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U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced $10 million in new aid for food security in Pakistan as record flooding continues to affect tens of millions of Pakistanis. (Sept. 26)
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A defamation suit against Fox Corp., Fox News Network and the former Fox Business host can proceed to trial.
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FedEx pilots protest a lack of a new pilot contract with the peak shipping season is just weeks away.
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A federal appeals court in New York on Tuesday handed former President Trump a partial victory in a defamation lawsuit brought by a woman who accused Trump of raping her in the 1990s, with the court ruling that presidents are covered by a federal law that gives broad legal immunity to government employees. A divided…
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(Bloomberg) -- For a decade, China’s tech giants like Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Tencent Holdings Ltd. were a major driver of its economy, drawing the lion’s share of top talent to work in their ecosystems that controlled everything from messaging to payments. Their boom years have come to an abrupt halt, with a regulatory crackdown, an economic slowdown and recurring Covid lockdowns now forcing them to cut thousands of jobs. The hiring momentum has shifted to a slew of burgeoning industries
- The State
The ruling by Judge Dan Hall is seen as a setback to convenience store magnate Greg Parker, whose lawyer said having Parker as a joint defendant with Alex Murdaugh will prejudice a jury against the businessman.
- The Advocate
For years, Jennifer Eller suffered from degrading insults within the school system where she taught because of her gender identity.
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Google's head of public policy for India has resigned just five months after taking the job, two sources told Reuters, at a potentially critical time for the U.S. tech giant as it awaits the outcome of at least two antitrust cases in the country. The reasons for Archana Gulati's resignation were not immediately clear. Gulati, who previously worked at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's federal think-tank, declined to comment.