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Why Twitter was saving its Hunter Biden files — and why Musk’s promised revelations haven’t come out faster.
- Newark Advocate
In November 2018, the Ohio History Connection sued Moundbuilders Country Club, intending to buy back the lease on the Newark Earthworks property.
- NBC News
Former President Donald Trump declined Thursday to appeal a court order ending his lawsuit challenging the FBI’s seizure of documents from his Mar-a-Lago
A Christian minister testified that he was involved in decades-long efforts to influence the Supreme Court: 'We pushed the boundaries of Christian ethics'
"Justice Thomas commended me, saying something like, keep up what you're doing, it's making a difference," Robert Schenck said.
- The Olympian
Democrats will once again propose legislation to restrict semi-automatic assault weapons
- Fox News
The Central Texas Regional Mobility authority is taking responsibility for a glitch that wrongfully charged thousands of Texas drivers late fees.
Donald Trump's lawyer said a president should be shielded from lawsuits even if he was “seeking to destroy our constitutional system.”
- The New Voice of Ukraine
The administration of U.S. President Joe Biden is considering Ukraine's request for cluster munitions, CNN reported on Dec. 8.
Rev. Rob Schenck repeated under oath his allegation that Justice Alito leaked the outcome of his 2014 Hobby Lobby decision to a “stealth missionary.”
- The Hill
A group of seven hard-line conservative House Republicans who have withheld support from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s (R-Calif.) bid for Speaker laid out a list of demands for the House they expect from a Speaker. The letter does not specifically mention McCarthy, but comes as five other House Republicans have said or strongly indicated…
- Sacramento Bee
Tice’s brave service to country and journalism and his unfathomably long-ago disappearance should make his case a priority among priorities. | Opinion
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Regulators have approved a plan to demolish four dams on a California river and open up hundreds of miles of salmon habitat that would be the largest dam removal and river restoration project in the world when it goes forward. (Dec. 8)
Former Commanders president says he realized he was being surveilled by the team when a car was idling in front of his house
Bruce Allen said when he approached a car outside his home, a private investigator said he was following him and was hired by the Commanders.
- Charlotte Observer
It’s a relief that at least five justices seem likely to reject the worst version of the GOP’s theory. But a milder ruling could still be damaging. | Editorial
- Fox News
Seven more members of the House Freedom Caucus are threatening to oppose Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's ascension to speaker unless their demands are met.
- Business Insider
Meta employees can reportedly no longer discuss 'disruptive' topics like abortion, gun rights, and vaccines
Meta's head of people also said the company will no longer take a public stance on political issues unless the issue is "core" to Meta's business.
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For a full year, China has subjected Lithuania to unprecedented pressure for refusing to toe Beijing's line on issues like Taiwan. With U.S. help, Lithuania is resisting — and offering a model.
- Business Insider
A Republican congresswoman broke down in tears begging her colleagues to vote against a same-sex marriage bill
"I hope and pray that my colleagues will find the courage to join me in opposing this misguided and this dangerous bill," Hartzler said through tears.
- ABC News
Just before Thanksgiving, about 9 million people who applied for student debt relief from the federal government got an email from the Department of Education with a subject line indicating their application had been "approved," according to a copy of the email obtained by ABC News. The email explained as much in the email body, informing borrowers that "lawsuits are preventing the Department of Education from implementing its one-time student loan debt relief program." Acknowledging the misfire this week, the Department of Education told ABC News that borrowers will get an updated email soon that corrects the subject line and clarifies the state of the program.