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Today β€” December 8th 2019Your RSS feeds

Will Russia Be Thrown Out of the Olympics on Monday? A Primer

By Andrew Keh and Tariq Panja

Failed drug tests, altered samples and full-throated denials. Here’s what you need to know as the World Anti-Doping Agency considers barring Russia from sports.

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Amid Rancor in House, It’s Quiet in the Halls of the Senate. Too Quiet.

By Carl Hulse

Senators, temporarily relegated to the sidelines as the House begins impeachment proceedings against President Trump, lament inaction as legislation languishes.

Supreme Court temporarily blocks Trump administration request to resume federal executions

By Louis Casiano

The Supreme Court on Friday blocked the Trump administration from resuming federal executions in an attempt to out to death four convicted murderers that were slated to begin next week.

Impeachment witness who invoked Barron Trump floated by liberal group for Supreme Court

By Sam Dorman

A former Hillary Clinton aide's organization has promoted Pamela Karlan -- the Stanford professor who referenced the president's son during an impeachment hearing this week -- as a possible Democratic choice for the Supreme Court nominee, raising more questions about Karlan's impartiality while testifying during the on-going impeachment inquiry.

Supreme Court Won’t Allow Federal Executions to Resume

By Adam Liptak

The Trump administration had asked the justices to overturn a trial judge’s ruling that blocked the first four federal executions scheduled in nearly two decades.

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Polish reform erodes judicial autonomy: top court

By Georgi Gotev

Poland's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday (5 December) that a new judicial council charged with nominating and disciplining judges lacks independence, calling into question the government's court reforms.

Trump Again Asks Supreme Court to Bar Release of His Financial Records

By Adam Liptak

The justices will soon say whether they will hear the case, about a House subpoena, along with one concerning a subpoena from Manhattan prosecutors.

EU study to clarify gene editing court ruling further muddies waters

By Natasha Foote

After the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling that organisms obtained by new plant breeding techniques (NBTs) should, in principle, fall under the GMO Directive, the Council of the EU has requested a study from the Commission to clarify the situation. But what this means in practice remains unclear.

New Abortion Bills Are So Tough That Some Conservatives Have Qualms

By Timothy Williams

Another surge of stringent abortion limits is expected in state legislatures next year, highlighting a rift among conservatives about political strategy.

The Justices Should Drop This Case

By The Editorial Board

The New York gun law now before the Supreme Court has already been rendered moot.

Second Amendment Case May Fizzle Out at the Supreme Court

By Adam Liptak

Arguments in the court’s first case on the scope of the amendment in nearly a decade focused on whether the repeal of a New York law made the case moot.

Second Amendment Case May Fizzle Out at the Supreme Court

By Adam Liptak

Arguments in the court’s first case on the scope of the Second Amendment in nearly a decade focused on whether the repeal of a New York law made the case moot.

Assange to Testify on Being Recorded in Embassy in London

By Raphael Minder

Recordings have emerged of private conversations that Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, had while living in the Ecuadorean Embassy. He and a Spanish prosecutor blame the United States.

Navy Drops Effort to Expel From SEALs 3 Officers Linked to Gallagher

By Dave Philipps

After President Trump intervened to stop the Navy from disciplining Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher, the service called off reviews of three SEAL officers who were the chief’s superiors in Iraq.

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