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Judge blocks another bid to shut down Line 3 construction

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

<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

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

<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

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

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