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The top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee requested Tuesday the U.S. intelligence community conduct a “damage assessment” of potentially classified documents found in the Washington office space of President Joe Biden’s former institute.

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A Nevada case shined a light on a U.S. immigration law and its little-known history after a federal judge called the rule racist and struck it down. Now, a federal court is weighing a Justice Department appeal defending the law known as Section 1326, which makes it a crime to unlawfully return to the U.S. after deportation, removal or denied admission.

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Q: We live in a townhouse. The unit attached to ours had a major fire. The fire also caused considerable damage to our home. We have been in temporary housing for the last 17 months waiting for our home to be restored. We have depleted our insurance allotment through our insurance company. We recently heard that our neighbor’s bank foreclosed on the house that caused the fire. Can we put a lien on that home for our out of pocket expenses after our coverage reached its limit?

Q: My dad owns a duplex and has a very limited income. He lives on one side of the duplex and rents the other. He is leaving the property to me and really can’t afford the cost to set up a trust. My husband and I want to have a trust because we own several properties. To set one up, we were quoted about $3,500, which is more than my dad can afford.

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LOS ANGELES — Former Dodgers star Yasiel Puig could face trial Jan. 10. Puig has been charged with making false statements in a federal investigation of an illegal sports betting operation. He had agreed to plead guilty, but his attorney said Wednesday he would withdraw from that agreement and plead not guilty. Under the plea agreement, Puig would have been eligible for probation and had ...

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