Schools and factories close. India’s Supreme Court blasts the government’s do-nothing response. But Delhi residents continue to suffer from the bad air. From: New York Times
The claim sought damages for millions of iPhone users who were tracked by Google. from: BBC News
The justices will decide whether providers and the government can challenge Texas’ abortion ban. from: BBC News
The controversial law will be tested next month when the court holds an expedited hearing. from: BBC News
Abu Zubaydah will be first Guantanamo prisoner to hear his case in the Supreme Court in over a decade. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Two bills passed by MSPs will have to be amended after the Supreme Court upheld a challenge made by UK law officers.
Another battle looms over whether public hospitals will be required to offer the procedure. From: New York Times
The ruling sets a precedent for the legalization of abortion nationwide. From: New York Times
Facing immense challenges in a devastated country, and a hard transition from war to administration, the Islamist movement is preparing to name a new, theocratic government. From: New York Times
The Taliban are likely to name Haibatullah Akhundzada as the country’s top authority as soon as Thursday, moving to establish a government days after the U.S. withdrawal. From: New York Times
From: New York Times
The US Supreme Court ruled 6-3 to end Covid-era protections for renters facing eviction. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Forty years ago, three sisters began their protest against US nuclear missiles coming to the UK.
The decision is temporary because the State Supreme Court must make a final ruling. From: New York Times