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Michel proposal offers Council more control over rule of law conditionality

By Vlagyiszlav Makszimov

European Council President Charles Michel's latest compromise proposal for the bloc's 2021-27 budget offers more power to member states in deciding to cut EU funding in case of rule of law problems, and instead promises more funding for values projects and the fight against disinformation.

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2020 N.J. and Delaware Primary Elections: What to Watch For

By Nick Corasaniti and Tracey Tully

Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s home state is holding a presidential primary, and New Jersey has a full slate of congressional primaries on tap in an election that will be held mostly by mail.

This Is the Real John Roberts

By Jonathan H. Adler

He is a judicial minimalist who seeks to avoid sweeping decisions with disruptive effects.

Rule of law a must before getting EU money, Jourova insists

By admin

European Union countries should only get money from the bloc's budget and the COVID-19 recovery fund if they have robust courts and safeguards against corruption, a top official said on Monday (6 July), a couched warning to Poland and Hungary, among others.

Why College Students May Qualify for Special Covid Pandemic Aid

By Ann Carrns

While traditional unemployment insurance usually leaves out students, they may be eligible for federal pandemic aid. But some states don’t make it easy to get.

Record-high background checks indicates public fear over 'defund police' movement, gun-rights activist says

By Yael Halon

Firearm-related background checks reached 3.9 million in June, the most since the tracking system was created more than two decades ago, because "people are being hit with a hard dose of reality" amid calls to "defund" the police,​​​​​​​ gun-rights activist Colion Noir said Sunday.

China appoints Communist Party hardliner to oversee Hong Kong's new security office

By Hollie McKay

Just days after a draconian national security law went into effect in Hong Kong this week, Beijing has appointed a hardline, controversial Communist Party figure – Zheng Yanxiong – as chief of the new office, set up to ensure the sweeping new changes are implemented.

Lester Grinspoon, Influential Marijuana Scholar, Dies at 92

By Richard Sandomir

He believed pot was dangerous until his research convinced him otherwise. He then became a leading proponent of legalization.

Lester Grinspoon, Influential Marijuana Scholar, Dies at 92

By Richard Sandomir

He believed pot was dangerous until his research convinced him otherwise. He then became a leading proponent of legalization.

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