Despite the Fourth Amendment’s protections against unlawful searches, federal agencies do not necessarily need a warrant to read emails older than six months.
Though some members of the Republican party have been moving rapidly to support LGBT rights and in particular equal marriage, the shift has been far from universal. And as my colleague David Nakamura reported the other day, that could pose … Continue reading
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Small-scale bomb attacks failed to prevent Iraqis voting on Saturday in the first nationwide elections since the last U.S. troops left more than a year ago.
The medical director of the NHS defends the suspension of child heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary while a safety review is carried out.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Secretary of State John Kerry made an unannounced visit to Iraq on Sunday and said he told Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of his concern about Iranian flights over Iraq carrying arms to Syria.
* Bulgaria moves to revoke CEZ’s power distribution licence
LONDON (Reuters) – A mother in Britain, who was so desperate to stop her cancer-stricken son having to undergo conventional medical treatment that she went into hiding with him, lost a court battle on Friday to prevent him receiving radiotherapy.
Over the past year, the U.S. unemployment rate has fallen rapidly, from 8.7 percent last November to 7.7 percent today. But a new paper from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco suggests that this decline could soon stall out. … Continue reading