Judge Harlin Hale’s decision comes as the influential gun lobby has tried to fend off a far-reaching lawsuit filed by the New York attorney general that accused top officials at the nonprofit of fraud and self-dealing.
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis also intends to seek the death penalty against Robert Aaron Long, who is suspected of killing eight people, including six women of Asian descent, a spokesperson said.
Mustafa Qadiri of Irvine, Calif., faces multiple federal charges. The government has seized the Ferrari, Lamborghini and Bentley he is said to have purchased with funds from the Payment Protection Program.
The billionaire wants to draw more underrepresented students into doctoral degree programs. With his latest gift, Johns Hopkins University plans to partner with historically Black and other minority-serving colleges to make that happen.
More than 40 state attorneys general are pressuring Facebook to drop its plan, but the tech giant is plowing ahead anyway, confident in its assertion that a separate service will actually make social media safer for preteens.