‘There’s a tension’: Reston church vandalized post-Roe & Fireworks plan shifts on National Mall

A Catholic church in Reston, Virginia became a target after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Parishioners found their community church defaced by graffiti and learned it was also set on fire. We talked to a spokesman with the Archdiocese of Arlington who urges peaceful dialogue during such a tense political time. And July 4th is right around the corner. Mike Litterst with the National Park Service walks us through changes to the fireworks plan on the National Mall this coming weekend.

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