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Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi testifies in court but a gag order prevents her defense from being made public

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Myanmar's ousted civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi testified in court on Tuesday for the first time since she was overthrown in a military coup. Her courtroom testimony in the capital Naypyidaw, sin embargo, was not pub...

Supreme Court justices may have met a vaccine mandate some of them don’t like

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A group of unvaccinated Maine health care workers are asking the Supreme Court to block a state rule that mandates certain health care facilities require their employees to be fully vaccinated, arguing that the requ...

enero 6 defendant spoke at far-right rally attended by Proud Boys, despite court order against associating with the group

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An Arizona political commentator charged in the US Capitol riot spoke at a small right-wing rally in Phoenix last month that was attended by over a dozen Proud Boys, even though a federal judge had ordered him not t...

La esposa separada de Robert De Niro no recibirá la mitad de los ingresos de actuación de la estrella, reglas de la corte

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Hightower argumentó que un 2004 acuerdo prenupcial que hizo con el hombre de 78 años "irlandés" La estrella le dio derecho a la mitad de sus ganancias de cuando estaban juntos, alegando que son bienes matrimoniales que se dividirán. ...

Maine health care workers appeal to Supreme Court after federal court upholds state’s vaccine mandate

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A group of unvaccinated Maine health care workers asked the Supreme Court Wednesday to step in and block enforcement of the state's coronavirus vaccine mandate. The mandate is set to go into force on October 29 y ...

Now that guns can kill hundreds in minutes, Supreme Court should rethink the rights question

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Jennifer Tucker is an associate professor of history at Wesleyan University, Vice President of the Association of Firearms History & Museums, and co-editor of "A Right to Bear Arms? The Contested Role of History ...

Karim Benzema and Mathieu Valbuena: A ​blackmail ​allegation and a sex tapetwo French footballers face off in court

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Paris A sex-tape, alleged blackmail and two French soccer stars: as the trial of French striker Karim Benzema kicks off today, it was always going to draw attention. Benzema, who plays club football for Real Madrid,...

24 GOP AGs piden a la Corte Suprema que defienda los derechos de la Primera Enmienda del entrenador de la escuela secundaria despedido por rezar en el campo

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El grupo, dirigido por el Fiscal General de Arizona Mark Brnovich, El Procurador General de Texas Ken Paxton y el Procurador General de Alaska Treg Taylor, presentó un escrito de amicus el martes pidiendo al tribunal superior que revise un Noveno Circuito Co ...

Ally of Venezuela’s Maduro appears in court on graft charges

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Alex Saab's legs shook nervously while seated as he waited, handcuffed and in an orange jumpsuit, for the start of the hearing, which took place via Zoom with more than 350 journalists, gawking opponents of Maduro an...

Búsqueda de Brian Laundrie: Motive in prior domestic incident could be used in court, abogado dice

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The FBI issued an arrest warrant for Laundrie on Sept. 23, accusing him of using an unidentified person’s Capital One card and the personal identification number to charge or withdraw over $ 1,000 between Aug. 30 un...

Justice Department asks Supreme Court to block Texas’ 6-week abortion ban

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The Justice Department formally asked the Supreme Court Monday to step in and block a controversial Texas law that bars most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy while legal challenges play out. The emergency appl...

Biden admin tells Supreme Court that Guantanamo detainee can provide limited testimony

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The Biden administration has informed the Supreme Court that Abu Zubaydah, a former associate of Osama bin Laden who was subject to enhanced interrogation techniques in a CIA detention center and is currently held i...

La comisión de la Corte Suprema de Biden debate el empaquetamiento de la corte en medio de una reacción liberal al enfoque dividido de la reforma

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Los materiales de discusión presentaron una visión mixta sobre el empaquetamiento de la cancha., lo que provocó una reacción violenta de algunos progresistas que creen que Biden y los demócratas en el Congreso deberían llenar la corte con múltiples jueces liberales después de Repu ...

5th Circuit Court grants a stay, allows Texas abortion bill to go into effect

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The decision Thursday could push the law closer to returning to the U.S. Corte Suprema, which has already once allowed the restrictions to take effect without ruling on its constitutionality. The Texas law bans abort...

Carrie Severino: Clarence Thomas’ 30 years of fearlessness, foresight on the Supreme Court

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Thirty years have passed since his confirmation to the Supreme Court, and he has amassed a record as the court’s staunchest defender of constitutional originalism or interpreting the Constitution according to its ori...

Texas abortion law to remain in force, federal appeals court says

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The 5th US Circuit Court of Appeals said Thursday that it will allow Texas' six-week abortion ban to stay in force while it considers an appeal of a judge's order blocking the new law. The vote of the panel was 2-...

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