Why do Americans approve of Roberts but not his court?
Chief Justice John Roberts of the U.S. Supreme Court has achieved a near anomaly in modern politics, according to poll numbers published Monday that suggest Americans are craving even the appearance of moderation on an increasingly radical court.
TikTok content moderator sues over nightmares, panic attacks from graphic content
A TikTok content moderator sued the social networking platform claiming she suffers from horrific nightmares and panic attacks because of the videos of graphic violence and sexual assaults she has to watch for her job.
Ninth Circuit judge questions fairness of $9 million for privacy groups in Google Street View settlement
After ordering Google to pay privacy rights groups $9 million from a $13 million settlement over data collected by its Street View cars, a Ninth Circuit judge said her colleagues should rethink the practice of distributing the fruits of hard-fought class actions to charitable organizations and nonprofits in place of direct payments to class members.
Judge orders 10-year plan to make NYC crosswalks accessible
New York City must make all of its crossing signals accessible to blind and low-vision pedestrians by 2036, a federal judge ruled Monday.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors vote in favor of mayor’s emergency declaration over drug use
At a special session Thursday that extended into early Friday morning, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors ratified Mayor London Breed’s public health emergency declaration concerning rampant, open air drug use in the city’s Tenderloin neighborhood.
Polish president vetoes controversial media ownership law
Facing stiff pressure from the United States and growing economic turmoil at home, Poland's president on Monday vetoed legislation that critics said sought to silence an American-owned television channel opposed to the ruling right-wing government in Warsaw.
Human remains recovered from ancient volcanic eruption
Scientists have dug up the first recorded human remains from the ancient Thera volcano eruption, one of the largest eruptions in human history that many historians say fundamentally changed the course of the world.
If you want to punish someone for ignoring orders, does it make sense to issue more orders? No, it doesn't.
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