The United States is poised to ban microbeads, minuscule pieces of plastic found in personal care products like face and body washes, toothpastes, and soap, after studies showed they cause significant
The Supreme Court just heard an affirmative-action case that could lead to an incredibly rare phenomenon
As she did when the court last heard the challenge, Fisher v. Texas, Justice Elena Kagan will recuse herself from the case. That's because she worked on the case as the US' solicitor general from 2009-10.
Bangladesh's Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the death sentences imposed on two opposition leaders for war crimes committed during the nation's 1971 war of independence. The court rejected the appeal
On Tuesday, he told reporters that "in the Senate Armed Services [Committee], we're going to have hearings on it and we're going to have legislation," according to The Hill, labeling the current state
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