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Death sentence upheld for Cleveland man who killed 11 women, hid remains in home

Ohio's Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the conviction and death sentence of Anthony Sowell, who killed 11 women and buried or deposited them on his Cleveland property.

Harry Reid Stands By Rule Change That Will Hurt Democrats Under President Trump

Outgoing Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) defended 2013 legislation that effectively eliminated the use of the filibuster to block a president’s nominees for the federal bench and other top..
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News video: Ohio Has Two Big Abortion Ban Bills That Could Be Passed

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The surprise passage in the Ohio legislature of a so-called heartbeat bill has sparked outrage among supporters of abortion rights nationwide. The legislation bans abortion as early as six weeks..
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News video: Greens To Rally In Michigan As Recounts Head To Court In Three States

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Protesters have planned a rally outside Michigan's highest court after the Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein's efforts for a recount were struck down in federal court. Stein has appealed..
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News video: Arkansas Court Throws out Ruling on Birth Certificate Law

Arkansas Court Throws out Ruling on Birth Certificate Law

Arkansas Court Throws out Ruling on Birth Certificate Law
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News video: Scottish, Welsh Lawyers Ramp Up Pressure in Brexit Case

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Dec.08 -- Bloomberg’s Patrick Gower reports on the latest from the fourth day of the Brexit Supreme Court hearing. He speaks with Mark Barton and Julie Hyman on “Bloomberg Markets.”
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Blaming Russia To Overturn The Election

When the Clinton campaign said it would join the recount in three Rust Belt states narrowly lost to Donald Trump, it didn't say its motive was overcoming the vote totals but instead to find out if..
Huffington Post

Neshaminy appeals to state Supreme Court to keep out charter school

A three-year fight to prevent a Northeast Philadelphia charter school from opening in the Neshaminy School District could be headed to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

Harry Reid's Farewell Address Warns Against Dangers Of The Trump Era

WASHINGTON ― Retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) bade farewell Thursday, citing the words of George Orwell, Leonard Cohen and the Pope to caution America against falling under the..
Huffington Post

"Paper Money Disappears" Among Nomura's 10 Grey Swan Events For 2017

paper money disappears among nomura's 10 grey swan events for 2017
From *"the end of cash"* to *"Trump muzzling The Fed"* to *"Russia going on the warpath",* Nomura unveils its unlikely-but-impactful grey swan scenarios for 2017... As Nomura writes, *while we would..
Zero Hedge

Factbox: What happens if British government loses Brexit trigger case? | Reuters

LONDON What happens if the British government loses its appeal against a High Court ruling that said ministers could not start the process of leaving the European Union without parliament's..

Brexit Supreme Court Case: MPs' motion on Article 50 wasn't legal binding, Government lawyer admits

The lawyers made the admission in the fourth and final day of arguments in the Supreme Court Brexit appeal

UK Supreme Court to decide Brexit trigger case as quickly as possible | Reuters

By Estelle Shirbon and Michael Holden | LONDON LONDON Britain's Supreme Court will decide as quickly as possible whether Prime Minister Theresa May can trigger Britain's exit from the European Union by..

Yesterday's Article 50 motion is not legally binding, court reminds

Yesterday's parliamentary vote to stick to the March 2017 deadline for triggering Article 50 carries little legal clout, lawyers in the country's top court stated today. On the final day of the..
City A.M.

Parliamentary Committee recommends increase in retirement age, fixing minimum tenure for CJI

As the government and the judiciary exchange barbs over rising vacancies in courts, a Parliamentary committee on Thursday recommended increasing the retirement age of Supreme Court judges and fixing a..

Dear Dems: The Sooner You Get Out Of Shock, The Sooner We Can Get Moving

I know that my liberal friends who remain hopeful are not going to want to hear this, but being popular isn't my goal. I prefer the truth. Instead of spending millions of dollars recounting ballots..
Huffington Post

Video Company Sues So They Won't Have To Film Same-Sex Weddings

The husband-and-wife owners of a Christian video and film production company, whose goal is to “glorify God through top-quality media production,” have filed a federal lawsuit challenging a..
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United States: U.S. Supreme Court Creates Test For Assessing Damages For Design Patent Infringement - Jones Day

Addressing design patents for the first time in over a century, the U.S. Supreme Court in Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. v. Apple Inc. reversed the Federal Circuit's interpretation of .

UK Supreme Court president says it will give Article 50 case judgement "as soon as possible"

LONDON (Reuters) - The UK Supreme Court will give its judgement on whether Prime Minister Theresa May can trigger the formal process for Britain to leave the European Union without parliament's..
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Decision on Ombudsman Labor rorts probe

The Supreme Court will decide whether to give the Victorian government leave to appeal a ruling that allows the Ombudsman to probe rorting allegations.

SC moved to stop Aircel-Maxis from selling spectrum to Airtel, Rilcom

A plea was on Thursday filed in the Supreme Court seeking directions to the Centre, CBI and ED to stop Aircel-Maxis from selling allotted spectrum to Bharti Airtel and Reliance Communications, claiming..

Arkansas court throws out ruling on birth certificate law

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas’ highest court has thrown out a judge’s ruling that could have allowed married same-sex couples to get the names of both spouses on their children’s birth..
Seattle Times

Supreme Court president: Court won't overturn Brexit vote

supreme court president: court won't overturn brexit vote
The Brexit hearing draws to a close with a reminder the court will not overturn the referendum.
BBC News

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