WBAY.com: Judge dismisses Michael Gableman's lawsuit against mayors and other officials.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Netflix to release Jeffrey Dahmer documentary on Oct. 7.
Directed by documentary veteran Joe Berlinger, who also made the "Conversations" installments on serial killers Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy, the series features "never-before-heard" interviews between Dahmer and his defense team "answering open questions of police accountability through a modern-day lens."
CNN: U.S. Supreme Court fence has been removed.
CNN: Yeshiva University seeks U.S. Supreme Court review of order requiring it to allow LGBTQ student group.
In court papers, the school says that "As a deeply religious Jewish university, Yeshiva cannot comply with that order because doing so would violate its sincere religious beliefs about how to form its undergraduate students in Torah values."
Cleveland.com: Research model predicts that largest wave of opioid deaths has begun.
In 2018, deaths in urban areas began spiking right alongside rural areas – and that is something that researchers had not seen before in the history of the opioid crisis. It’s also something (researcher Lori Ann) Post takes as red flag for what’s to come.
“In 2018 is when it just turns straight upwards, and all different types of counties – urban and rural – they converge together for the first time in over 20 years. They all turn upwards and start to accelerate and get to their highest point ever.
CNN: Secret Service Assistant Director Tony Ornato retires.
Above the Law: Law firm Jones Day's MAGA practice.
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