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Supreme Court skeptical of Biden’s workplace vaccine rule

The Supreme Court’s conservative majority appeared skeptical Friday of the Biden administration's authority to impose a vaccine-or-testing requirement on the nation's large employers. The court also was hearing arguments on a separate vaccine mandate for most health care workers.

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After pardon from governor, McCloskeys want their guns back

The city of St. Louis has not destroyed guns seized months ago from the couple who made headlines by waving the weapons at racial injustice protesters, and the couple is trying to get them back.

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Missouri 2022 legislative session begins

Missouri's Republican-led Legislature kicked off the 2022 annual session Wednesday amid a coronavirus surge and during an election year.

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Judge throws out most of St. Louis earnings tax lawsuit

A judge has thrown out most of a lawsuit that seeks refunds of St. Louis city earnings tax payments for people who began working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic starting in early 2020.

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Former Theranos CEO Holmes convicted of fraud and conspiracy

The verdict came after the eight men and four women on the jury spent three months sitting through a complex trial that featured reams of evidence and 32 witnesses — including Elizabeth Holmes herself.

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States diverge on police reforms after George Floyd killing

The first full year of state legislative sessions since George Floyd's death produced far-reaching policing changes in some states, but a far more mixed response in the rest of the country.

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Ghislaine Maxwell jury must work New Year’s if no verdict

Jurors deliberating the fate of Ghislaine Maxwell at her sex trafficking trial were told Wednesday they would have to work through the New Year’s holiday after they inquired about that possibility — the latest sign that a verdict was not near in the monthlong trial.

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Missouri high court tosses mall shooting murder conviction

Scales of Justice, gavel, legal, chairs,

The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned a man's murder conviction in a deadly 2018 shooting outside a suburban Kansas City shopping mall because he wasn't allowed to argue at trial that he acted in self-defense.

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