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Supreme Court Hosts Brief Ceremony for Justice Jackson

Supreme Court Hosts Brief Ceremony for Justice Jackson

President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and their spouses were in attendance at the invitation-only ceremonial induction for Jackson, the first Black woman on the Supreme Court.

September 30th, 3:08 PM EDT
Jury Selected in U.S. Capitol Riot Trial of Oath Keepers Militia

Jury Selected in U.S. Capitol Riot Trial of Oath Keepers Militia

A jury was selected Thursday in the seditious conspiracy case against the founder of the Oath Keepers extremist group and four associates in the highest profile prosecution stemming from the Capitol riot to reach a trial.

September 30th, 11:18 AM EDT
NY Becomes 2nd State to Mandate Zero-Emission Vehicles by 2035

NY Becomes 2nd State to Mandate Zero-Emission Vehicles by 2035

New York is moving forward on its goal of requiring all new cars and trucks sold in the state to be zero-emission by 2035

September 30th, 11:06 AM EDT
Victim Hae Min Lee's Family to Appeal Adan Syed’s Release in ‘Serial’ Case

Victim Hae Min Lee's Family to Appeal Adan Syed’s Release in ‘Serial’ Case

The family of a young woman who was killed in 1999 will appeal a Baltimore judge’s recent decision to overturn the conviction of Adnan Syed, the man imprisoned for decades for Hae Min Lee’s death.

September 29th, 4:29 PM EDT
Virginia Thomas, Wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, Appears for Interview with Jan. 6 Panel

Virginia Thomas, Wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, Appears for Interview with Jan. 6 Panel

Conservative activist Virginia “Ginni” Thomas appeared on Thursday for a voluntary interview with the House panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection.

September 29th, 11:57 AM EDT
Teen Killed, Multiple Injured After High School Football Ambush in Philadelphia

Teen Killed, Multiple Injured After High School Football Ambush in Philadelphia

The motive for the shooting is not known.

September 28th, 1:19 PM EDT
Fed officials call for more rate hikes to fight inflation

Fed officials call for more rate hikes to fight inflation

Susan Collins, the new president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, said says that a higher unemployment rate will be needed to bring down inflation from unusually high levels, but suggested any economic downturn would likely be modest.

September 26th, 6:19 PM EDT
Florida Gov. DeSantis NYC Visit Draws Protests

Florida Gov. DeSantis NYC Visit Draws Protests

Activists protested yesterday in New York, where the Florida Governor was to appear at a Jewish Leadership conference. Gay rights advocates had tried to get the event canceled. LGBTQ groups, still raw over the “Don’t Say Gay” law, vowed

September 26th, 5:04 PM EDT
Injuries Reported After Train Derailment in Pennsylvania

Injuries Reported After Train Derailment in Pennsylvania

Across the US, trains derail more often than you might think. The majority of them, though, cause only cargo damage. However, several injuries were reported after a train derailed Thursday in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. According to an official, a con

September 26th, 5:03 PM EDT
Church Service Held for Buffalo Shooting Victims

Church Service Held for Buffalo Shooting Victims

A church service was held on Thursday evening in Buffalo, New York to honor victims of the recent deadly supermarket shooting. The event was called "Prayer for Buffalo: Healing the East Side." It was held in the aftermath of a racially-motivated mass shoo

September 26th, 5:03 PM EDT
Buffalo Bills Team Pays Respects at Shooting Site

Buffalo Bills Team Pays Respects at Shooting Site

Members of the Buffalo Bills football team arrived at the scene of the deadly Tops supermarket shooting. The players were there to their respects to the victims. Bills players arrived on three tour buses. They were seen marching 2 blocks to the site of th

September 26th, 5:03 PM EDT
In NYC, Ads for Jobs Will Have To Say What They Pay

In NYC, Ads for Jobs Will Have To Say What They Pay

Just four months ago, city lawmakers overwhelmingly voted to require many ads for jobs in the nation’s most populous city to include salary ranges, in the name of giving job applicants — particularly women and people of color — a better

September 26th, 5:03 PM EDT
At least 2 dead and several hurt at Pittsburgh party shooting

At least 2 dead and several hurt at Pittsburgh party shooting

Authorities say two minors are dead and at least nine others wounded in an early morning shooting at a Pittsburgh house party. Pittsburgh police said in a release that the shooting happened Sunday around 12:30 a.m. at a short-term rental property with mor

September 26th, 5:02 PM EDT
Cargo Ship has Been Stuck in the Chesapeake for More Than a Month

Cargo Ship has Been Stuck in the Chesapeake for More Than a Month

PASADENA, Md. - The Ever Forward cargo ship is still stuck in Chesapeake Bay south of Baltimore and east of Washington, D.C. Workers are removing cargo containers from the Ever Forward. It ran aground in Chesapeake Bay, last month, and smaller ships aroun

September 26th, 5:00 PM EDT
3 Wounded in Shooting at Amusement Park Near Pittsburgh

3 Wounded in Shooting at Amusement Park Near Pittsburgh

Police responded late Saturday to gunfire at an amusement park southeast of Pittsburgh, which was kicking off a Halloween-themed festival.

September 26th, 1:29 PM EDT

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