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How to play Pokémon trading card game: Rules, time duration, setup
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How to play Pokémon trading card game: Rules, time duration, setup

Created in 1996 in Japan, the Pokémon franchise has delighted fans through its famous “pocket monsters.” From animated television shows and movies to video games, stuffed plushes and toys, keeping up with Pokémon has definitely lived up to its slogan: “Gotta catch ’em all!” But, a staple in the world of Pokémon is its trading cards, and with 905 Pokémon to...

Justice Dept. issues rules for leak investigations
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Justice Dept. issues rules for leak investigations

Comment on this story Comment The Justice Department issued formal regulations Wednesday to restrict how federal prosecutors can pursue leak investigations, codifying a decision announced last year that officials would no longer take reporters’ phone records to try to identify the sources for stories that describe classified information. “These regulations recognize the crucial role that...

Justice Dept. issues rules for leak investigations
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Justice Dept. issues rules for leak investigations

Comment on this story Comment The Justice Department issued formal regulations Wednesday to restrict how federal prosecutors can pursue leak investigations, codifying a decision announced last year that officials would no longer take reporters’ phone records to try to identify the sources for stories that describe classified information. “These regulations recognize the crucial role that...

RNC files over 70 lawsuits to challenge states on election rules
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RNC files over 70 lawsuits to challenge states on election rules

The Republican National Committee has filed more than 70 lawsuits over election integrity this cycle, taking a more aggressive legal posture than in previous elections. The challenges mostly deal with how poll watchers operate at voting sites or how states should count absentee ballots, according to a Fox News breakdown of the suits. The RNC...

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US health body rules collision sports cause CTE in landmark change | Concussion in sport

In a move that will have ramifications for collision sports, the US National Institutes of Health has formally acknowledged a causal link between repeated blows to the head and the neurodegenerative disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). The NIH is the largest biomedical research agency in the world, and the decision to rewrite their official guidance...

New York judge rules voting by mail due to COVID fears is unconstitutional
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New York judge rules voting by mail due to COVID fears is unconstitutional

A judge in New York ruled that voting by mail over fears of the coronavirus is unconstitutional. The Democrat-controlled legislature “appears poised to continue the expanded absentee voting provisions of New York State Election Law … in an Orwellian perpetual state of health emergency and cloaked in the veneer of ‘voter enfranchisement,'” Saratoga County Supreme...

New phosphate rules hit thousands of planned new homes
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New phosphate rules hit thousands of planned new homes

Tens of thousands of new homes face being delayed or scrapped because of river pollution that could cost the economy £16bn. Experts say more phosphate, found in animal and human waste, is getting into rivers and affecting water quality. Tougher rules on phosphate river pollution targets have been brought in – but that could affect...

Boris Johnson rules out PM comeback bid
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Boris Johnson rules out PM comeback bid

LONDON — Boris Johnson ruled himself out of running for the Conservative Party leadership on Sunday, despite claiming he had the support required to do so, ending a short-lived attempt to return to the British prime minister’s job he was ousted from little more than three months ago. His withdrawal leaves former Treasury chief Rishi...