Nothing is going to stand in the way of Mitch McConnell's last grand "fuck you" to President Obama—not even the prospect of Donald Trump picking the next Supreme Court justice. WASHINGTON — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)...Show More Summary
The proposed Rule 41 changes recently adopted by the US Supreme Court can't go into force fast enough for the FBI. The changes -- if approved by Congress (which needs to do nothing more than literally nothing for this to happen) -- would...Show More Summary
Everybody thinks Donald Trump will lose the general election in November. If that's true, what should Republicans do about the Supreme Court? Go ahead and confirm Merrick Garland. He's about as good as they're likely to get from a Democrat. Continue...Show More Summary
The Supreme Court -- at the behest of the US government -- has announced changes to "Rule 41," a crucial procedure of the US court system, which will give law enforcement sweeping powers to hack into computers anywhere in the world, including victims' computers, with drastically reduced oversight. (more…)
The Hungarian government’s plans to hold a referendum on whether it will accept the EU’s quota system on accepting migrants has been approved by the country’s top court, Hungary Today reported. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s...Show More Summary
Supreme Court will take up case over cheerleader uniforms, GSU wants $3.3 million in attorneys fees and Sega opens doors to both mods and infringements. The post 3 Count: Give Me a S-C-O-T-U-S appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
A homeless man in Genoa finally caught a break this week when Italy’s Supreme Court of Cassation ruled that the act he committed was “not a crime” because it was committed “in the face of the immediate and essential need for nourishment.”
There hasn't much action in the Supreme Court fight in recent weeks. The results of the Indiana primary have changed the nature of the game.
What’s a fast food company to do when duly elected government officials enact a law designed to make companies treat their workers like human beings? In McDonald’s case, the answer is “sue all the way to the Supreme Court.” On Monday, though, the highest court in the land basically kidney-punched Ronald McDonald right in his
SHORT OF NUCLEAR WAR, ANYTHING THAT SCARES HARRY REID IS GOOD BY ME: Reid to PJM: Cruz or Lee on Supreme Court Should ‘Scare You.’
Could a lawsuit against North Carolina's infamous anti-LGBT bill win transgender Americans their first precedent-setting victory at the Supreme Court?
The Supreme Court may rule sooner than expected on whether the Washington Redskins are entitled to trademark protection for their controversial name. The outcome, we hope, will be a holding by the court that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office may not withhold trademark protection from a business...
India’s Supreme Court says the tobacco industry must adhere to federal rules requiring stringent health warnings on cigarette packs. ||| New Delhi - India's Supreme Court on Wednesday said the tobacco industry must adhere to federalShow More Summary
The Washington-centric battle goes local, where Republican senators are most vulnerable.
The Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United marches like a zombie precedent, destroying all in its path. First the case turned the law of campaign finance into a useless corpse. Now it appears the law of political bribery is the next victim. Citizens United let rich people buy candidates; now they may be able to purchase office-holders, too.
A new report from the Congressional Research Service examines Judge Merrick Garland’s approach to various domains of the law in an attempt to assess what the impact would be if his nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court were ever confirmed by the U.S. Show More Summary
Brazilian Prosecutor-General Rodrigo Janot requested the country’s Supreme Court to open a probe into President Dilma Rousseff's alleged attempts to obstruct a corruption investigation around the state-owned Petrobras oil company, G1 news portal reported.
By Alastair Davis, an Intern in the Lowy Institute's Melanesia Program. Following the unanimous ruling by the Papua New Guinean Supreme Court that the detention of people at the processing facility on Manus Island is illegal, the question of responsibility for the 850 asylum seekers and refugees is under negotiation. Show More Summary
The PNG Supreme court ruling last week that the detention of asylum seekers at the Manus Island was illegal did not come as a surprise. The PNG judiciary has always been fiercely independent and it proved so once again. It is also not...Show More Summary
The list of new library titles added to the Supreme Court of Canada collection for April 16-30, 2016 is now available on the Court website. It is possible to subscribe via e-mail to receive the list.