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Trump asks judge in Georgia election case to dismiss 2 more counts against him

Trump asks judge in Georgia election case to dismiss 2 more counts against him

Curtis Means-Pool/Getty Images(ATLANTA) — Former President Donald Trump, in a court filing Wednesday, asked the judge overseeing his Georgia election interference case to dismiss two more counts against him.Trump’s filing urges the judge to dismiss counts 15 and 27 of the indictment, which charge him with conspiracy to commit filing of false documents as well…read more »

Jewish student protesters celebrate Passover Seder in encampments

Jewish student protesters celebrate Passover Seder in encampments

Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — As pro-Palestinian protesters gather in solidarity and their tents, sleeping bags and banners dot the greenspace on campuses across the U.S., many students — Jewish and non-Jewish alike — could be seen at makeshift tables this week over a Seder dinner to honor the Passover holiday.The start of this…read more »

New search underway tied to Gilgo Beach murder investigation: Sources

New search underway tied to Gilgo Beach murder investigation: Sources

mphotoi/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Investigators are searching a wooded area in Manorville, New York, as part of the Gilgo Beach murders investigation, law enforcement sources told ABC News.The search began Tuesday and continues Wednesday, the sources said.The Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office declined to comment on the specific nature of the search.”The Suffolk County Police…read more »

NASA’s Voyager 1 sending readable data back to Earth for 1st time in 5 months

NASA’s Voyager 1 sending readable data back to Earth for 1st time in 5 months

NASA Voyager 1 concept depiction. Via NASA(NEW YORK) — After more than five months without contact, NASA has finally reconnected with Voyager 1, the farthest spacecraft from Earth.NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) said Voyager 1 had not been sending readable data back to Earth since Nov. 14, 2023, despite the spacecraft still receiving mission controller…read more »

Former college and NFL star Reggie Bush’s 2005 Heisman Trophy reinstated

Former college and NFL star Reggie Bush’s 2005 Heisman Trophy reinstated

Michael Cohen/WireImage/Via Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Former standout college football player and NFL running back Reggie Bush will have his 2005 Heisman Trophy reinstated, according to Bush’s attorneys and a statement posted on the Heisman website Wednesday.Bush posted a photo on Instagram with the trophy captioned, “No one can take from you what God has…read more »

Arizona patients, doctors describe chaos, confusion over 1864 abortion ban

Arizona patients, doctors describe chaos, confusion over 1864 abortion ban

ABC News(PHOENIX) — Chaos and confusion have ensued after the Arizona Supreme Court issued a ruling April 9 that a near-total abortion ban from 1864 could go into effect, despite it predating Arizona becoming a state.The ban prohibits all abortions, with the only exception being to save the life of the mother. After lawmakers had…read more »

Student protesters begin dismantling some tents as negotiations with Columbia University progress

Student protesters begin dismantling some tents as negotiations with Columbia University progress

A man walks past Israeli and US flags alongside portraits of Israelis taken hostage by the militant Palestinian group Hamas in front of the pro-Palestinian encampment at Columbia University in New York on April 23, 2024. (CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/AFP via Getty Images)(NEW YORK) — Columbia University has said they are making “important progress” with representatives of…read more »

Amid Boeing safety probe, clock ticks on effort to disclose details of 2021 DOJ deal over 737 Max crashes

Amid Boeing safety probe, clock ticks on effort to disclose details of 2021 DOJ deal over 737 Max crashes

Photo. Keith Draycott/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — An influential, deep-pocketed suspect under criminal investigation.Secret negotiations with federal prosecutors to hammer out a deal.A lack of consultation with victims of the crime.Those are circumstances attorney Paul Cassell says motivate him into action.A former federal judge who teaches law at the University of Utah, Cassell is hardly a…read more »