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Copper thieves leave LA’s $600M ‘Ribbon of Light’ bridge in the dark

Repeat copper thefts have left Los Angeles’s $600 million “Ribbon of Light” bridge in the dark for months. At least $2.5 million in repairs...

Federal judge issues temporary injunction stopping Biden’s Title IX rules

A federal judge issued an injunction on Thursday that put a temporary hold on new Title IX rules issued by the Biden administration. ...

Two Texas groups sue over Biden asylum order

Two Texas groups have sued over President Joe Biden's executive order that purports to limit admission into the U.S. to a certain number of...

Federal watchdog identifies tens of billions of dollars of government waste

A recent federal report shows areas of waste and duplication among federal agencies costing taxpayers big time. ...

This Day in History: Civil Rights Leader Medgar Evers Assassinated in 1963 at Age 37

On June 12, 1963, civil rights leader Medgar W. Evers was assassinated by a white supremacist outside his home in Jackson, Mississippi, at the...
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