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.
Bolsonaro, reportedly, left his official residence without comment on Monday morning for the presidential offices, where he was photographed walking down a corridor with a grim face.
Supreme Court orders police chiefs of two states and capital New Delhi to take action against hate speeches, "irrespective of the religion that the maker of the speech or the person who commit such act belongs to."
The report urges the judiciary to acknowledge its racism and "overhaul the whole process of judicial appointments".
Donald Trump asks justices to block part of a lower court's ruling that prevents an independent arbiter from vetting more than 100 documents marked as classified by FBI seized during raid at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate.
The administration of President Joe Biden condemns Indiana's new ban on abortions, calling it another extreme attempt by Republicans to trample women's rights.
Mohammed Zubair was arrested last month over what police claim was a “highly provocative” 2018 tweet aimed at straining ties between majority Hindus and minority Muslims.
The announcement from the tech giant comes a week after the US Supreme Court made the tectonic decision to strip American women of constitutional rights to abortion.
Fifty-one-year-old's appointment by Democratic President Joe Biden means white men are not in the majority on the nation's Supreme Court for the first time in 233 years.
The legislation includes enhanced background checks for younger buyers and US federal cash for states introducing 'red flag' laws that allow courts to temporarily remove weapons from those considered a threat.
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