The judge wrote that administrators could not be held legally responsible because the veterans in the case had been exposed before two units at the home were merged. From: New York Times
Four black men wrongly accused of raping a white teenager are exonerated after 72 years. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Oscar-nominated Cynthia Erivo will replace Craig Revel-Horwood this weekend after he caught Covid.
Experts say Saurabh Kirpal’s appointment will inspire other LGBTQ lawyers and judges to come out. from: BBC News
from: BBC News He will not take part in this weekend’s live show but should return the following week, Strictly says.
A US judge said the ban cannot be enforced as it violates the federal rights of disabled students. from: BBC News
Virginia Giuffre claims the duke sexually assaulted her when she was 17 but he denies the allegations.
Several viewers got in touch to say they thought they had seen a lump under Shirley Ballas’s arm.
At least five die as bullets fly, sending people diving for cover in the street and in a nearby school. from: BBC News
A judge recommends that the civil rape case made against Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo in the United States is thrown out of court. from: BBC News
The White House calls the ruling “an important step” to restoring Texas women’s constitutional rights. from: BBC News
The enforcement methods of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police led a court to deny a logging company’s request to extend an injunction. From: New York Times
Eighty women and girls were videoed by secret cameras at a festival, but a judge dismissed the case. from: BBC News
Tennys Sandgren is disqualified after just two games at the ATP Challenger event in Cary after an unfortunate turn of events. from: BBC News
The marble figure had been displayed publicly for decades in New York before the Turkish government sued for its return. From: New York Times
School mask mandates have caused fierce debates across the US as students return and Delta surges. from: BBC News
A US district judge accuses Sidney Powell and others of trying to undermine faith in democracy. from: BBC News
Our experts answer your questions about GCSE results, after a second year without formal exams.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed the ban into law in the spring but had been trying to modify it recently in the face of skyrocketing case counts. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Prosecutors are asked if they stand by the convictions of protesters after a second successful appeal.