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Why the Justice Department Is Unlikely to Investigate the Supreme Court Leak

WASHINGTON — After a leak of a draft opinion showed that the Supreme Court was poised to end women’s constitutional…

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World

Likelihood of Trump Indictment in Manhattan Fades as Grand Jury Wraps Up

When some two dozen New Yorkers filed into a Manhattan courthouse this week to finish out their grand jury service,…

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Business

PG&E agrees to pay $55 million in penalties over two wildfires.

Pacific Gas & Electric agreed on Monday to pay $55 million in penalties and costs to settle civil cases brought…

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Politics

Jan. 6 Panel Has Evidence for Criminal Referral of Trump, but Splits on Sending

WASHINGTON — The leaders of the House committee investigating the Capitol attack have grown divided over whether to make a…

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Politics

Why a Ruling Declaring Trump ‘Likely’ Broke Laws May Not Mean He Will Be Prosecuted

WASHINGTON — A federal judge’s conclusion this week that former President Donald J. Trump likely committed felonies related to his…

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Politics

Echoing Conservative Grievances, Blackburn Miscasts Jackson’s Views

WASHINGTON — Senator Marsha Blackburn, Republican of Tennessee, ripped into Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on Monday during her Supreme Court…

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World

U.S. Calls Putin a ‘War Criminal,’ but Consequences Are Unclear

WASHINGTON — A day after President Biden branded President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia a “war criminal” over civilian deaths…

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Politics

Pressing for Evidence, Jan. 6 Panel Argues That Trump Committed Fraud

WASHINGTON — The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol on Tuesday laid out its theory for…

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World

Swiss Banker’s Trial Rivets With Fraud Charges and Strip Club Visits

ZURICH — Switzerland’s biggest financial fraud trial in years has drawn so much interest that court officials decided to move…

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Politics

In Scrutinizing Trump and His Allies, Jan. 6 Panel Adopts Prosecution Tactics

The House select committee scrutinizing the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol is borrowing techniques from federal prosecutions, employing aggressive…

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