NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Ari Berman, Mother Jones' voting rights reporter, about the latest news on Florida's legislation that allows former felons to vote. NPR - Published Also reported by •CBS News
A 30-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a man in Newton Poppleford following a caravan fire on Thursday 9 January.
Lewis Finch, aged 30 from Newton Drive in Exmouth, has been charged.. Devon and Cornwall Police - Published
Convicted IRA member John Downey was an "active participant" in the July 1982 Hyde Park bombing, the High Court has ruled. Families of four British soldiers killed in the bombing brought a civil case..
A three-judge panel of the Richmond, Virginia-based 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found that the law targets political expression and compels certain speech, and affirmed a lower court's ruling to..
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A transgender convict has lost a federal appeal to have her name changed in court records — and to have the appeals court refer to her with feminine pronouns. The case of Norman.. Seattle Times - Published
Citing freedom of expression, a Lisbon court has ruled against Isabel dos Santos, the billionaire daughter of Angola's former president, who had demanded the removal of several tweets by a long-time.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
An Ivory Coast high court on Friday ruled that ex-rebel leader and presidential candidate Guillaume Soro could face trial, allowing state prosecutors to continue their investigation into a coup plot.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
A recent opinion by the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit may change the way the government pursues − and litigants defend − criminal insider trading cases across the country. Mondaq - Published
Opposition candidates want the result of the March 9 elections overturned.
The post LIVE UPDATES: Supreme Court rules on Sokoto, Kano, other governorship appeals appeared first on Premium Times.. Premium Times Nigeria - Published
India's government has one week to review a long-running internet shutdown in Kashmir after the country's Supreme Court ruled that internet access is protected under the Indian constitution. Kashmir.. engadget - Published
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Lawyers for Maine families that want the state to pay their religious school tuition said Friday they’ll appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court if an appellate court rules in favor.. Seattle Times - Published