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February 27, 2016
Native Hawaiian group adopts constitution at convention
A constitutional convention of Native Hawaiians has adopted a governing document that will go out to a vote for ratification, ...
February 27, 2016
Trump wants to weaken libel laws amid feuds with reporters
Feeling maligned by the media, Donald Trump is threatening to weaken First Amendment protections for reporters if he were ...
February 27, 2016
Women in Film celebrate Oscar nominees, call for equality
The president of Women in Film is done talking about diversity and wage equality. It's time for action, said Cathy Schulman, ...
February 26, 2016
Trump says he will weaken libel laws protecting reporters
Donald Trump said Friday he will weaken First Amendment protections for reporters as president, making it easier for him to ...
February 25, 2016
Egyptian intellectuals campaign against jailing of novelist
Egyptian writers, artists and film-makers have launched a public campaign for greater freedom of creativity and expression ...
February 24, 2016
Morales grudgingly accepts referendum defeat in Bolivia
President Evo Morales grudgingly accepted on Wednesday his first direct electoral defeat in a decade in power, the narrow ...
February 23, 2016
Bolivian voters reject letting Morales run for 4th term
Bolivian voters have handed Evo Morales his first electoral defeat as president, rejecting by a slim margin a constitutional ...
February 22, 2016
Morales doesn't concede as 'no' keeps lead in Bolivia count
President Evo Morales said Monday he was not abandoning hope despite indications Bolivians had rejected by a slim margin ...
February 21, 2016
Ballot question on Morales re-election in trouble
Voters' eagerness for new blood in Bolivian politics and thinning patience with government corruption may make President Evo ...
February 10, 2016
Government sues Ferguson after city tries to revise deal
The federal government sued Ferguson on Wednesday, one day after the City Council voted to revise an agreement aimed at ...
February 09, 2016
South African court hears case against president
The chant "Pay back the money" filtered into South Africa's highest court on Tuesday, as judges heard a case in which ...
February 07, 2016
Algeria's parliament OKs new constitution with term limits
Algeria's parliament has overwhelmingly approved a new constitution aimed at reforming the country by limiting presidents to ...
February 05, 2016
Can Cruz legally be president? Ivy League scholars debate
Two legal scholars squared off in a public debate on Friday to settle whether Republican Ted Cruz is eligible to become ...
February 01, 2016
Amnesty calls on Republic of Congo to free opposition figure
Amnesty International has called on Republic of Congo authorities to unconditionally release an opposition leader detained ...
January 22, 2016
Appeals court: Kansas Constitution protects abortion rights
The Kansas Court of Appeals refused Friday to implement the state's first-in-the-nation ban on a common second-trimester ...
January 13, 2016
High court raises doubts over Puerto Rico sovereignty
The Supreme Court on Wednesday raised doubts about whether Puerto Rico should be treated as a sovereign state with powers ...
January 10, 2016
Egypt's first parliament in 3 years convenes
Egypt's first legislature in more than three years, a 596-seat chamber packed with supporters of President Abdel-Fattah ...
January 08, 2016
Texas governor joins GOP calls for constitutional convention
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sought to lure Republican support Friday for calling the first U.S. constitutional convention since ...
January 07, 2016
TransCanada to file 2 legal challenges to Keystone rejection
The Canadian company that proposed the Keystone XL oil pipeline filed a lawsuit over the U.S. government's rejection of the ...
January 06, 2016
Cruz's birth in Canada unlikely to cloud run for president
It seems like only yesterday that skeptics of Barack Obama's birth in Hawaii rushed to the Supreme Court to try to block the ...