Top Eight

Your Tuesday night briefing from the staff of Courthouse News

Top eight stories for today including Texas is sending more than 500 National Guard troops to the state’s southern border with Mexico; Jurors in the criminal trial of a reporter arrested while covering a Black Lives Matter protest in Iowa heard conflicting testimony; A new lawsuit says students in New York City’s public school system are among the most segregated in the country, and more.

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National

1.) A law professor testified at a Senate Banking Committee hearing Tuesday that market volatility in reaction to retail traders has thrown into question the long-term health of the stock market.

(AP Photo/John Minchillo)

2.) German automaker Daimler, parent company of American Mercedes-Benz, will pay $1.5 billion to resolve charges over its connection to the global diesel emissions-cheating scandal following approval of the settlement Tuesday by a federal judge.

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Regional

3.) Texas is sending more than 500 National Guard troops to the state’s southern border with Mexico, officials said Tuesday, part of a broader policing surge launched in response to a recent uptick in the number of asylum-seekers and other migrants entering the U.S.

(AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

4.) Jurors in the criminal trial of a reporter arrested while covering a Black Lives Matter protest in Iowa last May heard conflicting evidence from witnesses Tuesday on whether she resisted or interfered with the arresting officer.

(Kelsey Kremer/The Des Moines Register via AP)

5.) A Latino voting rights group filed a lawsuit Tuesday challenging Iowa’s controversial new voting regulations.

(AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

6.) In a city as diverse as New York, home to country’s largest public-school system, a lawsuit filed Tuesday says students are among “the most segregated in the country.”

(AP Photo/Kathy Willen)

International

7.) If copyright holders take steps to prevent their works from being embedded on third-party websites, doing so violates European Union law, the bloc’s top court ruled Tuesday. 

(Courthouse News photo/Molly Quell)

8.) On-call time can count as working time, but only occurring regularly and saddling the employee with severe restrictions, the EU’s high court held on Tuesday.

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