CNN: Three men found guilty in murder of Ahmaud Arbery.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Suspect in Waukesha car slayings charged.
The Marshall Project: Why my first Thanksgiving in prison was the best I'd had in a long time.
Now this is what I think of when I think of redemption. It was only one day, and then everything went back to how it was. But this is how change happens, one day at a time. People learn about kindness and hope and change through individual moments that eventually add up to a different person. Those moments felt so scarce behind bars.
CNBC: Justice Department sues to stop big sugar merger.
The civil antitrust lawsuit, filed in federal court in Delaware, aims to stop the United States Sugar from buying Imperial Sugar. The corporations are rivals in the “already cozy” sugar industry, said Jonathan Kanter, assistant attorney general of the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division, in a press release.
“This deal substantially lessens competition at a time when global supply chain challenges already threaten steady access to important commodities and goods,” Kanter added.
Slate: The Charlottesville verdict is a win.
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