India’s Supreme Court said the Delhi Assembly can question Facebook and its officials without taking on a prosecuting role.
Sussan Ley will appeal a declaration by the Federal Court that she owes a duty of care to protect children from climate effects.
An independent report has found prisoner disciplinary hearings remain “in the dark” and lack scrutiny, oversight or transparency.
Upcoming cases could yield major decisions on the 2nd Amendment, as well as on pregnancy termination.
The Federal Court has ordered the operators of two wind farms to pay big fines over breaching national electricity rules at the time of the SA blackout in 2016.
African American Democratic election officials say new state laws are already being used by Republicans to fire them
After a 9-0 ruling, college athletes will be compensated for the first time — but the wealth gap between schools will widen too.
The American couple killed in a helicopter crash in the Australian state in 2018 were not given sufficient safety instructions, an investigation says.
The president pledged to nominate the first black woman to the Supreme Court.