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Task 1 in Trump Organization trial: picking a neutral jury

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump’s company went on trial Monday in a criminal tax case and the first task facing the court was a big one: picking a jury of New Yorkers who didn’t have a strong opinion about ...

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Thomas temporarily blocks Graham testimony in Georgia

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on Monday temporarily blocked Sen. Lindsey Graham’s testimony to a special grand jury investigating whether then-President Donald Trump and others illegally tried to influence the 2020 election in the state. Thomas’ order is intended to ...

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Judge rules for California baker over same-sex wedding cake

A California judge has ruled in favor of a bakery owner who refused to make wedding cakes for a same-sex couple because it violated her Christian beliefs. The state Department of Fair Housing and Employment had sued Tastries Bakery in ...

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Memorial will honor Buffalo supermarket shooting victims

The victims of a racist mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket will be honored with a permanent memorial in the neighborhood, elected and community leaders announced Friday. The shooting “is part of the Buffalo story forever going forward,” Gov. Kathy ...

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IRS raises contribution limits for retirement savings plans

Americans will be allowed to contribute more of their money to 401(k) and similar retirement saving plans next year. The IRS said Friday that the maximum contribution that an individual can make in 2023 to a 401(k), 403(b) and most ...

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MCBA launches first Leadership Academy

The Monroe County Bar Association has launched its inaugural Leadership Academy for 2023 to broaden the experience of newer attorneys in the Rochester community.

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Brittanee Drexel’s killer gets life in prison

A man was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after confessing to the 2009 killing of Brittanee Drexel, who was 17 when she disappeared while on a beach vacation in South Carolina. Raymond Moody led police to Drexel’s body in ...

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Man who accosted US Rep. Zeldin will be released to rehab

The man who accosted Republican gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin at a campaign event in Perinton will be released from jail into an alcohol treatment program, a federal judge ruled. U.S. Magistrate Judge Marian Payson agreed Wednesday to allow David Jakubonis ...

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