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Nazi Concentration Camp Guard Handed 5 Years For Murder of 3500

The eight-month trial of an accused former Nazi concluded in Germany on Tuesday with the conviction of the 101–year-old man

Talent Agency CAA Acquires Rival ICM for $750 Million

There was a 10-month delay as ICM sought regulatory approval for the deal that has brought 105 layoffs.

Ghislaine Maxwell Gets 20 Years for Sex Trafficking Teens with Epstein

”I hope my conviction and harsh incarceration brings you closure,” the convicted preditor told her victims in court Tuesday

‘Stacks of Bodies’: 50 Migrants Found Dead in Abandoned Truck in Texas

At least 50 migrants died and 16 others were taken to local hospitals with heat-related injuries, according to authorities

Attorney General Garland Braces for Republican Onslaught on Abortion

The onetime Supreme Court nominee regroups and readies for court battles to come as red states seek other ways to restrict women's rights

Daily Brief: 3 Killed in Amtrak Train Crash, Alec Baldwin to Interview Woody Allen

Also, Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong told fans at a Friday concert that he plans to renounce his U.S. citizenship after Roe decision

Dems Face Midterm Nightmare as One Million Voters Switch to GOP

Voters across 43 states have ditched Dems for Republicans, with many saying they're moving away from the left, not embracing the right

Overloaded with Junk, Retailers Mull Refunding Unreturned Items

Stores may soon let you keep your money and your returned goods due to inventory glut, supply chain sorrows, and other things that fell apart

NATAS CEO on Still Hosting Daytime Emmys Hours After Roe V Wade Was Overturned

“Daytime has been where we have confronted these challenging issues of the day and I expect we will continue to confront them now,” CEO tells LAMag

Experts Gather for UCLA Law Talk on the Future of Reproductive Rights

With Roe v. Wade gone, law professors and activists discussed potential ways to combat this and further attacks on women's rights