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Legal experts said a possible focus of the investigation could be insider sales by several bank executives in the weeks before the bank’s failure. more
President Joe Biden has signed an executive order aiming to increase the number of background checks to buy guns more
A Rhode Island woman who pretended to be a sick Marine veteran to collect about $300,000 in benefits, charitable contributions, and donations has been sentenced in a federal court to nearly six … more
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The Webb Space Telescope has captured the rare and fleeting phase of... more
Part of a roof at a shopping mall in Duluth, Minnesota, collapsed as workers were removing several inches of snow. more
The North Carolina Supreme Court is hearing arguments again in a redistricting case it ruled on only three months ago. more
A Las Vegas man with ties to a far-right extremist group has been sentenced to federal prison for sexually abusing a young girl. more
WATSONVILLE, Calif. >> The latest powerful atmospheric river to drench California has put nearly 27,000 people under evacuation orders as of Tuesday due to flooding and landslide risks. On the … more
The F.D.I.C. and other entities will protect most people’s bank and brokerage balances. But it’s as good a time as any for consumers to create other backstops. The post Is my money safe? … more
Former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis are emerging as leading rivals for the Republican presidential nomination, but when it comes to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, they … more
A Princeton University student was arrested Tuesday on charges that he joined other rioters in pushing against police officers guarding an entrance to the U.S. Capitol during a mob’s attack. more
Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. isn't ruling out a potential 2024 Senate run against Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin.        more
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The Silicon Valley Bank collapse continues to reverberate throughout Massachusetts as lawmakers demand accountability. The post ‘Not out of the woods yet’: Mass. still grappling with effects … more
The University of New Mexico officially ended its COVID-19 vaccine mandate, the university recently announced. UNM President Garnett Stokes previously had announced she was "seriously … more
(CNN) — Ohio has filed a federal lawsuit against Norfolk Southern over last month’s toxic chemical derailment in East Palestine, Attorney General Dave Yost announced Tuesday. Yost... more
The Justice Department and Securities and Exchange Commission are probing the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, according to two people familiar with the situation. more
The cremated remains are of people who died between 2013 and 2021. more
The cremated remains are of people who died between 2013 and 2021. more
The law, which takes effect Jan. 1, grants employees of businesses of any size one hour of paid leave for every 40 hours worked up to a maximum of 40 total paid hours per year. more
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