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Federal Judge Orders Injunction to Protect University of Washington Committee Members

A federal judge recently sided with members of a University of Washington research committee seeking to protect themselves and their families from escalating harassment by animal rights activists.

Clarence Thomas Calls Out John Roberts As Supreme Court Edges Closer To Overturning Roe V. Wade

Thomas last week recalled the court atmosphere before 2005, when Roberts joined, and said, "We actually trusted each other. We may have been a dysfunctional family, but we were a family, and we loved it."

A Buffalo Supermarket Worker Dialed 911 During The Massacre And Was Asked, ‘Why Are You Whispering?’

Hiding behind the service desk counter, Rogers dialed 911. But the dispatcher handled her plea so dismissively local officials now intend to fire her at a May 30 hearing.

Milwaukee Private School Files Motion To Dismiss Michelle Obama’s Brother’s ‘Media Campaign’ Lawsuit

(CNN) -- The University School of Milwaukee is pushing back on accusations of discrimination from Craig Robinson, Michelle Obama's brother, and his wife, Kelly Robinson.

King County COVID Rental Assistance: Help Where It Was Most Needed, But Questions Remain

While the work from the county’s Eviction Prevention and Rent Assistance Program was slow to get up to speed, the data shows that the program worked as intended.

Justice Department Unveils New Efforts To Combat Hate Crimes

The Justice Department will announce renewed efforts to combat hate crimes across the country Friday, just days after 10 people were killed in a Buffalo supermarket shooting that officials have called a racially motivated hate crime.

Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter In George Floyd’s Death

Former Minneapolis Police officer Thomas Lane pleaded guilty to second-degree manslaughter Wednesday related to his role in the killing of George Floyd in May 2020, Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said in a statement.

EPA Administrator, Michael S. Regan, Focused On Clean Air And Water For Communities Of Color

“The bipartisan infrastructure provides resources for our communities. There are matching grants and forgivable loans, which means more of our communities have an opportunity to compete for these grants,” said U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan. “We are also making $50 million available for technical assistance to help our communities to become more competitive. I’ve written a letter to every governor in the country outlining the criteria by which we believe those resources should be spent.”

Seattle Ranks No. 7 in the Country for Cost of Commuting

Gas prices are high along with inflation and Seattle commuters are paying high prices.

Summer Brings Back Bicycle Weekends to Lake Washington Boulevard

Bicycle "Sundays" are back and will take place over the course of several weekends this summer, from Friday evening to Monday morning!

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