Evictions: Judge says CDC doesn't have authority to issue a moratorium. It's unclear what happens next
China Halts Australia Economic Dialogue in Latest Retaliation
China announced that it was suspending a regular economic dialogue with Australia, in a largely symbolic move intended to signal Beijing’s growing frustration with Canberra.
U.S. Justice Department worried about Arizona vote recount
The DOJ wants to guarantee that federal law is followed.
Nebraska man arrested in 1983 cold case killing of Iranian exchange student
Bud Christensen, 67, sliced and stabbed Firozeh Dehghanpour to death almost 40 years ago, police said.
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India says 'double mutant' linked to Covid surge
The variant has been found in samples across at least eight states.
Federal Judge Strikes Down Moratorium on Evicting Renters
A federal judge on Wednesday struck down the nationwide moratorium on evictions imposed by the Trump administration last year and extended by President Biden until June 30, a ruling that could affect tenants struggling to pay rent during the pandemic....
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Judge strikes down CDC's authority to uphold federal eviction freeze
A D.C. district judge ruled Wednesday that the CDC does not have the authority to uphold a federal eviction moratorium. The DOJ is appealing the ruling.
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Hong Kong's Joshua Wong handed extra jail time for Tiananmen vigil
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Arizona Democrats, GOP settle over 2020 ballot review, but audit will continue
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