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Oct 16, 2018
US judge rejects Stormy Daniels' defamation suit against Donald Trump, says president's tweet was 'rhetorical hyperbole'Separately, Donald Trump was sued for defamation in 2017 by Summer Zervos, who was a contestant on Trump's former reality TV show "The Apprentice."
Jan 26, 2018
68 years of India's Constitution: Repeated amendments have meant document today is fundamentally different from the one enactedIt is almost treason in the eyes of some to even suggest that the Constitution of India may not be the best Constitution in the world. But given that so much time has passed since it was enacted, it is perhaps a question that is worth examining
Sep 25, 2017
In new 'expanded' travel ban, Donald Trump targets citizens of eight countries including North Korea, Iran and VenezuelaWashington: Citizens of eight countries will face new restrictions on entry to the United States under a proclamation signed by President Donald Trump on Sunday.
Aug 03, 2017
Website launched to track and counter Russian-backed propaganda on TwitterA website launched on Wednesday seeks to track Russian-supported propaganda and disinformation on Twitter part of a growing non-governmental effort.
Jul 03, 2017
Anti-Donald Trump protesters call for impeachment, raise banner calling US president 'illegitimate corrupt puppet'Demonstrators hoisting signs and chanting anti-Donald Trump slogans marched through downtown Los Angeles to urge Congress to impeach the president
Jun 12, 2017
Donald Trump to be sued by two former attorney-generals for violating anti-corruption clauses in ConstitutionTwo US attorney generals have said that they will sue President Donald Trump, alleging that he has violated anti-corruption clauses in the Constitution
Apr 05, 2017
White House releases Melania Trump's portrait as First Lady but Twitter isn't impressedWashington: Melania Trump has chosen to keep a low profile ever since her husband Donald Trump was sworn in as US president. But on Tuesday, Melania returned to the public's gaze—in a manner of speaking—after the White House released her official portrait as First Lady of the United States. To say the least, her portrait divided public opinion (but perhaps as not as much as her husband).
Dec 20, 2016
US Court of Appeals rules that a defendant can be legally compelled to reveal his passwordsIn what is a landmark ruling that will set quite the precedent, a Florida Court of Appeals ruled that a defendant can be legally compelled to reveal the passcode to his phone.
Jul 25, 2016
Donald Trump claims that attacks on France, Germany are 'their own fault'Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Sunday said that France, Germany and other nations hit by terror attacks recently had only themselves to blame 'because they allowed people to come into their territory'
Mar 04, 2016
US court bats for religious rights of Sikh officer, asks army to drop discriminatory testingA US court has ruled in favour of a decorated Sikh army captain who demanded that the military accommodate his faith and abandon its discriminatory testing