Delaware Lowers Bar for New Attorneys

The passing score on the exam has been lowered from 145 to 143, while the number of essays required has been reduced from eight to four, with a corresponding decrease in the number of essay topics from 14 to 10.

U.S. Credit Card Debt Hits Historic High

US credit card debt inched close to a trillion dollars in the fourth quarter of 2022, the New York Federal Reserve Bank said in its quarterly report on household debt, released on Thursday.

Vitamin D May Lower Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

A study published this week found that regular vitamin D supplementation may lower the risk of Type 2 diabetes among millions of adults who have prediabetes.

British Police Hiring Illiterate Officers, Some With Criminal Backgrounds, in Hopes of Meeting Diversity Quotas

In hopes of satisfying diversity recruitment quotas, London's Metropolitan Police prioritized immutable characteristics prized by DEI consultants over candidates' relevant skills.

California Border Protection Won’t Increase the Height of a Portion of Border Wall Amid Immigration, Drug, Illegal Firearms Crisis

Plans now include lowering one section from the originally proposed 30 feet to 18 feet.

‘Absolutely Insane’: Connecticut Law Would Axe Fitness Requirements for Female Firefighters

Connecticut Democrats are working to lower the physical fitness requirements for female firefighters, saying that less onerous standards will make fire departments "more diverse."

Non-U.S. Citizens Can Police Americans in California

The previous requirement that these officers be U.S. citizens or permanent residents has been scrapped.

Majority of Republicans Value Politicians’ Loyalty to Trump

65% of Republicans believe it is important for the GOP to demonstrate loyalty to Trump, 80% prefer candidates with similar policies, and two-thirds want them to share Trump's views on the 2020 election, while a majority of Republicans also prioritize investigating President Biden.

Military Can’t Meet Recruiting Goals Even After Lowering Standards

Despite lowering standards, the US military struggles to meet recruitment goals, with the Army experiencing a significant drop and the other branches barely meeting their goals for the fiscal year ending September 30, according to data from the Department of Defense.

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