The county with the biggest gain was in the West, and Seattle’s home county bounced back from pandemic losses.
Author: The Associated Press
Yurok Tribe presses feds to stop water for farming in Oregon, northern California to save salmon, whales
The tribe and advocates for endangered fish want a federal agency to show it’s met all legal requirements for endangered species, including killer whales.
Celebrity birthdays today (Shirley Jones turns 89): March 31 in history
Today is Friday, March 31, the 90th day of 2023. There are 275 days left in the year.
Donald Trump was just indicted. Here’s what happens next
The former president is expected to turn himself in to authorities next week, according to a person familiar with the matter but not authorized to discuss it publicly.
Donald Trump responds to criminal indictment, calling it ‘political persecution’
Trump’s defense lawyers Susan Necheles and Joseph Tacopina said Trump “did not commit any crime. We will vigorously fight this political prosecution in court.”
What Trump’s indictment in New York means for Georgia inquiry
For months, it looked like Atlanta would move first to bring criminal charges against Donald Trump. But Fulton County prosecutors lost their spot in the history books when Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg apparently secured felony indictments on unknown charges.
Idaho passes 1st in nation bill to make it a crime to help a minor get an abortion
The measure creates the crime of ‘abortion trafficking’ and bars adults from obtaining abortion pills for a minor or ‘recruiting, harboring or transporting a pregnant minor’ without the consent of the parent or guardian.
Who’s who in the Manhattan DA’s Donald Trump investigation
The cast of key characters in the saga include a porn actor, a one-time Trump loyalist who turned on his boss and Manhattan’s first-term district attorney.
Gwyneth Paltrow wins Utah ski crash trial, $1 countersuit
A jury dismissed the complaint of a retired optometrist who sued Paltrow over injuries he sustained when the two crashed on a beginner run at Deer Valley ski resort.
Responding to Indigenous, Vatican rejects Discovery Doctrine
The theory backed by 15th century papal bulls legitimized the colonial-era seizure of Native lands and forms the basis of some property law today.