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Brazil is eagerly waiting for court decisions that could send Lula to jail

SÃO PAULO, Brazil – Latin America's largest country was the closest on Wednesday before a Supreme Court decision overturning former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. In January, an appellate court sentenced Lula, who leads in the polls for the presidential election in October, to 12 years in prison for corruption and money laundering. The Supreme Court will decide if …

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Arbitration for US Challenge questioned by AT & T bid for Time Warner

Updated on April 4, 2018 at 15:49 ET WASHINGTON-The federal judge considers the legal challenge of the government AT & T Inc. T 1.54% planned acquisition of Time Warner Inc. TWX 0.90% asked in court Wednesday whether the alleged damage to the merger with competing pay-TV distributors could be tempered by fair arbitration The questions from US district judge Richard …

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Tensions high in Brazil as supreme court to decide Lula's fate

Protesters launch a banner on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 in support of former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in the Brasilian Espanolade in Brasilia, Brazil. Brazil's supreme court could decide if da Silva could endure jail while a corruption conviction was pending, a decision that could radically change the presidential election in October in Latin America's largest country. …

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Wisconsin Supreme Court result is bad news for the GOP

Although the elections are officially unbiased, that's really just the name. The liberal candidate Rebecca Dallet gained 12 percentage points over the conservative Michael Screnock, who was supported by Republican Governor Scott Walker. It was the first time since 1995 that the Democrats won an open seat at the Supreme Court of Wisconsin. This Wisconsin result is just the latest …

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Liberal Judge wins Wisconsin Supreme Court Seat, emerging Democrats

Then, in January, a Democrat won a special election for a seat in the State Senate held for 17 years by a Republican, which provoked a series of predictions. The Republicans warned that the result was a "wake up" call for the party, with a vote full of important races coming in the fall: for governor, for a senate seat …

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The Democrat wins a bitter and expensive race for the Supreme Court of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Democrats declared victory on Tuesday night after Milwaukee's judge Rebecca Dallet won a fierce run for a seat on the state's Supreme Court Dallet's victory over Judge Michael Screnock reduced the Conservative majority of the court on a vote campaign that had become the latest test of liberal activism and political spending of the Trump era. Both candidates and …

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Cities and States Mount Court Challenge to Census Issue on Citizenship

Seventeen Democratic prosecutors and seven cities joined the lawsuit, as did the Conference of Mayors of the United States, which represents 1,400 cities with republican and democratic leaders. Among the cities was Providence, RI, where the only full dress rehearsal of the 2020 census is currently taking place. The decision to add a citizenship question to the census was announced …

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