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Second phase of river-flooding trial to go virtual

R. Dan Boulware

After more than a year and a half of postponements, the second-phase trial in a long-running dispute pitting farmers along the Missouri River against the federal government will take place this summer, using a virtual format rather than in person. ...

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Missouri sues China over coronavirus pandemic

The state of Missouri filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Chinese government over the coronavirus, alleging that nation’s officials are to blame for the global pandemic. The lawsuit, filed in federal court by the state’s top prosecutor, alleges Chinese officials ...

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Poll: Americans sour on China amid pandemic, broader rivalry

Americans are increasingly hostile toward China as the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on the U.S. and global economies and after three years of Trump administration antagonism toward the country, according to a nationwide poll. The poll, conducted last month by ...

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‘Something a little different’: Missouri Supreme Court turns to videoconferencing for remote hearing

Missouri Supreme Court remote hearing

As the Missouri Supreme Court held its first-ever remote oral argument, Chief Justice George W. Draper III tried to make things seem as normal as possible.

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New pressure on lawmakers as virus aid for firms hits limit

With a key coronavirus rescue fund exhausted, lawmakers faced new pressure Thursday to break a stalemate over President Donald Trump’s $250 billion emergency request to replenish the program that helps small businesses keep workers on their payroll. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer ...

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