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Friday briefing: Oklahoma's strict abortion bill; formula shortage; coronavirus boosters for kids; secret sinkhole forest; and more

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Oklahoma passed the strictest abortion bill in the U.S. yesterday.


Congress passed a bill to help lower-income mothers get baby formula.


Kids ages 5 to 11 can now get a coronavirus booster shot.


Ukraine's president described fighting in the southeast as "hell."


Another brutal heat wave is hitting the U.S.


States are starting to require lessons on Asian American history.

Scientists found a secret forest inside a massive sinkhole.

And now … what to watch this weekend: The new Downton Abbey movie (which we gave three out of four stars) is out in theaters today. Plus, what to read: One of these banned books.

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