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Drawing the Line

Drawing the Line

A famous courtroom artist tells the little-known aspects of his craft, beyond the colorful sketches that you can see.

The new British Prime minister took office, Typhoon Hinnamnor made landfall in South Korea, the U.N. atomic watchdog agency is calling for demilitarized safety zone around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, Russian troops carried out joint military drills with Chinese forces, Russia is in the process of purchasing millions of rockets and artillery shells from North Korea, students in Uvalde walked into their first day of school

The Inflation Reduction Act and the student loan forgiveness program may make inflation worse instead of better

A federal judge granted Trump’s request for a special master, another incident at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant knocked the facility off of the country’s power grid, families in Saskatchewan are grieving today, Queen Elizabeth II is formally appointing a new prime minister, major oil producing countries are cutting their oil supplies to the global economy, the Mississippi governor says he’s hopeful that Jackson residents will have clean drinking water very soon


Mikhail Gorbachev played a key role in the tearing down of the Soviet Union and ending the Cold War

At least 10 people are dead after a series of stabbings in Canada, heavy fighting around Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant partially knocked the facility offline, water is flowing once again in Mississippi, border officials in Texas searched for more drowning victims, firefighters in California are laboring to contain a blaze that sparked out of control, NASA’s new moon rocket remains on the launching pad

A dispute is brewing in New York over its citizens expressing pro-second amendment opinions on Twitter

A football coach sued his school district when the school prohibited him from offering a prayer on the field after games.