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7 HOURS AGO - New Yorker

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A Court Overturns a Burkini Ban, but Not Its Mindset

In recent weeks, the burkini, a previously obscure garment of interest only to a subset of Muslim women, has become the object of intense legal, cultural, and philosophical debate in France—and, by way of social media, around the world. On Friday, France’s Council of State, the country’s supreme administrative authority, founded by Napoleon, in 1799, weighed in, decisively overturning a ...

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AUG 12, 2016 - Forbes

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Unanimous Supreme Court Forces V.A. To Shop Small

In 2006, Congress passed a law to funnel more V.A. funding to small businesses run by veterans. The agency read it differently.

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AUG 12, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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India's top court gives diesel vehicles reprieve in Delhi

India's Supreme Court handed a reprieve to the auto industry on Friday, ruling that new diesel vehicles can be allowed on the streets of the national capital as long as a 1 percent "green" tax is paid. The news was welcomed by the auto industry after a series of lower court rulings banned diesel vehicles, both new and old, on ...

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AUG 12, 2016 - Forbes

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California OKs Percentage Fees In Class Actions; When Will Judges Question The Percentage?

The California Supreme Court endorses giving class action lawyers a percentage fee, but when will judges learn to question that percentage?

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AUG 12, 2016 - The Economist

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Reconsidering the price of peace

WARPLANES flew over the capital. Ex-guerrillas waving red protest banners thronged the streets. On July 13th El Salvador’s supreme court struck down an amnesty law that had helped secure peace after 12 years of civil war. The law enacted in 1993 is unconstitutional, the court said, because it prevents victims of atrocities from seeking justice. But many Salvadoreans fear that ...

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