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California doctors falter in bid to shut down discipline over Covid advice

The same judge who last year blocked a law against Covid misinformation didn't see merit in a similar effort to preemptively block discipline for dispensing Covid opinions.

Feds’ plan to rebuild Pacific sardine numbers insufficient, judge finds

A California judge said federal agencies didn't properly set a reasonable timeline to rebuild the overfished Pacific sardine population, but declined to order a new environmental impact assessment.

Privacy in the record

CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. — A federal court in New York partially seals personal information disclosed in prior motions to quash and for protective orders, which included the defendants’ social security numbers and corporate bank account information. Some filings are sealed entirely, while others can be refiled with redactions; still more others will remain public because the defendants waived their privacy rights by including the information on motions that remained on the docket for months without taking appropriate action.

Trump associate warned records dispute would lead to charges, unsealed documents say

A witness in Trump's Mar-a-Lago classified documents case told FBI agents he gave everyone in Trump's orbit the same advice: “Be honest and don’t be cute.”

Feds OK $139 million settlement for sex abuse victims of Larry Nassar

Reports of sexual misconduct by Larry Nassar date back to the 1990s.

Minnesota governor appoints two Supreme Court justices

Governor Tim Walz's appointment of Theodora Gaitas and Sarah Hennesy returns the state's top court to a female majority.