Judge to Release Footage of Hammer Attack on Nancy Pelosi’s Husband

The footage, along with the 911 call made after the assault, could be released to the public as early as Thursday.

Obama-Appointed Judge Rules Former Whole Foods Employees Who Wore BLM Mask Violating Store Policy Were Not Discriminated Against

“Here, the Court finds that no reasonable jury could conclude by a preponderance of the evidence that Whole Foods’ reasons for Plaintiffs’ terminations were pretextual and motivated by discriminatory animus," the judge said.

Florida Denies AP African American Studies Course, Cites Lack of ‘Educational Value and Historical Accuracy’

"The course is a vehicle for a political agenda," said DeSantis' press secretary.

Boston Medical Center Denies HIV-Positive Patient Life-Saving Care Over Face Mask Dispute

While most of the country has moved on from the Covid histrionics of the past three years, some states and medical wards still refuse to live with the virus — and patients in need of life-saving treatments are paying the price.

Russia Claims 600 Ukrainian Troops Killed in Single Rocket Strike—Ukraine Denies

Ukraine denies Russia's armed forces killed over 600 Ukrainian servicemen in Kramatorsk.

Judge Denies Kari Lake’s Motion To Transfer Appeal to High Court

Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Peter Thompson ruled against Kari Lake's request to transfer her election case to the Arizona Supreme Court.

Israel’s Netanyahu Sworn In as Prime Minister

Benjamin Netanyahu becomes Prime Minister of Israel's most right-wing and religiously conservative government, pledging settlement expansion, subsidies for ultra-Orthodox allies, and judicial reform.

Arizona Judge Denies Katie Hobbs’ Request to Sanction Gubernatorial Opponent Kari Lake

Judge denies request to sanction Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake over lawsuit challenging election defeat, requires Lake to reimburse Katie Hobbs for certain costs incurred during proceedings.

Judge Declares California’s ‘Fee-Shifting’ Gun Control Law Unconstitutional

U.S. District Court Judge Roger Benitez of the Southern District of California struck down a "fee-shifting" scheme mirroring a Texas heartbeat law.

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