bridges in their country.

  4. Christianity

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    Video caption: Louis travels to Dallas to meet some born-again Christian evangelists. (1998)

    Louis travels to Dallas, at the heart of the American bible belt. There, born-again Christian evangelists offer to have him saved for the Lord on live TV show. (1998)

  5. In a Texan Jail

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    Video caption: For one week Reggie Yates will eat, sleep and work alongside the inmates of a Texan jail.

    Documentary. Reggie Yates spends one week in Bexar County Jail, Texas, eating, sleeping and working alongside the inmates.

  6. US abortion: temporary block on Texas ban

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    Video caption: A judge in the US state of Texas has issued an order blocking a ban on abortion

    A judge in the US state of Texas has issued an order blocking a ban on abortion after six weeks of pregnancy.

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    Video caption: The impact of the strictest anti-abortion law in the US

    Michelle is pregnant and has chosen to get an abortion. In Texas, that has become much harder to do.

  8. Texas women travelling hundreds of kilometres for abortion

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    Video caption: Abortion clinics in Kansas and Oklahoma inundated after Texas brings in restrictive law

    Abortion clinics in Kansas and Oklahoma are struggling to respond to increased demand after Texas brings in restrictive law