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Athletes sue Ivy League over its no-scholarship policy

A pair of basketball players from Brown allege in a federal lawsuit that the Ivy League’s policy of not offering athletic scholarships amounts to a price-fixing agreement that denies athletes proper financial aid and payment for their services. The lawsuit ...

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Insurance ‘inflection point’ affects coverage, premiums and more

The commercial insurance industry is at “an inflection point,” according to McKinsey’s Global Insurance Report 2023. From supply chain and labor issues to economic and social inflation, a myriad of challenges impacts coverage, premiums, deductibles, and other areas critically important ...

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US judge strikes down Missouri gun law as unconstitutional

A Missouri law banning local police form enforcing federal gun laws is unconstitutional and void, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. U.S. District Judge Brian Wimes ruled the 2021 law is preempted by the federal government under the U.S. Constitution’s supremacy ...

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Street near Miami named for Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson came home to South Florida on Monday to celebrate the renaming of a street in her honor in the community where she grew up. “I hope that this street naming will also serve ...

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Feds: Woman funded lavish lifestyle with stolen COVID funds

A Florida woman — who authorities say chartered a private jet to fly her cross-country with some of the more than $1 million in federal coronavirus relief funds that she fraudulently obtained by using stolen identities — pleaded guilty Monday, ...

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