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Biden lifts sanctions on International Criminal Court officials

“We continue to disagree strongly with the ICC's actions relating to the Afghanistan and Palestinian situations,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a...

Biden’s border crisis? Children appearing in immigration court alone

Roberto E. Reyes-Perez visits virtually with migrant children housed in federal shelters hour after hour, day after day, explaining their rights in the U.S. immigration...

Aid worker Zaghari-Ratcliffe freed by Iran, but faces new court date – POLITICO

British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was freed from house arrest in Iran Sunday at the end of a five-year prison sentence on spying charges,...

Facebook’s ‘Supreme Court’ to receive new powers – POLITICO

The outside group with the final say on whether Donald Trump can be reinstated on Facebook is expected to be given greater powers in...

Alexei Navalny’s appeal rejected by Moscow court – POLITICO

MOSCOW — A Moscow appeals court on Saturday rejected opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s demand to be released from custody, ensuring Russian President Vladimir Putin’s...

UK Supreme Court rules Uber drivers are workers – POLITICO

In a blow to the ride-hailing app, the U.K.'s top court unanimously ruled Friday that Uber drivers are workers, upholding previous decisions by lower...

Ex-NSA Director Michael Hayden Wants Supreme Court To Declare Military Draft Unconstitutional

Former National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden was one of 10 retired military leaders that filed an amicus brief on Wednesday in support of...

Supreme Court lifts California worship bans prompted by coronavirus

Perhaps the most surprising aspect of the Friday night ruling: new Justice Amy Coney Barrett, whose conservative Catholic views drew suspicion from many liberals...

Supreme Court wary of quick ruling on Trump drive to exclude many immigrants from census

Indeed, many of the justices appeared uncomfortable with diving into the issue amid a profound lack of clarity about the Census Bureau’s ability to...

Pennsylvania high court tosses lawmaker’s petition to halt election certification

“At the time this action was filed on November 21, 2020, millions of Pennsylvania voters had already expressed their will in both the June...

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