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  • Supreme Court Deals Blow To Obama Climate Plan

    Supreme Court Deals Blow To Obama Climate Plan

    The US Supreme Court on Tuesday put on hold a sweeping plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from coal-fueled power plants, dealing a significant blow to President Barack Obama's efforts to rein in climate change.

  • US Court Won't Let North Dakota Enforce Tough Abortion Law

    US Court Won't Let North Dakota Enforce Tough Abortion Law

    The US Supreme Court refused on Monday to review lower court rulings overturning North Dakota's ban on abortion at six weeks of pregnancy - before many women know they're pregnant.

  • Barack Obama Faces Immigration Hurdles Even If He Wins At High Court

    Barack Obama Faces Immigration Hurdles Even If He Wins At High Court

    If the U.S. Supreme Court endorses a key immigration initiative of President Barack Obama protecting more than 4 million illegal immigrants from deportation, his administration could face a surge of applicants and little time to process them before he leaves office in January 2017.

  • Sabarimala Petitioner Alleges 500 Threat Calls

    Sabarimala Petitioner Alleges 500 Threat Calls

    A lawyer who is leading the campaign for the famous Sabarimala temple in Kerala to allow entry to women, has received 500 threatening phone calls, many of them from the US, in recent days, the Supreme Court was informed today.

  • Iran Frees US Sailors, Heading Off Crisis

    Iran Frees US Sailors, Heading Off Crisis

    Iran moved Wednesday to head off a potential crisis days before the expected implementation of its nuclear deal with world powers by releasing 10 US Navy soldiers it had detained in the Gulf.

  • Philippine Court Allows Military Deal With US As Sides Meet In Washington

    Philippine Court Allows Military Deal With US As Sides Meet In Washington

    The Philippines Supreme Court on Tuesday declared constitutional a security deal with the United States allowing an increased U.S. military presence in the former U.S. colony as tension rises in the South China Sea.

  • Philippine Supreme Court Declares Military Deal with US Constitutional

    Philippine Supreme Court Declares Military Deal with US Constitutional

    The Philippine Supreme Court today declared a security deal with the United States constitutional, allowing an increased US military presence in its former colony as tensions rise in the South China Sea.

  • Florida Man Who Killed 3 Women Scheduled For Execution

    Florida Man Who Killed 3 Women Scheduled For Execution

    Oscar Ray Bolin was first found guilty of murdering three women nearly 30 years ago. In the decades since, every one of the verdicts delivered by juries in three separate trials was reversed at least twice by appeals courts, although ultimately he was convicted again in each case: 10 times by 10 juries, to be exact.

  • Former Goldman Sachs Director Rajat Gupta's Latest Bid To Reverse Insider Trading Conviction Fails

    Former Goldman Sachs Director Rajat Gupta's Latest Bid To Reverse Insider Trading Conviction Fails

    Less than three months before his two-year prison term ends, India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta has lost yet another bid to overturn his conviction on insider trading charges, with an appeals court in New York rejecting his latest legal challenge.

  • UAE Supreme Court Charges Man For Plotting Attack on Yas Marina Circuit

    UAE Supreme Court Charges Man For Plotting Attack on Yas Marina Circuit

    The UAE Supreme Court has charged a man with seven terror-related offences, which included plotting attacks on the Yas Marina circuit, Ikea, and a US military base in Abu Dhabi.

  • Delhi Gang-Rape: 'Government Has Failed Us', Says Mother Of Student

    Delhi Gang-Rape: 'Government Has Failed Us', Says Mother Of Student

    The mother of a medical student who was raped and tortured on a moving bus in Delhi in 2012 has said the women's panel's late night plea in the Supreme Court against the release of the youngest convict in the case is "just for show" and added that the government "has failed us."

  • Court Ruling Is Latest Setback For Japan's Working Women

    Court Ruling Is Latest Setback For Japan's Working Women

    A Supreme Court decision in Japan this week, widely viewed as a setback for women's rights and a victory for conservative family values, upheld a 19th-century law that requires married couples to adopt one surname for legal purposes. The ruling underscores the persistent challenges for working women in Japan, despite government rhetoric and some pr...

  • US Executions At Lowest Level Since 1991

    US Executions At Lowest Level Since 1991

    The number of people executed in the United States this year dropped to the lowest level since 1991, as states impose fewer death sentences and defendants in capital cases get access to better legal help.

  • Samsung Appeals Apple Patent 'Windfall' Ruling To US Supreme Court

    Samsung Appeals Apple Patent 'Windfall' Ruling To US Supreme Court

    Samsung took to the US Supreme Court on Monday in a last-ditch effort to pare back the more than $548 million in damages it must pay Apple for infringing the patents and designs of the iPhone.

  • Samsung Takes Apple Patent Case to US Supreme Court

    Samsung Takes Apple Patent Case to US Supreme Court

    The two hi-tech behemoths went to court over the designs that have now become commonplace on most popular smartphones.

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