Trump ordered to produce records on Jan. 6 insurrection
A federal judge rejected a request from former President Donald Trump to block the National Archives from giving documents to the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Man who punched Capitol police officer gets longest sentence yet tied to riot
The first Capitol rioter to be sentenced for assaulting a police officer received 41 months in prison on Wednesday — the heftiest sentence a federal judge has given out to a Capitol rioter so far and a precedent-setting sentence for all future Jan. 6 defendants convicted of assault.
Rittenhouse tells jurors shooting victim threatened to kill him
Kyle Rittenhouse took the stand Wednesday morning in a trial to determine whether he is guilty of intentional homicide and other felonies for killing two people and injuring a third with a semiautomatic rifle at a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year.
Tradition that fed Virginia’s school-to-prison pipeline finds rebirth with new GOP majority
Virginia rehabbed its crime-reporting law after data showed that the state leads the nation in referring students to law enforcement, but an incident in Loudon County, and a new Republican majority, may signal a second act.
Newsom discusses vaccines, veterans and skipping Glasgow climate change summit
Governor Gavin Newsom pushed vaccines during his first press conference in weeks on Wednesday at a Covid-19 vaccine and flu shot clinic.
Poland-Belarus border: Military standoff is a ‘hybrid war’ scene of frozen refugees and razor-wire fences
They are ugly and dangerous scenes: Several thousand refugees and asylum seekers from war-torn countries are caught in the middle of a political and military standoff along the heavily guarded border separating Belarus and Poland, the edge of the European Union.
EU court upholds $2.7 billion antitrust fine against Google
The European Union’s second-highest court on Wednesday upheld a $2.7 billion antitrust fine against Google’s parent company Alphabet for anti-competitive behavior.
Soccer powerhouse AC Milan loses bid for international logo
A European Union court on Wednesday rejected a bid by AC Milan, a powerhouse Italian soccer club, to register its brand as an international trademark because of its close similarity to a brand already in use by a German stationary company.
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