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The Indian government has asked social media giants Twitter Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube to take down videos and tweets about a BBC documentary on 2002 religious riots in Prime Minister … more
The Justice Department found six items containing classified information during a Friday search of President Joe Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware, his personal lawyers said on … more
Florida rejected an Advanced Placement African American studies course because it contains critical race theory and state leaders objected to its lessons on “Black queer studies." … more
Juul Labs Inc. won preliminary approval of a settlement aimed at resolving thousands of lawsuits targeting the e-cigarette maker as a major cause of a US youth-vaping epidemic. U.S. District Judge … more
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is asking a judge to impose sanctions on the Metropolitan Police Department for not informing the newspaper that investigators have searched the … more
A court order that Donald Trump and his lawyer must pay almost $1 million in sanctions for filing an “abusive” lawsuit against Hillary Clinton probably won’t succeed in … more
The contractors who damaged computer files leading to the massive Jan. 11 disruptions to the U.S. flight system did so “unintentionally,” aviation regulators said Thursday … more
Former President Donald Trump dropped a lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James on Friday just a day after a federal judge slapped him and a lawyer with a nearly $1 … more
Republican lawmakers in North Dakota have introduced legislation seeking to prohibit transgender and nonbinary people from using pronouns according to their gender identity. Senate Bill 1299 … more
Disneyland employees laughed at the struggles of a disabled woman rather than help her out of a Jungle Cruise boat before she suffered a fall that ultimately led to her death, a lawsuit … more
A humble supermarket staple is no longer.Egg prices have soared in recent months, driven largely by a devastating outbreak of avian flu. Some stores have even placed limits on purchases as reports of … more
After months of record highs, mortgage rates are showing signs of easing, sending some relief to potential homebuyers’ budgets.The decline in mortgage rates from when they peaked in the fall is … more
Despite growing evidence of the harm caused by medical debt, hundreds of U.S. hospitals maintain policies to aggressively pursue patients for unpaid bills, using tactics such as lawsuits, selling … more
The investing strategy known as ESG is under attack, and virtually no one expects the backlash to die down.More than a dozen Republican state attorneys general have blasted ESG financial practices, … more
The depleted ozone layer that shields Earth from harmful UV radiation will be healed by mid-century, a new United Nations report stated on Monday.Thanks to international cooperation starting in 1989, … more
The Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection would not have been possible without the help of a number of key Texans. That much is clear on the two-year anniversary of the attack and in the wake of a massive ... more
Applications for U.S. unemployment benefits rose last week, but remained near historic lows, underscoring the enduring resilience of the labor market despite the Federal Reserve’s aggressive … more
After another year of living with COVID-19, we have a greater understanding of the respiratory illness than we did nearly three years ago, when the World Health Organization declared a pandemic on … more
The latest U.S. employment report is anticipated to highlight the resilience of the nation’s labor market through 2022, despite the most aggressive pace of monetary tightening in decades.Payrolls … more
Economists say there is a 7-in-10 likelihood that the U.S. economy will sink into a recession next year, slashing demand forecasts and trimming inflation projections in the wake of massive … more
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