Juul agrees to pay $438.5 million to settle teen vaping probe
Electronic cigarette manufacturer Juul Labs has agreed in principle to pay $438.5 million to 33 states and Puerto Rico, settling an investigation into the company’s marketing and sales practices.
Elizabeth Holmes wants new trial, citing regrets of ‘key witness’
Elizabeth Holmes, the disgraced founder of Theranos, has asked for a new trial, saying new evidence has been discovered from a remorseful star witness in the fraud trial that ended in her conviction.
Records seized from Mar-a-Lago will go before neutral special master
Delaying the investigation of classified documents seized from former President Donald Trump's south Florida resort home, a Trump-appointed federal judge agreed with the former president Monday to appoint a special master who will review materials.
LA Unified School District targeted in cyberattack
Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest public school system in the country, was targeted by an "external cyberattack" on Saturday night.
Dispute over victim rights ballot measure hits Wisconsin Supreme Court
A yearslong legal fight over a 2020 ballot question that amended the Wisconsin Constitution to expand victims' rights in balance against the rights of the accused landed in the Badger State's highest court for arguments on Tuesday.
Liz Truss is next prime minister of Britain after audience with queen
Triumphing in a monthlong leadership contest with the former Chancellor Rishi Sunak, Liz Truss has been appointed Britain’s new prime minister.
Russia halts gas flows to Europe as Ukraine war intensifies
Moscow is upping the stakes in the Ukraine war by indefinitely closing off the Nord Stream 1 natural gas pipeline into Germany, a move that puts even more economic and political pressure on the European Union, where gas prices are soaring.
Mandatory pretrial detention ruling revives questions over power of Mexico Supreme Court
A ruling expected from Mexico's Supreme Court on Tuesday has the potential to change the fates of tens of thousands of people held in the country's prisons without convictions.
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