Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin could receive a prison sentence longer than recommended by state guidelines for the killing of George Floyd, the trial judge found in an order made public Wednesday.
Covid-19 vaccine developers will get a word with the Biden administration before it signs off on a controversial plan to waive their coveted intellectual property rights, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said.
Top law firms are building out practice groups focused on state attorneys general, whose aggressive moves on everything from workers’ rights to Big Tech have clients looking for lawyers with a deep understanding of the process.
Kyrsten Sinema holds the power to quash any element of President Joe Biden’s agenda by withholding her vote in a 50-50 Senate. When it comes to where she stands on the issues, the 44-year-old senior senator from Arizona is something of a mystery.
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