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By Andrew Corkery, Winston Wilde
An international court ruled Tuesday that China has no legal basis for its jurisdictional claims in the disputed South China Sea. It also said Beijing was violating the Philippines’ sovereign rights by constructing artificial islands there.
By Larisa Epatko
The global economy and our daily lives have become increasingly dependent on shipping, as millions of ships carry roughly 90 percent of the world's goods. But we know little of the crime and lawlessness that takes place at sea. Ian…
By PBS NewsHour
At least six people died after a cruise ship capsized off the coast of Italy Friday. Ray Suarez discusses some of the legal and safety issues stemming from the disaster with longtime travel writer Rudy Maxa, currently the host of…
The Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in Exxon's appeal of a civil suit that awarded $2.5 billion in punitive damages to victims of the 1989 Exxon Valdez shipwreck and oil spill in Alaska. The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle recaps…
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