Poland may have to leave EU, Supreme Court warns

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Protesters have rallied in towns and cities across Poland in support of the country’s judges Poland could have to leave the EU over its judicial reform proposals, the country’s Supreme Court has warned. The proposals would allow judges to be dismissed if they questioned the government’s judicial reforms. Judges […]

Raytheon contracted for support radar systems of U-2 reconnaissance aircraft – Defence Blog

Raytheon Co., one of the world’s largest defense contractors, received a $217 million U.S. Air Force contract for support and sustain the sensor and processor for the Advanced Synthetic Aperture Radar System 2-A, or ASARS-2A. Work will be performed through 2024, according to a company news release. ASARS-2A contains an active electronically scanned array antenna and is […]

Supreme Court Won’t Hear Case To Ticket Homeless For Sleeping In Public Spaces : NPR

San Francisco police officers wait while homeless people collect their belongings in San Francisco. Nearly a quarter of the country’s homeless population lives in California. Ben Margot/AP hide caption toggle caption Ben Margot/AP San Francisco police officers wait while homeless people collect their belongings in San Francisco. Nearly a quarter of the country’s homeless population […]

Delhi protest: India citizenship bill demonstrations spread

Protests broke out across nine states, including in major cities such as Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad and the capital New Delhi, mostly around university campuses. Meanwhile, ongoing protests in Assam, in India’s northeast, turned violent, with at least five people killed, police said. In Delhi, students began demonstrating at the prestigious Jamia Milia Islamia university […]

Indiana University frat suspended amid claims of anti-Semitic slurs

A fraternity at Indiana University in Bloomington is under investigation for allegations of physical assault and anti-Semitic and racial slurs, officials said. Campus police and the Monroe County Prosecutor’s Office are reviewing an incident that took place at the fraternity Friday night, according to a statement released Sunday by the university. The announcement comes amid increased […]

Hudson’s Bay group said to consider shelving takeover offer

By Scott Deveau and Sandrine Rastello Hudson’s Bay Co. Chairman Richard Baker may scrap an offer to take the struggling retailer private after regulators delayed a vote on the deal following complaints from a minority shareholder. The investor group that controls the owner of Saks Fifth Avenue is “evaluating next steps, including terminating the transaction,” […]

Burbank middle school removes mural of Aung San Suu Kyi

Burbank Unified school officials have removed a mural of Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi from a local campus, the action coming the same week that the Nobel Peace Prize laureate appeared at the International Court of Justice to denounce genocide charges levied against her country’s military. Four years ago, Suu Kyi, whose official title […]

Turkey blasts U.S. after Senate passes resolution recognizing Armenian genocide

DOHA — Turkey criticized the U.S. Senate Saturday, days after a unanimous vote to recognize the Armenian genocide. In a live interview with MSNBC anchor Ayman Mohyeldin at the Doha Forum, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said he stood by his previous suggestion that those who supported the resolution are cowards. The Turkish government vociferously […]

Nancy Grace: ‘I find it very, very hard to believe’ Jeffrey Epstein killed himself

Former longtime cable news host Nancy Grace said she finds it “hard to believe,” but not “impossible,” that disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein killed himself while in prison. Grace, a former prosecutor in Georgia’s Fulton County District Attorney’s office, told “Watters’ World” in an interview that aired Saturday at 8 p.m. ET that the autopsy results cast […]