Kenya opposition in fresh protests amid government warning
Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga has led thousands of protesters in a third round of anti-government demonstrations as the interior ministry in charge of police has warned that no more violent protests will be toleratedwashingtonpost.com
Supreme Court justices under new ethics disclosures on trips, other gifts
Supreme Court justices and all federal judges must provide a fuller public accounting of free trips, meals and other gifts they accept from corporations or organizations, according to revised regulations quietly adopted this month.washingtonpost.com
Activist group led by Ginni Thomas received nearly $600,000 in anonymous donations
Funding for the group led by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas's wife was channeled through a right-wing think tank, an arrangement that effectively shielded key operational details from public view, a Post investigation found.washingtonpost.com
Israeli AG warns Netanyahu defied conflict of interest rule
Israel’s attorney general has warned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he violated the Supreme Court’s conflict of interest ruling, which barred him from direct involvement in his government’s divisive plans for a judicial overhaulwashingtonpost.com
Supreme Court rules for deaf Michigan student in education case
By JESSICA GRESKO | Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday for a deaf student who sued his public school system for providing an inadequate education. The case is significant for other disabled students who allege they were failed by school officials. The case the justices ruled in involves Miguel Luna Perez, who attended public school in Sturgis, Michigan. Perez’s lawyers told the court that for 12 years the school system neglected the boy and lied to his parents about the progress he was making, permanently stunting his ability to communicate. Lower courts said Perez was barred from pursuing his ADA claims because of language in the IDEA, but the Supreme Court disagreed.mlive.com
New York AG Letitia James appeals court ruling blocking people from being forced into quarantine, isolation
New York Attorney General Letitia James filed an appeal against a ruling by the state Supreme Court blocking a rule that allowed the state government to force people into quarantine.foxnews.com
Supreme Court wrestles with lawsuit shield for social media
In its first case about the federal law that is credited with helping create the modern internet, the Supreme Court seems unlikely to side with a family wanting to hold Google liable for the death of their daughter who was killed in a terrorist attack.
Indian officials search BBC offices after Modi documentary
Indian tax officials have searched the BBC’s offices in New Delhi and Mumbai, weeks after it showed a documentary critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the U.K. The two-part documentary examined Modi’s role during 2002 anti-Muslim riots in the western state of Gujarat, where he was chief minister at the time.