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His family and the Biden administration are worried about his transfer to a prison hospital.
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Scientists used a quantum computer to explore the ultimate escape route from a black hole.
Plus China’s censors struggle to keep up with protests.
The group has been reduced from the world’s most fearsome terrorist organization to a low-level insurgency operating in limited parts of countries torn by conflict.
By The Associated Press Maryland’s attorney general announced Nov. 21 that he has overruled opinions that upheld or applied unconstitutional racially discriminatory laws. In an opinion addressed to General Assembly leaders, Attorney General Brian Frosh formally overruled the opinions, saying that while changes in the law may have made them unenforceable, “we recognize that the
By The Associated Press A federal judge has denied a 19-year-old woman’s request to watch her father’s death by injection, upholding a Missouri law that bars anyone under 21 from witnessing an execution. Kevin Johnson is set to be executed Nov. 29 for killing Kirkwood, Missouri, Police Officer William McEntee in 2005. Johnson’s lawyers have
The Baltimore Scholars Program, a scholarship offered to graduates of Baltimore City and D.C.public schools, will become the Cummings Scholars Program in honor of the late U.S. Rep. ElijahCummings. (AP Photo) A financial aid program offering scholarships to high-achieving Baltimore City and D.C. public school graduates accepted into Johns Hopkins University (JHU) will be renamed