Supreme Court's decision is separate from a case pending before high court over legality of President Biden's plan to cancel $430 billion in student debt for about 40 million borrowers.
Israeli demonstrators crowd Tel Aviv in 14th week of protests against PM Benjamin Netanyahu's plans to reform judiciary amid days of escalating violence on multiple fronts.
Israel’s most extreme right-dominated government ever is seeking to undermine the judiciary’s independence. And the people are pushing back.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's plan to overhaul the judiciary is facing mounting opposition as tens of thousands of people burst into the streets around the country in a spontaneous show of anger over planned reforms.
Israel's parliament ratifies law limiting the circumstances in which a prime minister can be removed, a move critics say is meant to shield the incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu from any fallout from his corruption trials.
Israelis pack streets of cities and towns in nationwide demonstrations, now in their 11th week, against plans by extreme right-wing government to curtail Supreme Court's powers.
Habib Farajollah Chaab, who was found guilty on charges of "corruption on earth" and the formation of a rebel group, was sentenced to death on December 6.
Thousands of Israelis are protesting the government’s plan over fears that it will weaken the Supreme Court, restrict judges’ authority, and endanger democratic institutions.
Tens of thousands protest against PM Netanyahu's new far-right coalition and its plans to clip powers of Supreme Court that critics say will undermine democracy.
Israelis flock to Tel Aviv and other cities to protest against judicial reform plans by PM Benjamin Netanyahu's far-right government that protesters say will threaten democracy and promote corruption.
Justice Minister Yariv Levin introduces proposals that call for sweeping changes aimed at curbing powers of judiciary, including rulings outlawing Israeli outposts on private Palestinian land in occupied West Bank.
Democrats in Congress unveil six years of Donald Trump's tax records to public, disclosing documents ex-president long sought to keep secret and dealing another setback as he again seeks White House in 2024.
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