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As Brexit negotiations resumed in Brussels, Boris Johnson got a boost from the courts. A Scottish judge ruled in the prime minister’s favor in a case that could have forced him to obey a law requiring him to delay Brexit if he can’t reach a deal.
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European Parliament President David Sassoli, after meeting the prime minister, questioned whether he had ever been serious about reaching a deal. Any hope of a deal now rests with a meeting ...
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Alec Baldwin caught up with Broadway producer James Nederlander and Bradley Cooper had the women swooning.
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On the surface, the question seems like one with obvious liberal and conservative answers: liberals, it would appear, should think that the Constitution protects people with certain serious ...
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In the week ended Oct. 3, imports soared to 142,200 metric tons, U.S. Department of Agriculture data showed Thursday. China signaled it may import as much as 400,000 tons to stem a domestic shortfall. The swine fever outbreak killed millions of pigs.
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Futures in New York declined 1.8% Wednesday. U.S. oil stockpiles rose by 3.1 million barrels last week, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The U.S. benchmark crude has ...
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This case probably ends here: The Supreme Court would be ill-advised to take up this particular case. Yet there will likely be other cases like this one, and a conservative Supreme Court may ...
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The judge took the opportunity to attack two memos written by the Department of Justice, both of which maintain that a sitting president cannot be criminally prosecuted. These memos form the ...
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A socialist is lecturing Chile’s business elite on private property rights in a court case that threatens to disrupt a $217 billion industry. Fernando Atria wants Chile’s constitutional court ...
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Trump has been cutting immigration across the board. Not only was last year’s refugee ceiling of 30,000 a historic low, but the U.S. was displaced by Canada as the world’s leading country for refugee resettlement.