A woman who was extradited from South Korea this week after the bodies of her two children were found in abandoned suitcases made her first court appearance in New Zealand on Wednesday.
Tuesday's vote in the House is part political strategy in an election-year roll call that will force all lawmakers to go on the record with their views on the high-profile social issue.
Cambodian American rights activist Theary Seng and most of the other defendants had been charged over a failed attempt by the leader of an opposition party to return from exile in 2019.
The defendant faces a potential sentence of life in prison on sentencing scheduled for Tuesday.
U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was hostile during testimony in a hearing on her eligibility to run for reelection, saying she did not remember liking and making various social media posts surrounding the attack on the U.S. Capitol last year. Voters in Greene's district have said the Republican helped facilitate the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol, making her ineligible for reelection under the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The ruling marks a rare win for the Biden administration at the New Orleans-based appellate court, where most of the active judges were nominated by Republican presidents.
The two British judges resigned after citing concerns about the court being as endorsing "an administration that has departed from values of political freedom, and freedom of expression."
Thursday on Political Rewind: Gov. Kemp said he supports legislation giving parents the right to decide if their children should wear masks in school. Plus, a conservative voter mobilization group launches a campaign to expand Sunday voting in rural areas of the state.
As Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis continues her investigation into former President Donald Trump’s attempted interference in the 2020 election, she’s been authorized to empanel a special grand jury. The Georgia Today podcast looks at the latest with Willis’ investigation and what to expect over the coming year.
The suspension by the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and a New York state appellate court stems from Rudy Giuliani's attempts to overturn the results of the 2020 election.
Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton said he’s planning to lift a year-long restriction Tuesday to allow jury trials to resume that have been on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Willie B. Smith III's death by lethal injection in an Alabama prison is on hold after the U.S. Supreme Court ordered state officials to allow him to have his pastor with him when he dies.
The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a disciplinary case against former Superior Court Judge Robert M. “Mack” Crawford, citing the state Judicial Qualifying Commission’s decision not to seek to ban him from judicial office permanently.
Two more probate court judges in Georgia have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the state’s total infected to 17.
And in Cobb County, four clerks in the probate court have contracted the disease, with a fifth awaiting test results.