On 'EWTN News Nightly' tonight: Details emerge as investigations continue into Jeffrey Epstein’s death and sex trafficking charges. The Washington Examiner’s Tiana Lowe looks at what his death could mean for victims seeking justice. Plus: New legislation could require information about abortion pill reversals to be given to women considering chemical abortions. Marion Miner of the Nebraska Catholic Conference tells us why the group supports this initiative. Also: Protests in Hong Kong close one of the world’s busiest airports for a second day. Asia News’ Fr. Bernardo Cervellera shares how Catholics are getting involved in the pro-democracy movement. And: The Knights of Columbus announces a new initiative focusing on Native American Catholics. Board member Patrick Mason tells us about some of the projects, including a shrine to St. Kateri Tekakwitha in New Mexico.
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