Your Heard Tell show for Monday, June 27th, 2022 is turning down the news cycle noise and getting to the information we need on the fallout from Friday's Dodds Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v Wade. We skip the sweeping claims and buzzword rhetoric to work through the status of the states, which ones have what restrictions, what's coming next, and how this is just the beginning of the debate over abortion in America. We cover reporting on how Russia is plundering grain from Ukraine, and sending it to a country that is giving aid and rhetoric to Ukraine on one hand, but taking the Russian stolen grain with the other, we'll cover some excellent reporting from Sky News. Our guest today is journalist Molly McCluskey, who returns to Heard Tell to talk about her excellent work with Diplomatica Global Media, which meets the crossing of politics, architecture, intrigue, and human interest stories at the Embassies and diplomatic properties here in America. Molly explains some of the history and background, and talks about two stories that exemplify how these properties not only bring history to life but are essential players in current events. She writes about a man who has been protesting outside the Vatican Embassy for over 25 years, and also uses the Ukrainian Embassy as an example of how support and protest of world events usually exhibits at diplomatic properties. Plus we update the story of that MP over in the UK who was busted and ran for watching porn in parliament, and Sri Lanka has a moment of unity and joy against the terrible crisis that country is suffering, thanks to some sport and a visit from the Aussies. All that and more on this Monday edition of Heard Tell.