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Donald Trump wants to show he’s serious about the Supreme Court. To prove it, he’ll unveil on Friday ten additional candidates to complement his original list of hopefuls to occupy a seat on the nation’s high court, according to NBC News. At the top of the GOP nominee’s new list sits Sen. Show More Summary
WhatsApp’s move to share some of users’ information with Facebook isn’t sitting well with India. The country’s Delhi High Court today directed WhatsApp to make two critical alterations to its forthcoming policy changes for Indian customers. SEE...Show More Summary
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A black man who flees police might be trying "to avoid the recurring indignity of being racially profiled" rather than attempting to hide criminal activity, the court says.
One Direction is all set to reunite with former band member Zayn Malik, but the reunion won’t be happening on stage. The band is headed to the Irish High Court. Last week, Irish singer and songwriter David Lewis sued One Direction as well as their long-time collaborators Jamie Scott, John Ryan, and Julian Bunetta, J-14... Show More Summary
Legal challenge brought by five trainee doctors over health secretary’s decision to impose new contract begins in high court Jeremy Hunt acted illegally and beyond his powers by deciding to impose a new contract on NHS junior doctors,...Show More Summary
The Delhi High Court has delivered a landmark judgment which allows a local university copyshop to print course packs, using parts of commercial educational books. The judge held that copyright is not an inevitable or divine right. Copying...Show More Summary
KINSHASA (Reuters) - Democratic Republic of Congo's elections commission on Saturday petitioned the Constitutional Court for a postponement of presidential elections, formally confirming a poll delay that has created a dangerous political impasse.
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OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - Burkina Faso authorities detained a former prime minister on Friday in connection with the violent attempts to put down a protest that ousted ex-President Blaise Compaore, the High Court prosecutor said.
A judge-led report into fatalities in the Iraq war has condemned four British soldiers who allegedly forced an Iraqi teenager into a canal and let him drown. The report by the Iraq Fatality Investigations, led by former High Court judge...Show More Summary
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The state Supreme Court cleared the way Wednesday for a former deputy city attorney in San Francisco to go to trial in a lawsuit claiming she was fired in retaliation for reporting her suspicions of millions of dollars in questionable payments to owners of damaged sewer lines. [...]Show More Summary