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Trump-Era Special Counsel Indicts Lawyer Tied to Hillary Clinton

A private lawyer with links to Democrats and Hillary Clinton was indicted Thursday by Justice Department Special Counsel John Durham over allegations that he made a false statement to the FBI in 2016, as an inquiry into the origins of the bureau’s Russia probe grinds on.

Ohio Scores $808M Opioid Settlement Outside Global Deal

Ohio has struck an $808 million settlement with Cardinal Health, AmerisourceBergen, and McKesson over their alleged part in the opioid abuse crisis, jumping ahead of the other states working to finalize a $26 billion global deal for state and local government lawsuits.

Discipline Over ‘Mark of the Beast’ Letter OK, NLRB Lawyers Say

A Seattle hospital could lawfully discipline a worker for emailing coworkers a letter that contained apocalyptic prophecies, Bible verses, and a warning about a “Mark of the Beast” Covid-19 vaccine that would doom a recipient’s soul, the National Labor Relations Board’s legal division said.

Booster Debate Comes Down to Pivotal Meeting of FDA Advisers

President Joe Biden’s push to begin offering third doses of Pfizer Inc.’s coronavirus vaccine faces the first of two crucial tests Friday when advisers to the Food and Drug Administration meet to discuss whether booster shots should be offered to most Americans.

How Many Votes? A Guide to Getting It Done in Congress

Our comprehensive guide to how many votes are needed for almost any scenario in Congress.

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