Judge Orders Twitter To Unmask FBI Impersonator Who Set Off Seth Rich Conspiracy

Judge Orders Twitter To Unmask FBI Impersonator Who Set Off Seth Rich Conspiracy

A federal judge has ordered Twitter to reveal the identity of an anonymous user who allegedly forged an FBI document to spread a conspiracy theory about the killing of DNC staffer Seth Rich in 2016.
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Key Legal Fights Over Voting Remain Unresolved As Election Day Draws Close

The flurry of last-minute legal action comes as more than 5 million people have already cast ballots, causing some confusion over what voters have to do to ensure that their votes count.
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Finley: Governor, get to legal governing

Michigan's Supreme Court didn't strip any powers from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in ruling the emergency orders she's issued over the past six months …
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Me and my 2 brothers have an inherited ira does it have to go…

Me and my 2 brothers have an inherited ira does it have to go through probate. We are soon to begin the probate process (Replies: 1)
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Latest News: Library Appoints New Chief of Serial and Government Publications Division

The Library of Congress has appointed Deborah Thomas as chief of the Serial and Government Publications Division. Thomas brings more than 20 years’ expertise working with digital collections and coordinating several of the Library’s signature programs. She has served as acting chief of the division since December 2019.
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