DOJ moves to unseal Trump Mar-a-Lago search warrant
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Thursday that the Justice Department filed a motion to unseal the search warrant approved by a federal judge for the FBI's raid on former President Donald Trump's south Florida home, Mar-a-Lago.
Fight over Marjorie Taylor Greene reelection bid lands in 11th Circuit
Appealing a federal judge's denial of her request for a preliminary injunction, an attorney for Georgia Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene argued Thursday before the 11th Circuit that a state law voters sued under to challenge her candidacy is unconstitutional.
Mistrial declared in Flint water crisis case against engineering firms
A mistrial was declared Thursday in the case against two engineering companies accused of contributing to the contaminated water crisis in Flint, Michigan, after a jury was unable to agree on a unanimous verdict following weeks of deliberation.
Iowa governor asks court to reinstate fetal heartbeat law after Roe reversal
Republican Governor Kim Reynolds of Iowa asked a state trial court Thursday to lift its injunction that bars enforcement of a 2018 state law that makes abortions illegal after a fetal heartbeat has been detected.
Texas governor must turn over Dropbox files in redistricting case
A federal judge has ordered Texas Governor Greg Abbott to turn over documents in an ongoing dispute over proposed election maps in Texas — including documents stored online through a Dropbox link.
Ukrainian military gets $1.5 billion aid boost from Western countries
Representatives from 26 Western nations gathered in Copenhagen on Thursday and agreed to donate a collective $1.5 billion to support continued military assistance to Ukraine in the fight against Russia.
Pig collagen can treat human blindness, study finds
When finding a way to treat blindness, Neil Lagali and Mehrdad Rafat wanted to find an abundant and inexpensive source of collagen, the main component of the human cornea. Pigs proved a reliable source to create cornea implants.
Scientists use tiny trackers, plane to follow moths on move
Trillions of insects migrate across the globe each year, yet little is known about their journeys. So to look for clues, scientists in Germany took to the skies, placing tiny trackers on the backs of giant moths and following them by plane.
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