Judicial veto of student debt forgiveness plan will have a familiar ring for Biden
After the justices teed themselves up to shoot down President Biden’s student debt forgiveness plan by way of the major questions doctrine, legal experts say the separation of powers may be off balance.
Amazon denies liability for illegally imported products
Amazon argued before a federal appeals court Friday that it is not responsible for third-party sellers importing illegal products into the United States.
Army solider who plotted unit ambush with satanic neo-Nazi cult sentenced to 45 years
The former U.S. Army private who plotted with a satanic neo-Nazi cult to ambush his unit in a mass-casualty attack was sentenced Friday to 45 years in federal prison.
Alex Murdaugh sentenced to life in prison for murders of wife and son
Alex Murdaugh was sentenced to life in prison Friday for the murders of his wife and son, ending a nearly two-year saga that captured national attention while shining a spotlight on the ex-attorney's unusual influence in South Carolina’s Lowcountry.
Hard out there for a pup: Newborn elephant seals face daily struggle to survive
Sharks, starvation, disease, getting crushed by 5,000-pound males — early life for elephant seals is filled with peril.
Rez Radio brings Cupeño music, culture, and history to the world
A small radio station on the Pala Band of Mission Indians territory in northern San Diego County broadcasts music and cultural programming that interests and reflects the history, culture, and language of the Cupeño people.
EU trade with Russia dropped $12 billion in first year Ukraine invasion
As Russian tanks rolled through Ukraine, the European Union’s trade with Russia plummeted. Over the last year, the EU’s trade deficit with Russia fell by nearly two-thirds, as the value of Russian imports was cut in half, according to data published by Eurostat on Friday.
Belarusian activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner gets 10-year jail term
Belarusian human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize co-winner Ales Bialiatski was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Friday by a Minsk court on charges that he funded mass anti-government protests and smuggled money into the country.
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