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White House Faces Rising Pressure as Gasoline Shortages Grow

The Biden administration moved Tuesday to ease gasoline shortages caused by a ransomware attack on the nation’s largest pipeline network, as concerns grew that spiking fuel prices and supply disruptions could hinder travel while the nation emerges from the coronavirus pandemic.

States Appear Undeterred in Suing on Relief Spending Limits

States eager to use federal coronavirus relief money won some leeway from the Treasury Department in how they may deploy it without violating a prohibition on cutting taxes with it. But the guidance isn’t enough to end Republican state lawsuits against the ban.

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Snap Puts Yolo, LMK on Hold After Teen Bullying Class Suit Filed

Messaging app Snap Inc. said Tuesday it’s putting on hold projects with Yolo Technologies Inc. and LightSpace Inc. in light of a wrongful death and class suit filed in a federal court in California that says the companies fail to enforce their own policies against cyberbullying and the apps should be shut down.

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Legally Rigging Elections: Redistricting, a Brief History

A lot has been written about gerrymandering — the process of manipulating maps for political gain — but what's rarely discussed is why it's even legal.

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