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House Democrats pass police reform package involving changes to policing and public safety

House Democrats pass police reform package involving changes to policing and public safety


September 23, 2022    Staff

On Thursday, House Democrats passed a package of new police reform bills that would fund recruitment and training for police departments across the country, including new language for police accountability. Early in the day a procedural vote on

Boeing to pay $200 million to settle SEC charges over 737 Max

Boeing to pay $200 million to settle SEC charges over 737 Max


September 23, 2022    Staff

The Securities and Exchange Commission said Thursday that it charged the aircraft maker Boeing and former CEO Dennis Muilenburg with making significant misleading public statements about the plane and an automated flight-control system that was implicated in

New York Attorney General Letitia James files $250M lawsuit against Donald Trump and three of his children

New York Attorney General Letitia James files $250M lawsuit against Donald Trump and three of his children


September 22, 2022    Staff

New York Attorney General Letitia James has filed a lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, three of his children and the Trump Organization, alleging an illegal scheme that amassed $250 million by fraudulently overvaluing assets. The civil lawsuit,

President Biden condemns Putin’s invasion of Ukraine in a speech to the United Nations

President Biden condemns Putin’s invasion of Ukraine in a speech to the United Nations


September 22, 2022    Staff

President Biden condemned Russia’s ongoing war in Ukraine during his keynote address at the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday. During his remarks at U.N. headquarters in New York City as part of the General Debate, Biden said President Vladimir

Residents of Jackson, Mississippi file class action lawsuit over water crisis

Residents of Jackson, Mississippi file class action lawsuit over water crisis


September 21, 2022    Staff

Residents of Jackson, Mississippi, have filed a class action lawsuit against the city, its current and former mayors, city officials and engineering companies, alleging that years of neglect culminated in a recent water crisis for more than