Democrat Mary Peltola — the first Democrat to represent Alaska in the House in nearly half a century — defeated two Republicans, including former Republican Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said: “Chicago will join fellow sanctuary cities “to continue providing much-needed relief to our small, overrun border towns.”
Poland’s leader of the Law and Justice party said it “will turn to Germany to open negotiations on the reparations.”
South Korea’s Justice Minister said the order to pay $216.5 million to Lone Star Funds is an unacceptable ruling because there is no fault in the way financial authorities handled the sale back in 2012.
Bed Bath & Beyond announced a restructuring, including store closures and big layoffs. It will go back to its original strategy of focusing on national brands instead of promoting its own store labels.
Google “notified Truth Social of several violations of standard policies in their current app” and that having “effective systems for moderating user-generated content is a condition” of Google Play’s terms and conditions.
The FBI cyber-experts are heading to Montenegro to investigate the cyberattack on the Balkan nation’s government and its services.
The Monkees’ only surviving group member, Mickey Dolenz, filed the lawsuit as the band was investigated by the FBI for flashing pictures and messages in protest against the anti-Vietnam war back in the late 1960s.
Rachel DeLoache Williams is alleging Netflix defamed her in its dramatized 2022 series “Inventing Anna.”
The head of McDonald’s U.S. said the measure “imposes higher costs on one type of restaurant, while sparing another.”