06 Jan 2021

WikiLeaks founder Assange denied bail in UK

On Wednesday, WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange was denied bail by a British judge. The U.K. courts are deciding if he should be sent to the United States to face espionage charges and will remain in a high-security prison until the courts reach a decision. The judge supported her ruling to

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10 Dec 2019

T-Mobile, Sprint Head to Court to Defend Merger

The merger of T-Mobile and Spring will be challenged this week in court, testing the federal government’s role in deciding whether the two tech giants can join forces. A coalition of 13 states and the District of Columbia is suing the two companies to block the merger, which consists of

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10 Dec 2019

World trade without rules? US shuts down WTO appeals court

The World Trade Organization was shut down on Tuesday at midnight, as the terms of two of the last three judges of the appellate body ended. Their departure effectively deprives the de facto Supreme Court of world trade of its ability to issue rulings, leaving the court to face what

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