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Weinstein’s lawyer Donna Rotunno says she’s never been sexually assaulted because she wouldn’t ‘put herself in that position...
New York Times' Megan Twohey asked Donna Rotunno if she's been sexually assaulted. She hadn't "because I would never put myself in that position."
3 years ago, Alan Dershowitz said Trump would be a corrupt president. Now he’s part of his impeachment defense team.
In a book, Dershowitz called Trump a "destabilizing and unpredictable candidate" who "embraces fringe conspiracy theories peddled by extremists."
Here’s a map of all the states for (and against) the constitutional amendment that would outlaw sex discrimination
Virginia became the 38th state to support the Equal Rights Amendment, which outlaws discrimination on the basis of sex. Here's what comes next.
A landmark lawsuit in which kids sued the US government over its contribution to climate change has been dismissed after a 5-year fight
The youth plaintiffs claimed the US government was violating their constitutional rights by knowingly contributing to climate change.
‘Very childish’: Netizens split after MACC aired 1hr of damning Najib phone calls that could have been illegally taped
To the glee of some, lawyer Syahredzan Johan pointed out that the law permitting police surveillance in investigations was in fact enacted during Najib's time as Prime Minister.
Change law degrees to allow study of science, tech, engineering and maths, Singapore’s Chief Justice suggests
The proposals will reform legal education and training to ensure that it remains capable of "moulding the lawyers we need".
Apple will need to reckon with Russia in 2020, thanks to a new law forcing pre-installation of Kremlin-approved apps
Apple has until July 2020 to fight a Russian law that would force it to pre-install Kremlin-approved apps on iPhones.
Carlos Ghosn’s escape from Japan is a nightmare for the country’s justice system — and the ousted Nissan exec may now be looking to ...
Ghosn is an auto-industry celebrity who should now have the opportunity to tell his side of the story in detail.
In Georgia, cheating means you may have forfeited your right to alimony, whereas in Michigan, adultery could get you thrown in prison.
San Francisco is changing its facial recognition ban after it accidentally made the iPhones it gave to city employees illegal
The city banned local agencies from using gadgets equipped facial recognition technology in May, but problems with the ban quickly became apparent.