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Rock band The Slants battles for its name at Supreme Court

Founder of all-Asian band sees name as empowerment for Asian-American communities, but to federal Patent and Trademark Office, it's racist
CBS News

Supreme Court set for Brexit ruling

Britain's Supreme Court will give their ruling on Brexit on Tuesday and if they rule Theresa May doesn't need parliament's assent it could mean a quick start.
SBS

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News video: Israel: two dead in Bedouin village confrontation

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Two people have died in a confrontation between police and Bedouin villagers in Umm al-Hiran, southern Israel. Officers say an Israeli Arab was shot dead after he rammed his car into a group of..
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News video: Rock band The Slants takes name fight to Supreme Court

Rock band The Slants takes name fight to Supreme Court 03:30

An Oregon rock band heads to the Supreme Court Wednesday to fight for its name. The Asian American group called The Slants has been working to trademark its name for more than six years, but the..
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News video: Plans to Revamp Amtrak Station in North Charleston

Plans to Revamp Amtrak Station in North Charleston

Revitalization plans for a transportation hub in North Charleston remains on schedule.
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News video: Gov. Haley Prepares for Confirmation Hearing

Gov. Haley Prepares for Confirmation Hearing

The South Carolina Governor's senate confirmation hearing will begin Wednesday morning.
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News video: Cesar Awards Chose Polanski As Awards President

Cesar Awards Chose Polanski As Awards President 00:39

Controvserisal filmmaker Roman Polanski will serve as president of this year’s Cesar Awards ceremony. The announcement was made on Wednesday by French Academy . In the announcement Alain Terzian,..
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Canada: Google Supreme Court Case Pits Rule Of Law Against Free Speech - Torys LLP

Should technology companies be legally responsible for policing the global Internet to enforce the laws of any one country?*
Mondaq

Supreme Court Brexit judgment: When is it and will it derail leaving the EU?


Telegraph.co.uk

Jallikattu row: Anger across Tamil Nadu mounts, CM Panneerselvam to meet PM Modi on Thursday

Thousands of students on Wednesday gathered on the sands of Marina beach in Chennai as protests demanding lifting of the ban on bull-taming sport jallikattu snowballed across Tamil Nadu. Faced with..
DNA

Madden Law Opens New Appellate Practice in Washington, D.C.: Big Law Experience, Small Firm Attention

Combining Big Law experience with small firm attention and fees, Jerry Madden is pleased to announce the opening of Madden Law PLLC, a boutique appellate practice in Washington, D.C. Joining Jerry at..
PRWeb

UK Supreme Court says it will give Brexit trigger case ruling on Tuesday

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Supreme Court will deliver its ruling next Tuesday on whether Prime Minister Theresa May can begin the process of leaving the European Union without parliament's assent.
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U.K. Supreme Court to issue Brexit decision next week


MarketWatch

Supreme Court ruling TUESDAY on if MPs must vote on Brexit

supreme court ruling tuesday on if mps must vote on brexit
The eagerly awaited judgement could throw a major spanner in the works of the Prime Minister's timetable for triggering our departure from the EU by the end of March.
MailOnline

SYL Canal row: SC asks states to file replies by Feb. 15

*New Delhi [India], Jan. 18 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked both the Haryana and Punjab government to file their replies on the Sutlej Yamuna Link Canal row within three weeks. The next..
ANI News


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