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Top 8 today

Tuesday's Top 8 includes more Jan. 6 riot coverage, United Nations General Assembly speeches, details of two lawsuits filed against the city of Sacramento over its handling of the homelessness crisis, and more.

Feds publish draft of rule to allow kills of Colorado’s soon-to-be imported wolf pack

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is planning to reintroduce wolves along the state’s Western Slope ahead of a December deadline set by voters in 2020. Residents who largely opposed the measure have asked for the ability to kill wolves to protect themselves and their livelihood.

Top 8 today

Wednesday's Top 8 includes coverage of the feds' big Google antitrust trial, plans to give striking California workers unemployment benefits, island nations looking for environmental justice, and a study that found commutes might be more manageable in a post-Covid world.

Epic Games and Match Group forge ahead on Google antitrust trial, despite 50-state settlement

A federal judge held off on accepting a nationwide settlement until October, citing lack of details and potential complications.

Top European rights court rejects ethnic voting, striking blow to power sharing in Bosnia

The 1995 Dayton Agreement put an end to the Bosnia War and created an electoral system based around the three largest ethnic groups in the country. 

High court upholds 6-week abortion ban in South Carolina

The all-male South Carolina Supreme Court upheld a ban on abortions only months after finding a similar law unconstitutional.