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Lego releases 9,000-piece Colosseum building set, its ‘largest to date’
Set will dethrone the Millennium Falcon as the largest ever released by Lego.
In major breakthrough, scientists announce detection of elusive solar particles produced by fusion
Theory was first postulated in 1930s
Kentucky governor asks appeals court to allow him to close religious schools throughout the state
Ruling earlier this week said schools are protected by First Amendment.
Los Angeles County re-imposes lockdown, bans nearly all ‘public and private gatherings’
Playgrounds are also closed.
Pennsylvania judge says plaintiffs have 'viable claim' that state mail-in ballot rule was illegal
Lawsuit has argued that the Pennsylvania legislature's rule change was unconstitutional.
Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh dies after sustaining injuries in house fire
"A tremendous visionary and an incredible human being."
United begins flying Pfizer’s COVID vaccine for rapid distribution: Report
Vaccine is on the cusp of approval
Justice Department announces major arrest of hundreds of transnational criminals in Central America
Arrests consisted largely of MS-13, 18th Street gangs
Carter Page files $75 million suit agains DoJ, Comey, FBI over 'unlawful surveillance'
Suit alleges "multiple violations of [Page's] Constitutional and other legal rights."
State lawmakers seek to decertify Pennsylvania election results, citing 'substantial irregularities'
Legislators cites extensive regularities, including 'heavily Democrat counties permitted mail-in voters to cure ballot defects while heavily Republican counties followed the law and invalidated defective ballots.'
Chechnya leader bans 'fantasy' American superheroes from children's playgrounds
Kadyrov encountered Superman, Captain America, and others painted on the walls of a children's center in Kurchaloy.
The hefty price tag for errant government spending: $2.3 trillion since 2004
Watchdogs like GAO and Open the Books warn that the government's record of spending mistakes is only getting worse.
'Sooner the better.' Trump plans to take election case to Supreme Court, adviser says
Steve Cortes says Trump will be traveling to contested states in the coming days and weeks
Congressman warns: Biden oil industry transition could soon halt new plants, hike energy costs
Biden’s plan “doesn't get the fact that cheap and abundant natural gas is good for families because they pay less in power and utility bills.” - Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-Pa.)
New federal rule to allow other methods of execution besides lethal injection
"As lethal injection drugs become difficult to obtain, some states have begun looking at alternative methods for carrying out death sentences."
Johns Hopkins published then deleted an article questioning the U.S. coronavirus death rate
The university stands by the study but said the article was leading to the spread of 'misinformation'
Appeals court rejects Trump campaign’s Pennsylvania lawsuit, setting up Supreme Court next
The president's campaign will continue pushing their legal fight toward the Supreme Court
Iran's top nuclear scientist killed in apparent assassination
The Iranian foreign minister is blaming Israel
Majority of voters believe ballot harvesting should be against the law
The practice is illegal in some states, legal in others.
New affidavit notes 'historically strange' surge in incomplete Nevada voter registrations
A data scientist testifies that thousands of Nevadans listed casinos and temporary RV parks as their 'homes'