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Supreme Court Rejects 2 N.C. Congressional Districts As Unconstitutional

In the case involving the congressional districts, a lower court had found them improperly drawn, and in 2016, elections were held in redrawn districts. The full court agreed the first district should be struck down, but split 5-3 with respect to the second district. That's why, hours after the SCOTUS opinion dropped, a federal judge in Texas' upcoming redistricting hearing ordered state lawyers and plaintiffs in the case to submit briefs outlining how the new precedent will affect their case.



British authorities warn of 'damage' to investigation from leaks

When she attends the G7 summit in Italy on Friday, she said she would head up a discussion on counter-terrorism "and on how we will work together to prevent the plotting of terrorist attacks". The New York Times Wednesday posted photos that show what it reported could be the detonator, a battery, nuts and screws for shrapnel, and fragments of a backpack used in the attack.


Early resolution unlikely in Acacia Mining dispute believes Jefferies

Early resolution unlikely in Acacia Mining dispute believes Jefferies

This is according to the analysts polled by Thomson Reuters which have recently published research reports on the firm. Furthermore on 10/03/16 Deutsche Bank "Upgrades" the stock to Buy. $880-$920/oz. TRADEMARK VIOLATION WARNING: This piece of content was originally reported by BBNS and is the property of of BBNS. If you are reading this news story on another site, it was copied illegally and reposted in violation of US & worldwide copyright and trademark laws.


Troops pull out of Brazil capital; president under pressure

Troops pull out of Brazil capital; president under pressure

In a brief national address during the unrest, Defense Minister Raul Jungmann said troops were being sent to guard the presidential palace and other federal buildings. Columnist Maria Cristina Fernandes in economic daily Valor described it as "the last chance for a show of authority by a government that is finished".


Oil drops after OPEC-led output cut extension falls below expectations

Oil drops after OPEC-led output cut extension falls below expectations

The 13-nation Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) on Thursday agreed here to extend for nine months the output cut agreement put in place for six months effective from January 1. While stubbornly high global inventories have taken longer than expected to drain, signs that U.S. stockpiles are easing from a record had added to the optimism.


Battered oil fights back, sterling hit as May's poll lead shrinks

Battered oil fights back, sterling hit as May's poll lead shrinks

Indeed, non-OPEC nations including the U.S., Brazil and Canada that are not part of the output-cut pact will increase production in the mid- and long-term, offsetting and outstripping supply curbs by others, according to Guo Chaohui, analyst at Beijing-based China International Capital Corp.