More

    Judge

    Judge Is Shot in Her Office at Manila’s City Hall

    The judge was identified as Maria Theresa Abadilla, and the mayor’s office said a court clerk had been named by the police as a suspect in the shooting.

    Judge Dismisses G.O.P. Suit to End Proxy Voting in House During Pandemic

    A federal judge ruled that the Constitution protected the right of the House of Representatives to make its own rules.

    Judge Orders Delay of First Federal Execution in 17 Years

    The Justice Department immediately appealed the injunction, issued after family members of the victims of the crime argued that the coronavirus made it unsafe for them to travel to witness the execution.
    All countries
    178,205,691
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on June 18, 2021 5:59 am
    Italy
    4,249,755
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on June 18, 2021 5:59 am
    Spain
    3,753,228
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on June 18, 2021 5:59 am
    Iran
    3,070,426
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on June 18, 2021 5:59 am
    Germany
    3,727,624
    Total confirmed cases
    Updated on June 18, 2021 5:59 am

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Kim Jong-un Says He’s Ready for ‘Dialogue and Confrontation’ With Biden

    During a Workers’ Party meeting, the North Korean leader reviewed the new U.S. policy on his country and ordered “counteraction,” state news media reported.

    Kim Jong-un Says He’s Ready for ‘Dialogue and Confrontation’ With Biden

    During a Workers’ Party meeting, the North Korean leader reviewed the new U.S. policy on his country and ordered “counteraction,” state news media reported.

    Two More Guantánamo Detainees Are Cleared for Transfer to Other Nations

    The decision brings to 11 the number who have been approved to be sent elsewhere, but the Biden administration has yet to name a...

    Israel Strikes Gaza Again, After Militants Set Fires in Israel

    The exchanges on Thursday and into Friday stopped short of a full-scale escalation, but they underscored the fragile nature of the cease-fire that ended...

    Nicaragua Denies Entry to New York Times Journalist Amid Escalating Crisis

    The refusal to admit the reporter comes amid a nationwide crackdown on journalists, opposition politicians and civil society groups.

    Hong Kong Police Arrest Executives at a Pro-Democracy Newspaper

    The editor in chief of Apple Daily was among five detained under the city’s national security law. The newspaper’s founder, Jimmy Lai, already faces...