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Jacksonville University’s Tim Cost says law school a success, is excited for what’s to come

EU edges closer to $60-per-barrel Russian oil price cap

The European Union is edging closer to a $60-per-barrel price cap on Russian oil.

Indian coal magnate Gautam Adani goes green

Asia’s richest man, coal magnate Gautam Adani, made his vast fortune betting on coal as an energy hungry India grew swiftly after its economy was liberalized in the 1990s.

Ribault High School dean arrested, charged with child abuse

A dean of students at Ribault High School was arrested and faces a charge of child abuse, according to a Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office police report obtained Thursday by News4JAX.

Florida Gators QB Jalen Kitna bonds out of jail after arrest on child porn charges

Florida Gators backup quarterback Jalen Kitna bonded out of jail Thursday evening after he was arrested Wednesday on two charges of distribution of child exploitation material and three charges of possession of child pornography.

'Regret is not rape,' Weinstein lawyer says in closing

An attorney for Harvey Weinstein at his Los Angeles sexual assault trial told jurors that the prosecution's case relies entirely on asking them to trust accusers who have proved they were untrustworthy.

AP sources: Biden tells Dems he wants SC as 1st voting state

President Joe Biden says Democrats should give up “restrictive” caucuses and move to champion diversity in the order of their presidential primary calendar.

White House state dinner draws names from arts, fashion, biz

President Joe Biden's first White House state dinner is drawing big names from the worlds of entertainment, politics, business and fashion to celebrate French President Emmanuel Macron.

Man found fatally shot in home on Jacksonville’s Westside

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a man, who was believed to be in his 30s, was found shot to death Thursday in a home on the Westside.

High court to rule on Biden student loan cancellation plan

The Supreme Court says the Biden administration program to cancel student loans will remain blocked for now, but the justices have agreed to take up the case in late winter.

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