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03  juillet     10h10
U.S. Supreme Court asks Maryland to bar protests at justices’ homes
   WASHINGTON Reuters The U S Supreme Court s top security officer has asked Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to enforce laws barring picketing outside the Maryland homes of high court justices saying protests and threatening activity have increased Supreme Court Marshal Gail Curley made the
Ohio police officers shot fleeing Black man dozens of times, lawyer says
   Reuters Police killed Jayland Walker a Black man in Ohio by shooting him dozens of times as he ran from officers following a traffic stop a lawyer for his family said citing a review of police body worn camera footage due to be made public on Sunday In comments published on Saturday by the
02  juillet     20h44
Uvalde schools police chief resigns from City Council following shooting
   Reuters The head of the Uvalde Texas school police force quit his City Council seat amid criticism over his response to a mass shooting at an elementary school according to a resignation letter the city government released on Saturday Pete Arredondo was elected to Uvalde s City Council a few
03  juillet     00h21
New York bans guns in many public places after Supreme Court ruling
   NEW YORK Reuters New York state passed a law on Friday banning guns from many public places including Times Square and requiring gun license applicants to prove their shooting proficiency and submit their social media accounts for review by government officials The law passed in an emergency
02  juillet     19h12
Biden predicts states will try to arrest women who travel for abortions
   WASHINGTON Reuters President Joe Biden predicted on Friday that some U S states will try to arrest women for crossing state lines to get abortions after the Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to the procedures nationwide Thirteen Republican led states banned or severely
03  juillet     10h04
After Roe, high stakes for Michigan ballot measure to protect abortion rights
   ST CLAIR SHORES Mich Reuters The latest front in the U S war over abortion was waged last week during an idyllic summer evening on Michigan s lakeshore Outside a park where kids ate waffle cones and hundreds of people listened to a concert in the band shell volunteers collected signatures
02  juillet     00h33
Trump hires former 9th Circuit judge Kozinski for Twitter court fight
   Reuters A former California appeals court judge who retired in following allegations of sexual harassment is now representing former U S President Donald Trump in his legal battle with Twitter Ex th Circuit Appeals Court Judge Alex Kozinski on Friday filed to appear in Trump s appeal of a
R. Kelly sues Brooklyn jail for putting him on suicide watch
   NEW YORK Reuters R Kelly on Friday sued the Brooklyn jail that has housed him since his racketeering and sex crimes conviction saying it wrongly put him on suicide watch after he received a year prison sentence despite knowing he was not suicidal In a complaint filed in Brooklyn federal
01  juillet     17h26
As business booms for people smugglers using trucks in Texas, risks grow
   WASHINGTON MONTERREY Reuters Months before dozens of migrants died inside a sweltering tractor trailer this week that had slipped through a Border Patrol checkpoint on a Texas highway another truck driver was making the same journey carrying migrants Roderick DeWayne Chisley was stopped on
02  juillet     02h03
Factbox-What’s in New York’s new gun laws after Supreme Court ruling?
   Reuters New York lawmakers revamped the state s gun laws after a landmark U S Supreme Court decision established an individual right to carry handguns in public for self defense The court ruled New York s restrictive gun license system was unconstitutional as were similar regimes in California
Texas, Ohio top courts allow abortion bans to take effect
   Reuters The top courts in Texas and Ohio on Friday allowed the Republican led states to enforce restrictions and bans on abortions after the U S Supreme Court last week overturned the nationwide constitutional right to abortion The Texas Supreme Court late on Friday allowed a nearly century old
Four takeaways from the sixth day of Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot hearings
   Corrects paragraph to attribute testimony about Trump throwing a plate to Cassidy Hutchinson not Kayleigh McEnaney WASHINGTON Reuters The sixth day of congressional hearings into the Jan attack on the U S Capitol featured Cassidy Hutchinson a top aide to then President Donald
Trump wanted to join Capitol riot, tried to grab limo steering wheel -aide
   Corrects paragraph to attribute testimony about Trump throwing a plate to Cassidy Hutchinson not Kayleigh McEnaney WASHINGTON Reuters Donald Trump tried to grab the steering wheel of his presidential limousine on Jan when his security detail declined to take him to the U S Capitol
New York artist turns Brooklyn home into showcase for urban dioramas
   NEW YORK Reuters A self taught New York artist took advantage of the pandemic to create a diverse array of dioramas that depict urban Brooklyn scenes in addition to a host of other more rural settings Aaron Winston Kinard has worked for decades for Barnard College in Manhattan Around four
What charges might Trump face for trying to overturn 2020 election?
   Corrects paragraph to attribute testimony about Trump throwing a plate to Cassidy Hutchinson not Kayleigh McEnaney corrects name of judge in paragraph two to David Carter not Andrew Carter NEW YORK Reuters A U S congressional committee probing the Jan assault on the U S
Jan. 6 committee may make criminal referral on witness tampering -Cheney
   WASHINGTON Reuters The congressional panel investigating the Jan U S Capitol attack may make a criminal referral to the Justice Department recommending that anybody who tried to influence testimony be prosecuted Representative Liz Cheney said in an interview broadcast on Thursday The
Australians rally against U.S. overturning of key abortion ruling
   Attention to offensive language in paragraph MELBOURNE SYDNEY Reuters Thousands of Australians joined raucous protests across the country on Saturday against the U S Supreme Court s overturning of women s constitutional right to abortion The Supreme Court last week overturned the landmark
Jerry Hall files for divorce from Rupert Murdoch, asks for spousal support
   Reuters Jerry Hall filed for divorce from billionaire husband Rupert Murdoch on Friday citing irreconcilable differences six years after the pair married The year old model sought unspecified spousal support and attorneys fees from year old media mogul Murdoch in a California court
Tropical storm Bonnie makes landfall near the Nicaragua-Costa Rica border
   Reuters Tropical storm Bonnie made landfall near the Nicaragua Costa Rica border on Friday evening the U S National Hurricane Center NHC said Heavy rainfall is expected across Nicaragua and Costa Ricathrough Saturday along with life threatening flash flooding and mudslides the center added
U.S. West Coast port labor contract expires, raising stakes for talks
   LOS ANGELES Reuters The union and employers negotiating a new labor contract for more than U S West Coast port workers said high stakes talks that are being closely watched by industry and the White House would continue after the agreement expired late on Friday The agreement covers
01  juillet     23h26
Trump’s media group receives subpoenas related to Digital World probe -filing
   Reuters Blank check firm Digital World Acquisition Corp said on Friday former U S President Donald Trump s social media firm was served with two separate subpoenas over its merger plans The development comes days after Digital World said each of its board of directors received subpoenas from
Google to delete location history of visits to abortion clinics
   Reuters Alphabet Inc s Google will delete location data showing when users visit an abortion clinic the online search giant said on Friday following concern that a digital trail could inform law enforcement if an individual terminates a pregnancy illegally As state laws limiting abortions set
Biles, Rapinoe among Presidential Medal of Freedom recipients
   Note Language offensive language in para adds quotes details throughout NEW YORK Reuters Four times gymnastics Olympic gold medallist Simone Biles and twice soccer World Cup winner Megan Rapinoe are among people set to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom the highest United
Millions hit the road, skies, for U.S. Fourth of July holiday
   NEW YORK Reuters The number of people traveling by car and airplane for the Fourth of July holiday is expected to climb near pre pandemic levels a test for U S airlines that have struggled with inadequate staffing and flight cancellations this summer The easing of COVID restrictions and
Green investors to step up pressure on U.S. utilities after court ruling
   BOSTON Reuters Activist investment leaders who have urged U S companies to cut carbon emissions said on Friday they expect more such efforts following a milestone U S Supreme Court ruling on Thursday that diminished the power of federal environmental regulators By constraining the U S
Major U.S. airlines to allow gender-neutral option on ticket reservations
   Reuters Major U S airlines have agreed to update computer systems by the end of to allow travelers to purchase tickets with an X gender marker an airline trade group confirmed on Friday U S Senator Ron Wyden in a letter to Airlines for America Chief Executive Nick Calio that was seen
Manchin, Sinema dash Biden hopes for filibuster change on abortion rights
   MADRID WASHINGTON Reuters President Joe Biden on Thursday proposed that U S senators remove a legislative roadblock to restoring abortion rights that were taken away by the Supreme Court last week a suggestion that was shot down by aides to key Democratic lawmakers Biden s proposal to
Explainer-How the conservative Supreme Court is reshaping U.S. law
   WASHINGTON Reuters The U S Supreme Court s most consequential term in decades with blockbuster rulings on abortion guns religion and climate change policy illustrated how its expanded conservative majority is willing to boldly use its power with far reaching impacts on American society
Analysis-After abortion, conservative U.S. justices take aim at other precedents
   WASHINGTON Reuters The U S Supreme Court s conservative majority has shown in its blockbuster abortion ruling and other high profile decisions in recent days that it is fearless when it comes to overturning and even ignoring historic precedents And the conservative justices with a
U.S. basketball star Griner goes on trial in Russia on drug charges
   KHIMKI Russia Reuters U S basketball star Brittney Griner went on trial in a court on the outskirts of Moscow on Friday to hear drug charges that could see her serve up to years in a Russian jail Griner was formally told at this first hearing that she was charged with intentionally