Ketanji Brown Jackson vows to ‘stay in lane’ on Supreme Court
Lawmakers used a marathon session of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday to dig into the approach that Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson takes as a judge, as well as how she represented clients in the past as a public defender and private attorney.
Judge blocks Biden policy narrowing focus of deportations
The states of Arizona, Montana and Ohio won a preliminary injunction on Tuesday enjoining a Biden administration immigration policy that narrows the Department of Homeland Security's deportation focus to immigrants deemed to be dangerous.
New Mexico official in Capitol riot mob found guilty
A federal judge entered a guilty verdict Tuesday against a New Mexico county commissioner who entered a restricted area during the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021, and remained there for over an hour.
Can Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District make America competitive again?
The fate of Colorado’s newly drawn 8th Congressional District lies in the hands of its majority party: the unaffiliated.
Fantasy sports ekes out a win after NY high court legalizes contests
Fantasy sports betting is not technically gambling since it requires some skill, New York’s high court ruled Tuesday, paving open a legal carveout for the lucrative activity.
Audit: California overlooked potential affordable housing sites
As San Francisco considers a proposal to shelter its entire homeless population, a state audit found Tuesday that a California agency overlooked potential affordable housing sites that could help alleviate the state’s crushing housing crisis.
Under Western barrage, Russia gets nastier in Ukraine, crushes dissent
Russia is seeking to stiffen its resolve to fight both Kyiv and the West's full-spectrum assault by ramping up its military offensive in Ukraine, antagonizing Japan over the disputed Kuril Islands and cracking down on dissenters at home, chief among them opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Argentine volunteers enlisting to join International Legion to defend Ukraine
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and ongoing indiscriminate violence across the country has provoked international condemnation, with many foreigners signing up to volunteer to fight alongside Ukraine’s troops and citizens — including many from Argentina.
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