Supreme Court’s Ruling Blocking Cuomo’s Covid-19 Order Could Influence Other Cases

The Supreme Court ruling that blocked New York from imposing strict limits on attendance at religious services could influence lawsuits

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Iran Releases British-Australian Academic Imprisoned on Espionage Charges

SYDNEY—Iran released a British-Australian academic imprisoned on espionage charges, ending an ordeal that lasted more than two years and strained

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CIA Officer Is Killed in Fighting in Somalia

WASHINGTON—A CIA officer was killed recently in combat in Somalia, according to current and former U.S. officials, his death coming

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Justice Department Clears Intuit to Buy Credit Karma

The Justice Department cleared Credit Karma Inc.’s pending $7.1 billion sale to TurboTax maker Intuit Inc. after the two companies

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Purdue Pharma Pleads Guilty to Felonies Over OxyContin Sales

Purdue Pharma LP pleaded guilty to three federal felonies related to the marketing and distribution of its powerful opioid painkiller

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California Paid Millions for Unemployment Claims in Prisoners’ Names, Prosecutors Say

California paid out more than $140 million for fraudulent unemployment claims made in the name of inmates in its state

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Two NYPD Officers Are Injured, Suspect Is Killed in Queens Shooting

Two on-duty New York Police Department officers were shot and wounded Tuesday afternoon in Queens while responding to a 911

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New York City Police, Sheriff Won’t Enforce Thanksgiving Covid Limits

New York City law-enforcement officers won’t be knocking on doors on Thanksgiving Day to see whether New Yorkers are following

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David Dinkins, New York City’s First Black Mayor, Dies

David Dinkins, who broke barriers as New York City’s first Black mayor, but was doomed to a single term by

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