Top eight stories for today including the war in Ukraine entered its 12th day with continued fighting and shelling; Justice Clarence Thomas urged the Supreme Court to enter a brawl over how to hold internet companies accountable for users’ posts on their platforms; Los Angeles sued Monsanto on claims that banned chemicals have tainted city water sources, and more.
Justice Clarence Thomas urged the Supreme Court on Monday to enter a brawl over how to hold internet companies accountable for users’ posts on their platforms.
Undercutting the pandemic-era belief that staff shortages from the Great Resignation have put employers over a barrel, Treasury officials said Monday that the data are instead painting a shadow of wage depression.
The city of Los Angeles has entered the legal fray over banned polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, joining other California cities in suing Monsanto on claims the chemicals have tainted city water sources.
Two real estate developers accused of bribing a Los Angeles City Council member in a sprawling corruption scheme won their bids for jury trials separate from the main culprit.
Representatives for Ukraine appeared before the World Court on Monday, seeking an order for Russia to stop the ongoing invasion of its neighbor in Eastern Europe. Moscow has refused to participate in the proceedings.
The war in Ukraine entered its 12th day on Monday with continued fighting and shelling in the eastern and southern parts of the country and around the capital Kyiv, which straddles the Dnieper River, a central artery through Ukraine’s vast flatlands.
So far seven journalists have been killed in Mexico in 2022, already closing in on last year’s total of 10 and setting a pace to become the deadliest presidential term for the press in the country’s history.
Defense lawyers for a man accused of helping shoot down passenger flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014 said Monday prosecutors were driven by vengeance, not the truth.
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