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Waukesha Christmas Parade Killer Files to Appeal His Conviction
Michigan Supreme Court Temporarily Suspends Trial of School Shooter's Parents
North Dakota Asks Court to Lift Injunction Blocking Abortion Ban
Suspect Arrested After 'Executions' of Four Chinese Nationals at Marijuana Farm in Oklahoma
Darrell Brooks Sentenced to More than 700 Years in Prison for Waukesha Christmas Parade Attack
Yale Law School Withdraws from U.S. News Rankings, Criticizes Methodology
Recreational Marijuana Initiatives Rejected by Three States, Passed by Two
Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz Formally Sentenced to 34 Counts of Life in Prison
Department of Homeland Security Says Paul Pelosi's Attacker Was in the US Illegally
Senator Grassley Asks AG to Clarify Why FBI Agents Who Lied About Nassar Investigation Were Not Charged
Parkland Prosecutors Ask to Investigate Juror's Claim That She Was Threatened by Another Juror
Jury Recommends Parkland School Shooter Be Sentenced to Life in Prison
Waukesha Christmas Parade Trial Enters Eighth Day
Indiana Appeals Court Order Prevents the Enforcement of Abortion Restriction
Congressman Scott Perry Sues to Prevent the Justice Department from Accessing His Cellphone Records
Russian Court Finds WNBA Player Brittney Griner Guilty
Kentucky Enacts Curfew in Certain Areas to Prevent Looting Amid Flood Recovery
North Carolina Opens Voter Registration for Felons
Italian President Rejects Premier's Offer to Resign
North Carolina Governor Vetoes Bill That Required Sheriffs to Work With ICE
New York State Supreme Court Deems COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Provisions Unconstitutional
California Will Send Abortion Amendment to Voters