While the New York Attorney General's massive lawsuit against Donald Trump, his children and companies is a civil suit, it marks a beginning and an acceleration of legal actions against him.
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Still recovering from the 2017 disaster of Hurricane Maria, which killed 3000 Americans in Puerto Rico, the islands have been blacked again out by much smaller Hurricane Fiona. Two professors explain the issues.
Our government institutions are the glue that actually holds our society together and keep things rolling. What happens when that glue stops sticking?
The Sacklers became the public face of the opioid crisis despite not being the only players. They were the first to hypermarket opioids and then led the pack in blaming consumers for becoming addicted.
We need more action on legislation that would ban Congressional stock trading. And fewer members of Congress in violation of the rules already on the books.
Military contractors and arms manufacturers and other weapons industry players cash in as Congress adds billions to the Pentagon budget each year.
A year after COVID-19 had first ripped through the United States, Republican lawmakers in Montana passed the nation’s most extreme anti-vaccination law. Not even nurses in a cancer ward could be required to get the shots.
In what may be the first use of the 14th Amendment's Section 3 disqualification clause, Otero County New Mexico County Commissioner and Cowboys for Trump founder Couy Griffin was removed from office.