- Wikileaks fallout switches to Russia.
- Senate Republicans vow to block Democratic legislation.
- The 2018 and 2022 World Cup sites will be determined today.
- Federal Reserve releases information on 21,000 recipients of $3.3 trillion in crisis aid.
- Wikileaks cables show Canada's inferiority complex.
- Texas judge could rule today that the state's death penalty is unconstitutional.
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The officer turned his body camera off, but the incident was still recorded.
"I refuse to construct some kind of character who is going to appease everybody."
New York City, Which Defended Its Onerous Gun Transport Restrictions As Necessary for Public Safety, Concedes They Weren't
Several justices seem skeptical of the claim that revising the rules after SCOTUS agreed to consider a challenge to them made the case moot.
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