Ruth Bader Ginsburg passes away at 87: US Supreme Court judge and champion of women's rights dies of pancreatic cancer
Ginsburg became the court's second female justice and a liberal icon for her sharp questioning of witnesses and intellectually rigorous defenses of civil liberties and equal protections under the law
US Senate rejects witnesses in Donald Trump impeachment trial, clears way for acquittal that is now likely on 5 February
The Senate narrowly rejected Democratic demands to summon witnesses for Donald Trump’s impeachment trial late Friday, all but ensuring Trump's acquittal in just the third trial to threaten a president's removal in US history
The White House and Senate Republicans worked aggressively on Wednesday to discount damaging revelations from John R Bolton and line up the votes to block new witnesses from testifying in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, in a push to bring the proceeding to a swift close
After six days of carefully-choreographed oral arguments, President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial is about to enter a volatile new phase as senators are allowed to ask whatever they want of House prosecutors and White House lawyers
US Senate to serve as both judge and jury in Donald Trump impeachment trial; hearing won't resemble anything seen on Court TV
The Senate's impeachment proceedings against US President Donald Trump won't resemble anything Americans have seen on Court TV
Donald Trump heads to Florida for Christmas holiday while back in Washington, plans for his speedy impeachment trial remain cloudy
President Donald Trump escaped the chill of Washington and his impeachment on Friday to celebrate Christmas and New Year's in sunny Florida with family and friends
What's next for Donald Trump? After impeachment by House, here's how Senate trial is expected to play out
Now that the House has voted to impeach President Donald Trump, the matter moves to the Senate for a trial — the third for an American president
US Senate confirms William Barr as attorney-general; Democrats question how he will handle Mueller investigation
William Barr served as attorney general before, under President George HW Bush, and Republicans said he’s the perfect pick to take the helm again.
US Supreme Court blocks Louisiana law granting abortion centres immediate hospital access, day before legislation was to take effect
The Supreme Court said that they will not allow Louisiana to put into effect a law that requires abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals.
Daily Bulletin: Farmers protest in Mumbai; political turmoil continues in J&K; IMD predicts 'heavy rain' in Chennai; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Farmers' agitation to continue in Mumbai today; Ram Nath Kovind to receive military honours in Australia; Schools, colleges in Chennai to stay shut today amid heavy rain prediction; and more.
Isolated and furious, Donald Trump fires back at US Chief Justice John Roberts for saying there aren't any 'Obama judges or Trump judges'
“Donald Trump pardoned one turkey, the other one is co-operating with the Mueller probe”, goes a joke on Twitter summing up the jittery White House mood ahead of the big Thanksgiving holiday when turkeys are carved up across America’s dinner tables and Donald Trump hit another low by directly attacking US chief justice John Roberts who contradicted Trump saying there are no “Obama judges or Trump judges”.
In rare rebuke, US Chief Justice Roberts slams Donald Trump: 'No Obama judges or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges'
US Chief Justice John Roberts is pushing back against President Donald Trump for his description of a judge who ruled against Trump's migrant asylum policy as an "Obama judge."
Buffer zones around abortion clinics in the state of Massachusetts were deemed unconstitutional today by the US Supreme Court on grounds that they limit freedom of expression.