Justices take up fight to prolong pandemic-born asylum barriers
In a split decision on Tuesday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear a fight between the Biden administration and several red states over the conclusion of an immigration policy intended to slow the spread of coronavirus.
Southwest apologizes for stranding passengers, flight crews across US
While all the major air carriers are canceling and delaying flights in the wake of a bomb cyclone that caused blizzard conditions in the Midwest and Northeast, Southwest Airlines was blamed for 90% of all U.S. flight cancellations Tuesday.
Public wary Montana land swap may favor wealthy landowners
A public-private land swap proposed by a small working group has many members of the public questioning whether the U.S. Forest Service has the public good at heart.
Storms expected to batter California into new year
With rain currently soaking much of Northern California, more atmospheric rivers are expected to spread across the state throughout the next week with a hope that much-needed snow will stick around.
Ringleader of governor kidnapping plot gets 16-year sentence
The convicted ringleader of a group that plotted to kidnap Democratic Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer avoided a possible life sentence Tuesday for his role in the foiled plan after his relatives begged the judge for mercy.
California set to ring in new year with raft of new laws
Heading into 2023, Californians will see historic new laws take effect that range from tackling climate change to protecting workers’ pay and women’s right to reproductive health care.
Mexico judiciary faces unprecedented case backlog
Federal judges in Mexico will have their work cut out for them next year, as the country’s judicial branch faces the largest backlog of cases in its history.
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