Tarrio’s arrest ahead of insurrection dissected as defense
Defense lawyers for members of the far-right Proud Boys group tried to use Enrique Tarrio's arrest only days before the insurrection to their benefit Monday, saying there could be no seditious conspiracy plot after the leader of the group entered federal custody.
News coalition joins case attacking Virginia access policy
A coalition of national and regional newspapers have piled into a legal brief attacking Virginia’s two-road system of access to court records where one privileged group can review the records online while the press and public are cut off.
Georgia judge orders partial release of report in Trump election interference probe
The judge overseeing the investigation into possible criminal efforts to overturn Georgia's 2020 election results by former President Donald Trump and his allies ruled Monday that key parts of the special grand jury's report will be released later this week.
Capital trial of NYC bike path killer enters penalty phase
The first death penalty trial of the Biden administration entered the punishment phase on Monday afternoon, with a New York jury reassembling to decide between the death penalty or life in prison for the man who committed an ISIS-inspired truck attack.
Ninth Circuit considers effects of ‘temporary’ logging roads in national forest
A Ninth Circuit panel heard from both sides Monday in a fight over what are supposed to be temporary roads for a logging project in a Washington state national forest.
EU forecasts no recession, modest growth and recovery from energy-fueled inflation
The European Union continues to face high inflation and slow growth, but may have turned the corner without first dropping into a recession, according to the Winter 2023 Economic Forecast published on Monday.
Mexican rescue dog dies seeking survivors of Turkey quake
Mexicans and Turks alike mourned the death of a search and rescue dog sent to Turkey to aid with recovery efforts in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that rocked the region this month.
Will Brazil and Argentina share a common currency?
Brazil and Argentina are laying the groundwork for a common currency to strengthen regional trade and lessen the dependency on the U.S. dollar. But the road to implementation faces multiple hurdles.
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