Malheur trial offers Capitol rioters a path to acquittal
The failed prosecution of some protesters who occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in 2016 should serve as a cautionary tale for prosecutors of Capitol riot conspiracy cases.
A case being considered by the Supreme Court could change how eminent domain is handled with energy projects around the country and have a major impact on natural gas infrastructure, pipeline supporters say.
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