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Although President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to defund Planned Parenthood as long as it provides abortions, several of Maryland's Democratic lawmakers said that despite their party's minority status in Congress, they will fight every effort to do so. "This will be an ongoing battle," Chris Van Hollen, a Democratic congressman who was elected to the Senate last month, said in an interview with Capital News Service. "It's unfortunate that in the 21st century we're still having to wage this battle, but we will fight tooth and nail to prevent Donald Trump and the Republicans from turning back the clock on women's rights." Maryland Planned Parenthood typically receives 100 donations per week. In the week after Republican nominee Trump's surprising election victory, it received 1,700 online donations, 350 of which were made in Vice President-elect Mike Pence's name, according to spokeswoman Dana Robinson. "Planned Parenthood has done very good work for millions of women," Trump said at a Florida press conference in March. "But we're not going to allow, and we're not going to fund, as long as you have the abortion going on at Planned Parenthood." Maryland Planned Parenthood CEO and President Karen Nelson said in an interview with Capital News Service that there are definite anxieties among women worried they will lose their birth control after inauguration. Maryland has seven Planned Parenthood locations that offer abortions, birth control, care for sexually transmitted diseases and general health care. Sixty percent of her patients do not receive health care outside of Planned Parenthood, Nelson said. "We're telling people to continue to enroll in the Affordable Care Act, and continue to make the appointments with us to get their birth control," Nelson said.
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Sheandhusband Michael Feldman are expecting a baby boy, who will be a littlebrother totheir daughterVale, 2. "I'm going to go on my maternity leave after tomorrow," Guthrie told co-starsWillie Geist, Al Roker and Carson Daly on theToday show Thursday. "And so all of you who have been saying, 'Please stop...we've seen enough,' there will be no live birth on the Today show. Tomorrow's my last day." Photos Celeb Baby Bumps NBC "I can't believe you've made it this far," Daly said. "You've been working so much...my family sees Savannah and is like, 'How much longer is she gonna work?'" Guthrie had appeared regularly on theToday show throughout her pregnancy, even appearing on the air for hours to cover the recent U.S. presidential election. And she was back onToday the following morning. "People at home are like, 'We don't want to see your water break,'" Guthrie said. "So I'm gonna take off and hopefully the baby will come soon after that." TheToday show is planning a special send-off for Guthrie on Friday's episode. The serieshas celebrated Guthrie's pregnancy several times since she announced it on-air in June.
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AFP's correspondent in east Aleppo said ferocious clashes could be heard in the Tariq al-Bab district, where regime forces advanced on Thursday. Civilians had already totally emptied the adjacent neighbourhood of Al-Shaar, where a few rebels manned positions ชุดคลุมท้องทํางาน in front of shuttered shops and bakeries. Vegetable stalls -- empty for months because of a devastating government siege -- now lay shattered by heavy artillery fire. The escalating violence has been met with international outrage, including a UN warning that east Aleppo could become "a giant graveyard". Moscow has proposed setting up four humanitarian corridors into east Aleppo. "We have informed the UN in New York and Geneva that there is no longer a problem with the delivery of humanitarian cargo to eastern Aleppo," Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told reporters in Rome, according to a RIA Novosti news agency transcript. He said the UN was still coming up with a possible plan, and that approval from Syrian authorities remained essential. Moscow has announced several humanitarian pauses in Aleppo to allow civilians to flee, but until the recent escalation, only a handful did so. East Aleppo's residents have been wary of previous such offers because of Russian support for Assad, including its bombing campaign in support of his forces launched in September 2015. - 'Race against time' - Dozens of families trickled out Friday, adding to the more than 50,000 people who have poured from east Aleppo into territory controlled by government forces or local Kurdish authorities, the Observatory said. Among those fleeing are nearly 20,000 children, according to estimates by the UN's children's agency.