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Film footage released by the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office shows rehearsals, text messages and videos of interviews with witnesses in New Mexico.
The Office of Foreign Assets Control said the $6.1 million settlement involved nearly 3,000 transactions for shipments made by Toll or its affiliates through sanctioned regimes, including Iran.
An appeals court ordered consideration of fresh evidence in the death of Ms. Lucio’s 2-year-old daughter, Mariah.
A New York state judge fined the former president $10,000 a day for failing to provide documents in a civil-fraud investigation led by state Attorney General Letitia James.
Justices weigh whether the coach’s public praying ritual put pressure on players to join him, in a case that could reset the boundary between church and state on campus.
Businessman Osman Kavala, one of the country’s most famous political prisoners, was convicted of attempting to overthrow the government in a trial that has come to symbolize the erosion of the rule of law.
Cyberattacks on three European wind-energy companies since the start of the war in Ukraine have raised alarm that hackers sympathetic to Russia are trying to cause mayhem in a sector set to benefit from efforts to lessen reliance on Russian oil and gas.
Crypto exchanges and companies are poaching attorneys to help them navigate an evolving regulatory landscape and to cut down legal costs.
If successful, the case could help reset the line between church and state.
Four people were wounded in what police believe was random shooting.
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riot claimed that former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows had been warned about potential violence on that day.
A restructuring officer for conspiracy site Infowars said Friday that representatives for its founder Alex Jones worried the radio-host would damage his brand and his ability to sell merchandise if he also joined his media assets in filing for bankruptcy.
Asset manager granted permission to borrow emergency loan, but judge questioned debtor’s ownership of two subsidiaries that hold most of its assets.
Officials cite leveling of Covid-19 cases, fewer hospitalizations as basis for repealing newly reinstated rule.
In testimony in a suit trying to remove her from the ballot, the GOP congresswoman says she never encouraged violence.
French prosecutors have zeroed in on about $16 million in payments from Renault to an Omani dealership, money they suspect ended up in companies controlled by the former auto executive and his family.
A hacker stole $182 million over the weekend, the fifth largest hack on record.
Board of Health voted to rescind the indoor mask mandate just days after Philadelphia became the first major U.S. city to reimpose such a requirement.
A bankruptcy process designed to save mom-and-pop businesses is being used by the far-right radio host and at least a few other alleged wrongdoers to resolve lawsuits and investigations.