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Polish court rules record compensation for wrongful jailing

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WARSAW, Poland — A Polish court on Monday ordered a record high compensation of nearly 13 million zlotys ($3.4 million) to a man who...

Court won’t delay extradition of 2 nabbed in Ghosn’s escape

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<p>BOSTON &mdash; A U.S. appeals court refused Thursday to put on hold the extradition of two men wanted by Japan on accusations that they...

Racial discrimination claims against Whole Foods dismissed

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BOSTON — A federal judge has dismissed most of the claims in a lawsuit filed by Whole Foods Market employees who alleged the supermarket...

New lawsuit targets California ride-hail labor law

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<p>OAKLAND, Calif. &mdash; Ride-hail drivers and a union filed a lawsuit Thursday against Proposition 22 — a ballot measure that exempted Uber and other...

Judge blocks another bid to shut down Line 3 construction

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MINNEAPOLIS — A federal judge has rejected another attempt by opponents to shut down construction work on Enbridge Energy's replacement for its aging Line...

Court rules against Arkansas’ Israel boycott pledge law

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<p>LITTLE ROCK, Ark. &mdash; A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that Arkansas' law requiring state contractors to pledge not to boycott Israel is...

Army major in Georgia gets 30 years on child porn charge

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AUGUSTA, Ga. — An Army officer in Georgia who held a top-secret security clearance has been sentenced to serve three decades in federal prison...

Federal trials expected to resume in Indiana district

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<p>INDIANAPOLIS &mdash; Federal jury trials suspended last fall amid a surge in coronavirus cases are expected to resume in April in all divisions of...

Poland’s abortion ruling focus of debate in EU parliament

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WARSAW, Poland — Most European Parliament lawmakers on Tuesday lashed out at Poland's near-total abortion ban Tuesday, with several lawmakers arguing it was a...

Hungarian radio station to go off the air after court ruling

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BUDAPEST, Hungary — One of Hungary's last remaining independent radio stations will be forced off the airwaves and limited to online broadcasts after a...