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The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Monday reversed a preliminary injunction previously implemented to bar the enforcement of an Indiana law requiring fetal remains to be either buried or cremated by clinics that provide abortion. The ruling reverses a September district court decision which barred enforcement of a series of provisions of [...]

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E. Jean Carroll, a writer for Elle magazine, Thursday filed an amended lawsuit against former President Donald Trump, minutes after New York’s Adult Survivor’s Act went into effect. She previously filed a defamation suit against Trump in 2019 for statements he made against her when she publicly accused him of sexual assault. In the amended [...]

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The US Department of State Thursday released a letter stating that Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohhammed bin Salman should have immunity in a US case regarding his role in the murder of Saudi-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The Biden Administration’s suggestion for bin Salman’s immunity was filed with the court on Thursday and [...]

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The Democratic Party of Georgia, Democratic Senatorial Capaign Committee and Warnock for Georgia Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit against the State of Georgia after Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger barred polls from opening for early voting on November 26. The lawsuit seeks immediate relief in the form of a temporary restraining order or interlocutory injunction [...]

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As of Thursday, more than 100 people have joined a lawsuit against the US government concerning water contaminated with jet fuel. The plaintiffs seek legal remedy under the Federal Tort Claims Act, which provides for compensation for personal injury, death, or property loss or damage from a negligent or wrongful act of an employee of [...]

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In a report filed by Human Rights Watch (HRW) in conjunction with Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC), the groups called for countries to address the risks and costs caused to civilians by incendiary weapons. The report states that incendiary weapons cause both short- and long-term physical harm to civilians because of the [...]

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The United States Supreme Court Monday denied the appeal of Ramin Khorrami, an Arizona man who was convicted of fraud before an eight-member jury. Khorrami seeks a new trial, arguing that his Sixth and Fourteenth Amendment rights were violated because he was deprived of a trial before a 12-member jury. If it had chosen to [...]

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A group of former and current Twitter employees Thursday filed a class action lawsuit in the San Francisco Division of the US District Court for the Northern District of California. The lawsuit comes amid widespread layoffs at the company, spearheaded by new CEO Elon Musk. Musk acquired the company after completing a deal Oct. 27 [...]

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Human rights advocacy groups Justice for Sisters, Amnesty International of Malaysia, Women’s March Malaysia and 17 other organizations Tuesday called for an end to raids on LGBTQ+ people carried out by multiple policing organizations in Malaysia. The demand comes after a police raid of a Halloween party in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. The Royal Malaysia [...]

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