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Consumers oppose different food safety rules in UK nations

Outcomes from a workshop have shown that people don’t want diverging food safety standards between nations in the United Kingdom,…

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Appeals court rules NYC law allowing noncitizens to vote in local elections violates state constitution 

A New York appeals court ruled Wednesday that a law allowing noncitizens to vote in local elections in New York…

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Politics

Alabama Supreme Court Rules Frozen Embryos Are ‘Children’

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that frozen embryos created during fertility treatments can be considered children…

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Air Canada must pay refund promised by AI chatbot, tribunal rules

Air Canada must pay a Vancouver man a partial refund for his flight ticket that was promised by the site’s…

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Lifestyle

7 Rules For Great Skin By Jennifer Aniston’s Facialist

Czech admits to having had Botox in the past but warns her clients off the procedure, especially if they’re after…

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Lifestyle

23 Millennial Parents Share Their Parenting Styles and Rules

We’re millennials, of course we don’t make our kids hug anyone they don’t want to. Or spank them as a…

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Politics

EPA tightens rules on some air pollution for the first time in over a decade : NPR

Air pollution has fallen across the U.S. since the Clean Air Act of 1970. But some areas, like Los Angeles,…

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Trump is not immune from prosecution for bid to subvert the 2020 election, appeals court rules

The ruling affirms U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan’s historic conclusion that former presidents may be prosecuted for crimes they committed…

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Politics

Trump doesn’t have broad immunity from prosecution, federal appeals court rules : NPR

The ruling by the federal appeals court is a major setback for former President Trump. Chet Strange/Getty Images hide caption…

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Politics

Wisconsin Supreme Court rules Dean Phillips must be allowed on state’s primary ballot

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ordered election officials to include presidential hopeful Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) on the state’s Democratic primary…

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