Defendants in Ahmaud Arbery Case Setenced to Life in Prison

Defendants in Ahmaud Arbery Case Setenced to Life in Prison

The two main defendants accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery in 2020 have been sentenced to life in prison. Their co-defendant will be sentenced later this week. The two men, father and son Gregory and Travis McMichael, are accused of having chased down and murdered Arbery in a 2020 attack that …

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Penguin Random House Faces Off Against Federal Antitrust Suit

Penguin Random House Faces Off Against Federal Antitrust Suit

Publishing giant Penguin Random House is now defending itself against federal monopoly claims. The massive publisher wants to absorb rival company Simon & Shuster, but the federal government says this will give Penguin far too much power in the physical publishing world. The case, which started on August 1, will …

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Supreme Court Rules Against Biden Administration in Immigration Case

Supreme Court Rules Against Biden Administration in Immigration Case

The Supreme Court has ruled against the Biden Administration in a landmark immigration case, the latest in a long series of setbacks the conservative-controlled court has dealt the Democratic president. Oddly, conservative justice Amy Coney Barrett sided with the court’s three liberal justices, Elena Kagan, Sonya Sotomayor, and newcomer Ketanji …

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Elon Musk and Twitter Prepare for Lengthy Court Battle

Elon Musk and Twitter Prepare for Lengthy Court Battle

Elon Musk has pulled back from his agreement to purchase Twitter at $54 per share, a $44 billion deal that he seemingly soured on after the ink dried. Musk, the current CEO of Tesla, sent Twitter’s stock plummeting 6% at the start of the week after he revealed Friday that …

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Controversial Attorney Michael Avenatti to Plead Guilty 

Controversial Attorney Michael Avenatti to Plead Guilty 

Attorney Michael Avenatti, a controversial public figure who repeatedly clashed with former President Donald Trump, plans to plead guilty to stealing millions from his clients. Avenatti struck a nerve on social media during the Trump presidency as a firebrand agitator, constantly picking up verbal fights with Trump and his political …

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Supreme Court Won’t Hear Mark McCloskey Case

Supreme Court Won’t Hear Mark McCloskey Case

Missouri lawyers Mark and Patricia McCloskey made headlines in June of 2020 when they appeared outside their St. Louis home during a Black Lives Matter protest. The married couple both carried weapons and were photographed addressing the protest members, sparking swift backlash online. The pair both received disciplinary action from …

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Russian Soldier in First War Crimes Trial Faces Life in Prison

Russian Soldier in First War Crimes Trial Faces Life in Prison

A Russian soldier was found guilty of war crimes in the first trial of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. A 21-year-old tank commander, Vadim Shishimarin, pleaded guilty to claiming the life of Oleksandr Shelipov in Chupakhivka on February 28. This crime took place only four days after the Russian invasion …

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