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Indian court asks YouTube to share user's IP address, identity in defamation case

YouTube has landed itself in hot water in India.  SEE ALSO: Internet users in developed world more wary of tech's drawbacks India’s Madras High Court directed YouTube and Google to share with the government details of a user who uploaded and published a questionable video. Show More Summary

First UK legal ruling on Brexit due in Belfast Friday

The High Court in Belfast will rule Friday on Northern Ireland's entitlement to veto the UK's departure from the European Union -- the first opinion by a UK judge on Brexit. With other legal challenges under way in Britain, the outcome will be closely monitored by politicians and financial markets. Show More Summary

"I think the Supreme Court is awful. I think it’s reached a real nadir."

"Probably only a couple of the justices, Breyer and Ginsburg, are qualified. They’re okay, they’re not great."Said Judge Richard Posner of the Seventh Circuit."Qualified" is the new high standard. We're lucky to get an okay judge these days. Greatness is showy and not a good way to get a lofty judicial nomination. Greatness is disqualifying... and I'm sure Posner knows that.

Thomas criticizes broken confirmation process for high court

Justice Clarence Thomas said Wednesday that the Supreme Court confirmation process is an example of how the nation's capital is "broken in some ways." Thomas reflected on his 25 years … Click to Continue »

Northern Ireland court to rule on Brexit challenge on Friday

BELFAST (Reuters) - Northern Ireland's High Court will rule on Friday on a challenge against British plans to leave the European Union without a vote in parliament, the first judgment in legal cases that are being closely watched by politicians and markets.

Family of Brooklyn teen shot, killed near school weep in court

23 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

After school was dismissed at an East New York high school, a teen was murdered by another in a senseless act of gun violence.

Clarence Thomas Celebrates 25 Years on the Supreme Court Standing Up for Life

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas has been a champion for life on the high court for the past 25 years. From the time he was appointed in 1991, Thomas’s views on the Constitutionality of abortion have been giving hope to pro-lifers and causing fury among abortion activists. He marked his 25th year on the […]

Homeless advocates ask high court to block Ohio ballot rules

The Ohio Democratic Party and advocates for the homeless are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take up their case challenging rules for handling thousands of absentee and provisional ballots … Click to Continue »

South Africa's Zuma to suspend disbarred prosecutors

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African President Jacob Zuma will suspend two deputy national prosecutors, at least one of whom is seen as a key ally of the president, after a High Court in September disbarred them.

Judge Richard Posner On SCOTUS: ‘The Supreme Court Is Awful’

Judge Posner thinks that only two justices are qualified to sit on the high court.

Judge Takes Child “Forced” To Identify As Transgender Away From Mother

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

A high court judge ruled the woman caused her child "significant emotional harm."

Dustin Brown Can Make A Lob Look Sexy

5 days agoSports : Deadspin

As far as outright winners go, lobs might be the least exhilarating way to terminate a point of tennis. You plop the tennis ball high into the air, way out of your opponent’s reach, and then it falls way back down into the court, hooray. Show More Summary

African press review 21 October 2016

The Ugandan High Court frees a treason suspect on bail. Tanzania's governemnt wants the nation's schoolchildren to plant trees. The United Nations' Environment Programme would probably approve, since they're worried about the climatic impact of deforestation. And what does South Africa's new Public Protector stand for?

Palestinians across the political spectrum express outrage over cancelled elections

The Palestinian Authority’s high court has delayed elections, once set for Oct. 9, because of concerns that it was impossible to ensure free and fair voting in the Gaza. The decision comes as two rival Palestinian parties, Hamas in Gaza and Fatah in the West Bank, continue to struggle for power. Show More Summary

Highsnobiety’s “Somnambule” FW16 Editorial Is All About the High-End Chic Vibes

Highsnobiety‘s latest in-house editorial shows off a variety of FW16 looks and is titled “Somnambule” (French for sleepwalking, FYI). This one’s all about the chic, high fashion vibes, with luxe tailoring taking center stage, courtesy of the likes of Marcelo Burlon County of Milan, Fendi and Joseph. Key pieces are the black and white splattered […]

Former High School Teacher Slits Throat In Court Moments After Being Convicted Of Raping Girl

The Huntington Beach resident faces faces up to 66 years to life in prison. [ more › ]

Alabama's High Court Homophobe Refuses to Clean Out His Deak

After being suspended for fighting marriage equality, former Alabama chief justice Roy Moore is digging in his heels.

Egyptian high court reverses 14 death sentences against Islamists

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's highest court on Wednesday quashed death sentences imposed on 14 Islamists over an attack on a police station in protest at the military's overthrow in 2013 of then-President Mohamed Mursi, the state news agency MENA said.

Montenegro faces post-election crisis over alleged Serb plot

Montenegro's High Court has ordered the month-long detention of a group of Serbians suspected of planning an anti-government attack during parliamentary elections at the weekend, whose result the opposition contested Wednesday. Authorities...Show More Summary

The drip feed over Brexit strategy is hardly encouraging and requires wholesale review in Northern Ireland

We inch forward in a long struggle for clarity..  The legal  challenge in the English High Court  to triggering  Article 50 without  parliamentary approval drew this  insouciant admission from a barrister in reply to  a sharp  question from the Lord Chief Justice. But  how meaningful would a take –it-or-leave-it vote be? James Eadie QC, defending more...

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