In our news wrap Tuesday, a federal judge in Hawaii struck down the Trump administration’s latest travel ban that extended to six mostly Muslim nations, plus North Korea and Venezuela. The move temporarily blocks enforcement of the order nationwide, but…
By PBS NewsHour
The Canadian-born and former Guantanamo detainee Omar Khadr will receive an apology from the Canadian government and about 10.5 million in Canadian dollars, or about US$8 million, under a deal his lawyers negotiated last month.
By Larisa Epatko
In the past few months, China has announced two new crackdowns on research misconduct — one of which could lead to executions for scientists who doctor their data.
By Ivan Oransky and Adam Marcus, STAT
In an era of deep partisan division, the Supreme Court could soon decide whether the drawing of electoral districts can be too political.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
In an effort to make New Jersey the first state to ban child marriage, about 30 protesters outside the statehouse on Thursday dressed as brides with chained hands and tape over their mouths.
By Michelle Andrews, Kaiser Health News
As health care systems continue to shift toward becoming comprehensive medical homes for patients, health care providers are increasingly incorporating lawyers into the team of professionals who are on hand to help people at no additional charge to patients.
By Elizabeth Flock
Musicians are protesting the annual music, film and media festival South by Southwest after it was discovered that the festival reserved the right to alert U.S. immigration authorities about international artists if they violated their performance agreement.
By Todd Richmond, Associated Press
A federal judge refused to halt Wisconsin's presidential recount Friday, telling President-elect Donald Trump's supporters that the recount probably won't change anything anyway. Meanwhile, two Michigan Supreme Court members who made Trump's list of possible U.S. Supreme Court nominees on…
By Alison Thoet
Russia could move to block the website as early as next week, when the country’s telecommunications and media regulator receives the full text of the court’s ruling, the Associated Press reported.
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