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'Drunk' Kavanaugh used to behave inappropriately with girls: New accuser

Swetnick said in a statement released by her lawyer that events took place at parties she attended while high school student in Maryland.

27 Sep 2018 11:05 AM

'Con Game': Trump trashes sex assault allegations against Kavanaugh

The Senate, led by Trump's fellow Republicans, plans to move forward quickly with a confirmation vote.

26 Sep 2018 8:26 AM

Kavanaugh breaks his silence, wants fair process to defend himself

Kavanaugh and his wife Ashley appeared on Fox News in the Supreme Court nominee's first interview after allegations against him surfaced.

25 Sep 2018 3:34 PM

US baker who refused cake for gay wedding now turns away transgender woman

Jack Phillips grabbed headlines in June after US SC, in bombshell decision, partially ruled in his favor in case involving same-sex couple.

16 Aug 2018 2:18 PM

The ruling upholding US travel ban is controversial

Initially, Libya, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Venezuela, North Korea, Iraq and Chad were named in the travel ban; Chad and Sudan were later removed.

22 Jul 2018 12:02 AM


Court is not a substitute for a democratic political process

Executive and legislative excesses can be cured by courts.

08 Jul 2018 12:46 AM

Wave of Muslim migrants spell doom for Europe

The WASP (White Anglo Saxon Protestant) rural American constituency, which voted with their hands and feet for him obviously, applauded the decision.

04 Jul 2018 12:34 AM

A victory for Donald Trump: US top court upholds controversial travel ban

Chief Justice John Roberts said that the government 'has set forth a sufficient national security justification' to prevail.

26 Jun 2018 9:36 PM

Texas man gets death penalty for killing 2 daughters, making wife hear on phone

He was arrested shortly afterward at a tattoo parlor where he was getting rose tattoos to remember his dead daughters.

01 Feb 2018 7:23 PM

US top court declines wife swap case: yes, you read that right

The law “does not create ‘rights’ based on relationships that mock marriage,” the ruling read.

12 Dec 2017 2:34 PM


SC allows Don’s travel ban to go into full effect

New York Immigration Coalition says ruling unacceptable as it descriminates based on race.

06 Dec 2017 6:33 AM

White House requests US SC to allow complete travel ban

A San Francisco-based court had partially granted a Trump administration request to block a judge’s ruling that had put the new ban on hold.

21 Nov 2017 3:13 PM

5 conservative judges added to list of possible SC appointees by Trump

The five jurists, all with strong conservative credentials, were added to the list with input from conservative leaders.

18 Nov 2017 3:39 PM

US Supreme Court to review Microsoft digital privacy case

Microsoft was the first US Company to challenge a domestic search warrant seeking data held outside the country.

17 Oct 2017 11:20 AM

Indian students worry about physical safety in US: survey

Among the 112 colleges that provided data there was a 2 per cent decline in the expected yield rate this year compared to last year.

15 Jul 2017 1:41 PM


Travel ban: Court reopens window for refugees to enter US, but SC appeal awaits

The justices now are scattered during their summer recess, so any short-term action would come in written filings. 

15 Jul 2017 8:14 AM

Don’t misuse House privileges to muzzle press

A press that cannot criticise those is power is no press.

08 Jul 2017 5:55 AM

American Muslim leaders condemn Trump's travel ban unlawful

A limited version of Trump's travel ban temporarily barring refugees and visitors from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria,Yemen took effect.

01 Jul 2017 3:52 PM

20 nations around the world legalise same-sex marriage

On the African continent, where around 30 countries ban homosexuality, only in South Africa can gays legally marry and adopt children.

30 Jun 2017 5:40 PM

US’ eyes closed to main perpetrators of terrorist acts: Iran on Trump’s travel ban

The administration says the restrictions are needed to keep out terrorists while it tightens vetting procedures.

28 Jun 2017 2:38 PM