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  • Tesla's Musk Says Cave Rescuer's Defamation Case Should Be Dismissed

    Tesla's Musk Says Cave Rescuer's Defamation Case Should Be Dismissed

    In a filing on Wednesday with the US District Court in Los Angeles, Musk's lawyers said their client's comments about Vernon Unsworth were free speech protected by the US Constitution's First Amendment.

  • "No Constitutional Amendment Needed" To End Birthright Citizenship: Trump

    "No Constitutional Amendment Needed" To End Birthright Citizenship: Trump

    Babies born in the United States to non-US nationals may soon not be eligible to be a naturalised citizen of the country. US President Donald Trump has said that no constitutional amendment is required to do away with the 'birthright citizenship' - the process by which babies born in the country to non-US nationals automatically become citizens - a...

  • Donald Trump Can't Block Critics On Twitter, Judge Rules

    Donald Trump Can't Block Critics On Twitter, Judge Rules

    President Donald Trump violated the US constitution by blocking Twitter users who disagree with him, a federal judge ruled Wednesday in a case closely watched for implications for online free speech.

  • US Court Says Trump Travel Ban Unlawfully Discriminates Against Muslims

    US Court Says Trump Travel Ban Unlawfully Discriminates Against Muslims

    President Donald Trump's travel ban targeting people from six Muslim-majority countries violates the US Constitution by discriminating on the basis of religion, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday in another legal setback for the policy.

  • US Judge Allows Hawaii To Challenge Donald Trump's New Travel Ban

    US Judge Allows Hawaii To Challenge Donald Trump's New Travel Ban

    A federal judge on Wednesday said the state of Hawaii could file an amended complaint against President Donald Trump's new executive order temporarily banning the entry of refugees and travellers from six Muslim-majority countries.

  • Republican Success Opens Door To Amending US Constitution

    Republican Success Opens Door To Amending US Constitution

    The November election put Republicans in full control of a record number of state legislatures around the country, a level of power that gives the party an unprecedented opportunity: change the US Constitution.

  • The US Presidential Election: A How-To Guide

    The US Presidential Election: A How-To Guide

    The American presidential election falls this year on November 8. The quadrennial exercise always takes place on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November, as spelled out in the US Constitution.

  • Microsoft Sues US Government Over Data Requests

    Microsoft Sues US Government Over Data Requests

    The lawsuit argues that the government is violating the US Constitution by preventing Microsoft from notifying customers about government requests.

  • 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.

  • Barack Obama Tightens Gun Rules, Requires More Background Checks

    Barack Obama Tightens Gun Rules, Requires More Background Checks

    The White House unveiled gun control measures on Monday that require more gun sellers to get licenses and more gun buyers to undergo background checks, moves President Barack Obama said were well within his authority to implement without congressional approval.

  • 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.

  • United States High Court Halts Missouri Execution

    United States High Court Halts Missouri Execution

    The US Supreme Court halted late Tuesday the scheduled execution of a convicted murderer, saying his lethal injection should be delayed pending a ruling on whether his medical condition would cause undue suffering.

  • US Judge Halts Arkansas Executions

    US Judge Halts Arkansas Executions

    A US judge halted the scheduled executions of eight inmates in Arkansas on Friday, preventing what would have been the state's first lethal injections in a decade amid controversy over the drugs used.

  • Teen in Mexico Shot by US Agent Had Rights: Court

    Teen in Mexico Shot by US Agent Had Rights: Court

    A federal appeals court ruled on Monday that a Mexican teenager killed by a Border Patrol agent was protected by the US Constitution, even though the teen was on Mexican soil when he was shot.

  • Edward Snowden says he risks death penalty in asylum request

    Edward Snowden says he risks death penalty in asylum request

    Former US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden told Poland in an asylum request that he risks the death penalty at home, after he disclosed Washington's alleged violations of the US constitution and global treaties.

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'Us Constitution' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Tesla's Musk Says Cave Rescuer's Defamation Case Should Be Dismissed

    Tesla's Musk Says Cave Rescuer's Defamation Case Should Be Dismissed

    In a filing on Wednesday with the US District Court in Los Angeles, Musk's lawyers said their client's comments about Vernon Unsworth were free speech protected by the US Constitution's First Amendment.

  • "No Constitutional Amendment Needed" To End Birthright Citizenship: Trump

    "No Constitutional Amendment Needed" To End Birthright Citizenship: Trump

    Babies born in the United States to non-US nationals may soon not be eligible to be a naturalised citizen of the country. US President Donald Trump has said that no constitutional amendment is required to do away with the 'birthright citizenship' - the process by which babies born in the country to non-US nationals automatically become citizens - a...

  • Donald Trump Can't Block Critics On Twitter, Judge Rules

    Donald Trump Can't Block Critics On Twitter, Judge Rules

    President Donald Trump violated the US constitution by blocking Twitter users who disagree with him, a federal judge ruled Wednesday in a case closely watched for implications for online free speech.

  • US Court Says Trump Travel Ban Unlawfully Discriminates Against Muslims

    US Court Says Trump Travel Ban Unlawfully Discriminates Against Muslims

    President Donald Trump's travel ban targeting people from six Muslim-majority countries violates the US Constitution by discriminating on the basis of religion, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday in another legal setback for the policy.

  • US Judge Allows Hawaii To Challenge Donald Trump's New Travel Ban

    US Judge Allows Hawaii To Challenge Donald Trump's New Travel Ban

    A federal judge on Wednesday said the state of Hawaii could file an amended complaint against President Donald Trump's new executive order temporarily banning the entry of refugees and travellers from six Muslim-majority countries.

  • Republican Success Opens Door To Amending US Constitution

    Republican Success Opens Door To Amending US Constitution

    The November election put Republicans in full control of a record number of state legislatures around the country, a level of power that gives the party an unprecedented opportunity: change the US Constitution.

  • The US Presidential Election: A How-To Guide

    The US Presidential Election: A How-To Guide

    The American presidential election falls this year on November 8. The quadrennial exercise always takes place on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November, as spelled out in the US Constitution.

  • Microsoft Sues US Government Over Data Requests

    Microsoft Sues US Government Over Data Requests

    The lawsuit argues that the government is violating the US Constitution by preventing Microsoft from notifying customers about government requests.

  • 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.

  • Barack Obama Tightens Gun Rules, Requires More Background Checks

    Barack Obama Tightens Gun Rules, Requires More Background Checks

    The White House unveiled gun control measures on Monday that require more gun sellers to get licenses and more gun buyers to undergo background checks, moves President Barack Obama said were well within his authority to implement without congressional approval.

  • 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.

  • United States High Court Halts Missouri Execution

    United States High Court Halts Missouri Execution

    The US Supreme Court halted late Tuesday the scheduled execution of a convicted murderer, saying his lethal injection should be delayed pending a ruling on whether his medical condition would cause undue suffering.

  • US Judge Halts Arkansas Executions

    US Judge Halts Arkansas Executions

    A US judge halted the scheduled executions of eight inmates in Arkansas on Friday, preventing what would have been the state's first lethal injections in a decade amid controversy over the drugs used.

  • Teen in Mexico Shot by US Agent Had Rights: Court

    Teen in Mexico Shot by US Agent Had Rights: Court

    A federal appeals court ruled on Monday that a Mexican teenager killed by a Border Patrol agent was protected by the US Constitution, even though the teen was on Mexican soil when he was shot.

  • Edward Snowden says he risks death penalty in asylum request

    Edward Snowden says he risks death penalty in asylum request

    Former US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden told Poland in an asylum request that he risks the death penalty at home, after he disclosed Washington's alleged violations of the US constitution and global treaties.

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