Opinion | Thank You, Justice Gorsuch

It may take a terrorist attack, a war or some other national emergency, but America will one day thank Justice Neil Gorsuch for his stirring words last week in Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn v. Cuomo. “Government,” he wrote in a concurrence to the 5-4 majority opinion, “is not free …

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Criciúma, Brazil, Attacked by Armed Gang, Police Say

Around 6 on Tuesday morning, four people believed to be involved in the heist had been arrested, and the police had recovered some of the money the attackers had stolen, local reports said. Residents on social media reported hearing loud gunfire, according to Globo. Video footage online showed people grabbing …

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Rental stress drives up poverty

Some Australians who lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic are paying close to 70 per cent of their income in rent. Analysts warn there is not one State in Australia where a Jobseeker recipient can now rent affordably and there are dire warnings of a looming rise in homelessness. …

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Labor push for 10 days paid violence leave

Australian workers would get access to 10 days of paid domestic violence leave under a new Labor Party proposal. The federal opposition plans to introduce legislation to stamp the paid leave into law. Labor took the domestic leave policy to the last election and has now recommitted to the plan. …

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Wade front-runner to replace Warner in ODI

Matthew Wade could be the first beneficiary of David Warner’s groin injury with the Tasmanian a chance to play his first ODI in three years. Australia are still weighing up how to replace Warner in Wednesday’s final ODI against India in Canberra, as they pursue their first clean sweep against …

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