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North Korea Parliament alters constitution to solidify power of Kim Jong Un
The 2nd Session of the 14th Supreme People's Assembly(SPA) of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) decided on amendments and supplements to the nation's Socialist Constitution on Thursday to solidify the power of leader, Kim Jong Un. C (More)
Ninth Circuit upholds Montana law requiring certain nonprofit groups to register as political committees
The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled Monday that certain Montana nonprofit organizations that run targeted advertisements 60 days before the election must register as political committees. The lawsuit was originally brought by the N (More)
Utah Supreme Court rejects citizens' demands on medical marijuana referendum
A unanimous ruling by the Utah Supreme Court Tuesday denied a petition by citizens to block the governor's and legislature's actions on a medical marijuana bill. The case revolves around two tools the citizens of Utah have for enacting laws throug (More)
Federal judge dismisses DNC lawsuit against Trump campaign and Russian agents
A federal judge in the Southern District of New York on Tuesday dismissed the Democratic National Committee's (DNC) lawsuit against the Trump campaign and various alleged Russian agents for hacking in the 2016 election. The DNC brought this suit (More)
Federal judge affirms New Jersey's ban on 10-round gun magazines
US District Judge Peter Sheridan on Monday affirmed lower court's ruling on a constitutional challenge to New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy's ban on 10 round gun magazines. Murphy signed the ban into effect in June 2018 in order to reduce the number (More)
Brazil pension reform bill delayed
The pension reform bill passed by the Chamber of Deputies of the National Congress of Brazil last week will reportedly be delayed possibly as late as August. Pension reform has been a key issue for Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro since taking o (More)
Federal appeals court rules against Florida County prayer policy
The US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled unanimously Monday against a prayer policy in Brevard County, Florida, that excluded certain groups from giving an invocation. The plaintiffs were five individuals who identify as atheist or S (More)
Federal appeals court rules Trump cannot block Twitter followers
A three-judge panel for the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled Tuesday that President Donald Trump cannot selectively block followers of his Twitter with whom he disagrees. The ruling affirmed a decision by a judge for the US Distri (More)
Federal judge blocks enforcement of Ohio law that would ban abortion at six weeks
Judge Michael Barrett of the US District Court for the Southern District of Ohio signed an order on Wednesday that blocks Ohio from enforcing a new law that would have banned most abortions beginning as early as the sixth week of pregnancy. Senate (More)
Gun rights advocates sue to block California minimum age law
A group of Second Amendment advocates, including the Firearms Policy Coalition and the Calguns Foundation, filed a complaint Tuesday in the United States District Court Southern District of California seeking to have California Penal Code Section 275 (More)
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