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Tabloid publisher says he pledged to be Trump campaign's 'eyes and ears' during 2016 race

A veteran tabloid publisher has testified that he pledged to be Donald Trump’s “eyes and ears” during his 2016 presidential campaign, recounting for a jury how he promised the then-candidate that he would help suppress harmful stories and had even arranged to purchase a doorman’s silence More »

 

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It began with defiance at Columbia. Now students nationwide are upping their Gaza war protests

What began last week when students at a New York Ivy League school refused to end their protest against Israel’s war with Hamas has turned into a much larger movement More »

 

UN calls for investigation into mass graves uncovered at two Gaza hospitals raided by Israel

The United Nations is calling for “a clear, transparent and credible investigation” of mass graves uncovered at two major hospitals in war-torn Gaza that were raided by Israeli troops More »

 

Casey, McCormick to face each other as nominees in Pennsylvania's high-stakes US Senate contest

Democratic Sen. Bob Casey and Republican challenger David McCormick will face each other in Pennsylvania’s high-stakes U.S. Senate contest this fall More »

 

Tesla 1Q profit falls 55%, but stock jumps as company moves to speed production of cheaper vehicles

Tesla’s first-quarter net income plummeted 55%, but its stock price surged in after-hours trading Tuesday as the company said it would accelerate production of new, more affordable vehicles More »

 

What's EMTALA, the patient protection law at the center of Supreme Court abortion arguments?

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in a case that could determine whether doctors can provide abortions to pregnant women with medical emergencies in states that enact abortion bans More »

 

New federal rule would bar 'noncompete' agreements for most employees

U.S. companies would no longer be able to bar employees from taking jobs with competitors under a rule approved by a federal agency, though the rule is sure to be challenged in court More »

 

US government agrees to $138.7M settlement over FBI's botching of Larry Nassar assault allegations

The U.S. Justice Department is paying a $138.7 million to settle more than 100 claims that it badly mishandled allegations of sexual assault against Larry Nassar in 2015 and 2016 More »

 

Aid for Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan advances in Senate with big bipartisan vote

The Senate is moving ahead with $95 billion in war aid to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan More »

 

A Russian strike on Kharkiv's TV tower is part of an intimidation campaign, Ukraine's Zelenskyy says

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says a Russian missile strike that smashed a television tower in Kharkiv was part of the Kremlin’s ongoing effort to intimidate Ukraine’s second-largest city More »

 

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