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Clashes among New York Democrats after redistricting redo

Two of New York’s longest-serving members of Congress have turned from allies to rivals after a court redrew the state’s congressional maps, scrambling the favorable landscape Democrats hoped to set for themselves this election year. U.S. Rep. Jerry Nadler, a ...

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In historic shift, far fewer teens face adult US courts

David Harrington spent a tense eight months in a Philadelphia jail when he was a teenager — the result of a robbery charge in 2014 that automatically sent his case to the adult court system under state law. Only 16 ...

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Doctor named in abortion case has nothing to do with lawsuit

Dr. Thomas Dobbs has never gotten involved in political fights over reproductive health, but his name has become shorthand for a legal case that could end abortion rights in the United States. If he has feelings about the situation, he ...

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Cryptocurrency webinar investigates crypto as alternative for businesses seeking investment diversity

Mike Colyer recommends taking a “learn by doing” approach when it comes to understanding the cryptocurrency market.   Colyer’s first foray into the sector began when he invested $150 into bitcoin.   Going through the process and having a personal ...

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Democrats, Republicans fight to a redistricting stalemate

After nearly a year of partisan battles, number-crunching and lawsuits, the once-a-decade congressional redistricting cycle is ending in a draw. That leaves Republicans positioned to win control of the House of Representatives even if they come up just short of ...

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