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Dow falls 1,000 points to lowest level in 10 months, amid uncertainty over Federal Reserve’s response to inflation

Police: 6 found dead at Milwaukee home had been shot

Milwaukee police say the six people found dead in a Milwaukee home apparently had been shot

Nasdaq drops 4%, S&P 500 3.4% in US stocks rout

Biden will speak with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, European Council President Charles Michel, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Polish President Andrzej Duda and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a video call, the White House said on Monday.

US President Joe Biden will discuss a common response to Russian military pressure around Ukraine, the White House said

Biden to hold Monday video call with European leaders on Ukraine: White House

Google “continues to track users’ location through other settings and methods that it fails to adequately disclose”, Texas said.

Texas attorney general Ken Paxton alleged Google misled consumers by continuing to track their location even when users sought to prevent it.

Two other state attorneys general plan to file lawsuits as well as part of a bipartisan effort to hold Google accountable over privacy, Washington, DC attorney general Karl Racine’s office said in a statement.

In a tweet Monday the U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Tom West welcomed talks between Taliban and the country’s civil society representatives and said, “We will continue clear-eyed diplomacy with the Taliban regarding our concerns and our abiding interest in a stable, rights-respecting and inclusive Afghanistan.”

The US Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear a bid to bar Harvard University and the University of North Carolina from considering race in undergraduate admissions in a case that imperils affirmative action policies widely used to increase the number of Black and Hispanic students on American campuses.

Iran foreign minister Amirabdollahain: Tehran might consider direct talks with US if it helps to reach a good nuclear deal with strong guarantees

US Supreme Court agrees to consider limiting wetlands regulation

Fraud trial of Michael Avenatti, US lawyer who battled Trump, begins

The trial of lawyer Michael Avenatti, a fierce critic of former president Donald Trump, began on Monday on charges he defrauded his former client.

Texas, Columbia district sue Google over location-tracking practices

Texas and the district of Columbia sued Alphabet Inc’s Google on Monday over what he called deceptive location-tracking practices. Read more

Virginia governor Youngkin faces new lawsuit as mask order kicks in

Republican Virginia governor Glenn Youngkin is facing a new legal challenge over his executive action that aimed to let parents opt out of school mask mandates as his order takes effect.

U.S. Supreme Court rejects House Republicans’ challenge to pandemic-era voting rules

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a challenge by Republican lawmakers to pandemic-related proxy voting rules set by Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Justices to hear challenge to race in college admissions

The conservative-dominated Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to the consideration of race in college admissions, adding another blockbuster case to a term with abortion, guns, religion and Covid-19 on the agenda.

Milwaukee police responded about 3:45 pm Sunday to assist with a welfare check at the residence where four men and one woman were found dead, Milwaukee Assistant Police Chief Paul Formolo said during a Sunday evening news conference.

Oil falls on strong dollar and potential Fed rate rises