NOW Tonight with Joshua Johnson – July 5 | NBC News NOW

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Court battles continue across the U.S. in the wake of the controversial Roe v. Wade ruling, Ohio police released graphic body camera video showing officers fatally shooting a Black man, and a look at how extremist ideologies are perpetuated through social media. 

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