Dubai: Egyptian Lawyer Samir Sabry has filed a lawsuit with the Public Prosecutor against celebrated Syrian singer Asala Nasri accusing her of quoting part of a Hadith by Prophet Muhammad in her recent hit song “Rifqan”. Sabry, well known for instigating lawsuits against celebrities, told
Chancellor Dwight C. Watson, the 17th chancellor at UW-Whitewater, began his term on Aug. 1, 2019. (Photo: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater)
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Chancellor Dwight Watson is returning to his job after an allegation that he engaged in sexual misconduct at a former job was found to be without
- Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is the focus of an investigation into whether she violated the Hatch Act, Politico reported on Monday.
- The investigation centers on comments she made on a Fox News interview in early September slamming Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee.
- The Hatch Act bars top-level government
A pair of conservative political appointees at the U.S. Agency for Global Media (USAGM) conducted a “confidential” investigation into one of the most respected journalists at the state-controlled international news organization Voice of America (VOA), NPR reported on Monday.
Collectively, the mission of
Freeborn & Peters issued the following announcement on Sept. 30.
Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that Meghan E. Tepas, a Partner in the firm’s Litigation Practice Group, is one of Law Bulletin Media’s 2020 40 Illinois Attorneys Under Forty, which recognizes the “most talented young attorneys working
Legal advice used to justify a curfew as part of Victoria’s coronavirus lockdown must not be kept secret ahead of a court fight, a judge has ruled. The validity of a curfew, still affecting metropolitan Melbourne, will be tested in a Supreme Court trial next week. Mornington Peninsula
SINGAPORE – Young people can better understand their legal rights and get help with legal advice under a new pilot scheme announced on Monday (Sept 28).
The Youth Community and Legal Clinic will bring together volunteer young lawyers and law students to provide free legal online consultation services to youth
A new undercover investigation into a commercial dog meat auction house in South Korea found hundreds of dogs being kept in cages.
Over the summer, the nonprofit animal welfare organization Lady Freethinker captured footage from the Nakwon Auction House in the city of Namyangju, which is believed to
Since his early release from prison back in April, Tekashi 69’s moves have been highly-publicized. Staying true to his word, the rapper released his record TattleTales in early September, but that’s not all that has put the rapper in the headlines. Yesterday, reports circulated that Tekashi was rushed to the
The FBI and Twitter are now investigating an alleged hack into C-SPAN political editor Steve Scully’s Twitter account.
Scully, who was set to moderate the second presidential debate before it was canceled, has faced intense scrutiny after a tweet to Trump foe Anthony Scaramucci.
The tweet from the “Washington Journal”
WAUWATOSA, WI— A decision will be announced on Wednesday regarding a fatal shooting involving now suspended Wauwatosa Police Officer Joseph Mensah. The Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office will determine if Mensah will face criminal charges in the death of 17-year-old Alvin Cole.
Kimberley Motley, the attorney for the Cole family,
Accused Jeffrey Epstein madam Ghislaine Maxwell has hired a “super lawyer” who once represented one of Osama bin Laden’s henchmen, legal papers show.
Bobbi Sternheim filed papers Monday in New York’s Southern District Court to note that she “hereby appears as counsel for Defendant Ghislaine Maxwell” in her sex-trafficking case.
Speaking at the online launch event for the Global Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency Association on Friday — a Chicago-based group focused on regulatory clarity and industry security — U.S. Representative Bill Foster explained the importance of a “secure digital identity.”
“You can have the most rock-solid cryptographic guarantees of a
The Justice Department unsealed charges against two Islamic State militants from Britain, accusing them of carrying out a gruesome campaign of torture, beheadings and other acts of violence against Western hostages, including four Americans.(Oct. 7)
WASHINGTON – Two British ISIS militants known as “The Beatles” are facing