UK Supreme Court: Prorogation of Parliament was unlawful
The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful. The court ruled that Parliament can reconvene "as soon as possible."
U.K. Supreme Court: Johnson's parliament suspension unlawful
U.K. Supreme Court President Brenda Hale speaks in London about the court's unanimous finding that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament was unlawful.
U.K. judge: Who can protect parliament better than Supreme Court?
Justice Nicholas Wilson asked government lawyer James Eadie who was “better placed to protect the principal of parliamentary sovereignty” than the Supreme Court during an exchange which goes to the heart of a case to determine whether the government’s five-week suspension of Parliament was unlawful.
US Supreme Court allows Trump administration to enforce asylum restrictions
The top court's decision means the Trump administration can implement stricter asylum rules along the US-Mexican border while the policy is challenged in lower courts. The policy primarily impacts Central Americans.
Supreme Court dismisses suit seeking Buhari’s disqualification for ‘lying on oath’
The Supreme Court has just dismissed the suit seeking the disqualification of President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2019 presidential election over an alleged act of perjury.
Brazil's top court rejects Lula release request
Brazil's Supreme Court has turned down a request to free jailed ex-President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva following allegations the judge who convicted him was biased. Lula's lawyers say he was denied a fair trial.
Spain: "Wolf Pack" given 15 years for rape
The men had originally been convicted of a lesser charge, prompting mass nationwide protests. After an appeal, the Supreme Court handed them lengthy jail terms for the crime of gang raping a teenager in Pamplona.
Supreme court backs partisan voting maps, puts census citizenship question on hold
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution doesn’t let judges throw out voting maps for being too partisan and put on hold the Trump administration’s plan to include a citizenship question on the 2020 census. Bloomberg's Greg Stohr reports on "Balance of Power."
Supreme Court to decide Adeleke, Gboyega's fate July 5
Supreme Court to decide Adeleke, Gboyega's fate July 5.
Colombia's Supreme Court orders ex-FARC leader's release
Colombia's Supreme Court has ordered that the former leader of the FARC rebel group be released from prison. The move is likely to anger the US, which wants to extradite him on suspicion of drug trafficking.