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A liberal group on Friday filed a lawsuit in Michigan contending that former president Donald Trump is disqualified from regaining his old job based on a rarely used, post-Civil War provision in the U.S. Constitution. This is the first time an organization with significant legal resources has sought to block the GOP frontrunner’s campaign in a swing state. Free Speech For People argued that Trump's attempt to overturn his 2020 election loss and encouragement of the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol violated section three of the 14th Amendment, which holds that anyone who swore an oath to uphold the constitution and then “engaged in insurrection or rebellion” against it is barred from holding office.
SpaceX teams at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station are on track for a Falcon 9 liftoff with more Starlink satellites Friday night.
Singaporean authorities apprehended Su Zhu Friday afternoon at the country’s Changi Airport while he was attempting to leave the country, after Singaporean courts placed a “committal order” against him according to to Teno, the court-appointed joint liquidators in the bankruptcy for Zhu’s firm, Three Arrows Capital Ltd.
A Michigan judge has ruled that the 17-year-old Oxford High School shooter can be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole during a Miller hearing Friday morning.
President Joe Biden's administration on Friday announced it would auction three new oil and gas leases in the Gulf of Mexico, triggering a furious reaction from environmental groups who said the move would accelerate climate change.It "includes a maximum of three potential oil and gas lease sales -- the fewest oil and gas lease sales in history -- in the Gulf of Mexico Program Area scheduled in 2025, 2027 and 2029," said a statement from the Interior Department.
The Democrats' delicate majority in the U.S. Senate puts extra pressure on California Gov. Gavin Newsom to quickly pick a replacement for Sen. Dianne Feinstein after her death. Already, a range of names from obscure to famous — including Oprah Winfrey — were being floated Friday in California circles. The situation is complicated and wrought with political risk for Newsom, a term-limited governor with national political ambitions of his own.
Troubled artificial heart maker Carmat is appealing to key shareholders led by Airbus to invest new funds to avoid the collapse of the 30-year-old venture dating back to a chance meeting between a French surgeon and a missile magnate. Airbus is the largest shareholder after one of its own founders - late industrialist Jean-Luc Lagardere - diverted engineers specialising in precision missile parts into a new venture with prominent heart surgeon Alain Carpentier in 1993. The company they created, whose name is forged from the opening letters of Carpentier and Lagardere's Matra Defense business, later went public and Airbus now owns 12%.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., a vocal advocate of gun-control measures who was known for trying to find common ground with Republicans during her three decades in the Senate, has died, her office announced Friday.
Heavy rains overnight in the northeastern United States left parts of New York City under water on Friday, partially paralyzing subways and airports in the country's financial capital."There is only extremely limited subway service available because of heavy flooding.
A top Kosovo Serb politician, Milan Radoicic, on Friday admitted to taking part in a gun battle with police in Serb-dominated northern Kosovo that killed four people. Kosovo police on Sunday fought around 30 heavily armed Serbs who had barricaded themselves into the Serbian Orthodox monastery in the village of Banjska. Three attackers and a Kosovo Albanian police officer were killed.
A team of skydivers led by a 73-year-old adventurer set a record Thursday by jumping from a balloon 38,000 feet in the air and executing a HALO dive.
Stocks advanced on most European and US markets Friday on signs of slowing inflation on both sides of the Atlantic, rekindling hopes that central bankers will hold back on further interest rate increases that could crimp economic growth.But European markets got off to a strong start after data showed that eurozone inflation slowed in September to 4.3 percent, the lowest level since October 2021 -- before the invasion of Ukraine by Russia that sparked inflation surges worldwide.
Britney Spears says the knives in her dancing video that prompted a police wellness check earlier this week were fake.
The Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of Florida and Texas laws that seek to prevent social media companies from banning users for contentious rhetoric.
The UAW announced new stand up strike locations on Friday morning, once again extending the UAW’s strike strategy that now enters its third week, but again not at all three automakers.
The boy band NSYNC has released their first song in more than 20 years, reuniting to record "Better Place" for the soundtrack of the upcoming "Trolls" movie.Timberlake, now 42, has been involved with the "Trolls" franchise since 2016, and the soundtrack for the first film included his hit single "Can't Stop the Feeling!"
Tennessee and Kentucky can continue to ban gender-affirming care for young transgender people while legal challenges against those state laws proceed, federal appeals judges ruled. In a 2-1 decision by a 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel late Thursday, the majority wrote that elected lawmakers made “precise cost-benefit decisions” in instituting the bans and “did not trigger any reason for judges to second-guess them.” “Prohibiting citizens and legislatures from offering their perspectives on high-stakes medical policies, in which compassion for the child points in both directions, is not something life-tenured federal judges should do without a clear warrant in the Constitution,” Chief Judge Jeffrey Sutton wrote.
The wife of Gabon's ousted president Ali Bongo Ondimba has been charged with "money laundering" and other offences, the public prosecutor said Friday, a month after her husband was toppled in a coup.In all, 10 people were indicted on charges ranging from electoral college operational issues, counterfeiting and use of the seals of the republic, to corruption, embezzlement of public funds and money laundering, Roponat had told a press conference.
Following catastrophic flooding in the Northeast, Yahoo News talked to experts about what to plan for and what to do in the event of a flooding emergency.
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday laid out a proposal to begin regulating laboratory medical tests, a multibillion-dollar industry that the agency says poses a growing risk to patients because of potentially inaccurate results. The proposed rule would end decades of regulatory ambiguity and formally bring thousands of tests performed in large laboratories under FDA oversight. FDA Commissioner Robert Califf said the change will help ensure tests used to diagnose cancer, heart disease and thousands of other conditions are safe, accurate and reliable.