Attorneys trade accusations in opening remarks of Depp v. Heard trial
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s competing versions of their relationship are at the center of a high-profile trial that began with opening arguments Tuesday morning.
US to soften stance on high-ethanol gas, usually banned in summer months
President Joe Biden flew to Iowa on Tuesday to announce a new economic gambit in the face of 40-year inflation highs, saying the government will lift restrictions on a biofuel that will be cheaper than gasoline for Americans to buy at the fuel pump.
New York lieutenant governor charged with campaign bribery
Brian Benjamin, the second-highest official in New York, was arrested Tuesday morning on a federal indictment charging him with a campaign donation scheme.
More than a dozen injured in Brooklyn subway shooting
Details are still unfolding after at least 28 people were injured, five critically, in a shooting Tuesday morning at a Brooklyn subway station.
Marines injured in Camp Pendleton gas explosion ask Ninth Circuit to revive their lawsuit
A Ninth Circuit panel will decide whether to revive claims brought by three U.S. Marines injured in a 2017 gas line explosion at Camp Pendleton.
Federal judge urged to scrap redistricting maps for Washington state Legislature
Attorneys for Latino residents of Yakima Valley in Washington state asked a federal judge to block the redistricted maps for the Legislature from going into effect.
Russia accused of chemical attack in Mariupol, city on brink of capture
Russia was accused of launching a possible chemical attack Monday night against the last Ukrainian forces still fighting in the devastated southeastern port city of Mariupol, where Ukrainian officials say tens of thousands of civilians have been killed.
Physician convicted of assisted suicide loses rights appeal
Denmark didn’t violate a doctor’s freedom of expression by jailing him for helping patients end their lives, Europe’s top rights court ruled Tuesday.
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