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Supreme Court Allows Extended Family Exceptions To Trump Travel Ban

Supreme Court Allows Extended Family Exceptions To Trump Travel Ban

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to disturb part of a federal judge’s decision that exempted grandparents and grandchildren from President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban. The order (PDF) did not disturb U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson’s ruling that the travel ban can’t be used to exclude “grandparents, grandchildren, ...

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Supreme Court agrees to hear the most important partisan gerrymandering case in years

Supreme Court agrees to hear the most important partisan gerrymandering case in years

The U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether judges can throw out legislative maps as being so partisan they violate the Constitution, taking up a case that could put a powerful new check on gerrymandering. The justices agreed to hear arguments on a Wisconsin map that a lower court said was ...

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Lionel Messi gets 21 month sentence by Supreme Court for Tax Fraud

Lionel Messi gets 21 month sentence by Supreme Court for tax fraud

Lionel Messi has failed in his appeal against a 21-month prison sentence for tax fraud. The Barcelona star was sentenced last July but chose to appeal the decision, along with his father Jorge who was given the same punishment. Jorge today had his sentence reduced to 15 months. It is ...

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Supreme Court Strikes Down Voting Gerrymandered North Carolina Districts, Citing Racially Bias

Supreme Court Strikes Down Gerrymandered North Carolina Districts, Citing Racial Bias

The Supreme Court on Monday struck down two North Carolina congressional districts, ruling that lawmakers had violated the Constitution by relying too heavily on race in drawing them. The court rejected arguments from state lawmakers that their purpose in drawing the maps was not racial discrimination but partisan advantage. The ...

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Venezuela Supreme Court Assumes Congress Power and Control

Venezuela Supreme Court Assumes Powers of Opposition Controlled Congress

Venezuela’s Supreme Court has ruled that it will take over the opposition-led Congress’ legislative powers, in a move condemned by opposition parties as an attempt to install a dictatorship. The court, which has consistently sided with President Nicolas Maduro’s administration, said late on Wednesday that as long as the Congress ...

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Norway’s Supreme Court Refused Edward Snowden’s Extradition Lawsuit

Norway's Supreme Court Refused Edward Snowden's Extradition Lawsuit

Norway’s supreme court on Friday rejected a final appeal by fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden to secure assurances he would not be extradicted to the US should he travel to Norway to collect an award. Just as was the case in an original lawsuit and the subsequent appeal to a lower ...

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Romell Broom Who Survived 2009 Execution Appeal to US Supreme Court

Romell Broom Who Survived 2009 Execution Appeals to US Supreme Court

Romell Broom survived a 2009 attempt to put him to death via lethal injection for the murder of a 14-year-old girl in 1984. His lawyers argue a second attempt would constitute cruel and unusual punishment. A condemned Ohio killer who survived a 2009 botched execution is asking the U.S. Supreme ...

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