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When we say "Shakespearean" - and I have heard people say it - we mean tragedy, people crushed by fate: Lear in the storm, MacBeth's disintegration, Hamlet and Brutus wrestling with empire and reality, Othello realizing too late what he has done.
Before that, she covered abortion politics in Nicaragua and El Salvador, two of the seven countries in the world that completely ban the procedure.

When he returned from Iraq almost two years later, the father was able to appeal the case and the South Carolina Supreme Court ruled that ICWA had been violated, granting him custody. The little girl then lived with her father, siblings, and ...
The announced topics for the debate, to be moderated by Fox News's Chris Wallace, are debt and entitlements, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign "hot spots" and fitness to be President. But, as was made .... He's married with three ...
... defeated by the forthright actions of courageous Americans in the media (such as Edward R. Murrow), in politics (such as Maine Senator Margaret Chase Smith), in the law (such as chief counsel for the army Joseph Welch), and in the judiciary (led by ...
They continued to cling to Congress and a few Supreme Court justices - along with their guns and religion - but they had little leverage over a president that a majority of Republicans believed to be a foreign-born Muslim.

The order expires in 2017 and can be renewed by the Supreme Court. [Univision.com, 10/12/16] ... I come from Nicaragua. I come from a country where the elections have been rigged, where there's been communism. I know people who come from Cuba. You do ...
Managua (AFP) - Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has a seemingly insurmountable lead in voter intentions ahead of elections in three weeks that are expected to deliver him a new term with his wife as vice president.
DUBBED Nicaragua's answer to Hillary and Bill Clinton, leftist president Daniel Ortega has caused controversy by choosing his wife Rosario Murillo as his running mate.
They continued to cling to Congress and a few Supreme Court justices - along with their guns and religion - but they had little leverage over a president that a majority of Republicans believed to be a foreign-born Muslim.
... led by the attorneys who worked on Erin Brockovich landmark toxicity suit, Nicaragua's Supreme Court ordered Dow Chemical Co.
15, coming from the anniversary of Independence of five Hispanic countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days ... Some of the most famous Hispanic people are ...
President Obama's chief "accomplishment" in Latin America was not restoring diplomatic ties to Cuba; it was his administration's "regime change" strategy re-imposing "neoliberal" economic orthodoxy on the region, as Ted Snider explains.
In 2002, after a legal battle led by the attorneys who worked on Erin Brockovich landmark toxicity suit, Nicaragua's Supreme Court ordered Dow Chemical Co., Shell chemical Co. and Dole Food Co. pay nearly $500 million in compensation to 583 Nicaraguan ...
September 15 was chosen as the starting point for the celebration because it is the anniversary of independence of five Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. ... Gang Violence and hate crimes Bureau, in ...
In 2002, after a legal battle led by the attorneys who worked on Erin Brockovich landmark toxicity suit, Nicaragua's Supreme Court ordered Dow Chemical Co., Shell chemical Co. and Dole Food Co. pay nearly $500 million in compensation to 583 Nicaraguan ...
Though the sitting president enjoys many legal protections, the Brazilian Supreme Court has given the green light to investigators to open a probe into the allegations of corruption perpetrated by both Temer and several high ranking members of his ...

By 1907, the Department of Justice found the Tobacco Trust to be in violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act (passed in 1890) and by 1911 the Supreme Court dismantled the Tobacco Trust, splintering it into several other firms and entities. ... If you ...
His mission was to re-supply elements of the Contra army, the American-sponsored guerrillas whose goal was to overthrow the Sandinista government of Nicaragua. ... Very few people paid an actual price for what really was a sort of low-running coup d ...
The Supreme Court's ruling in Paul Unongo v Aper Aku and others in 1983, which removed time limits for election petitions on the grounds of principles of Separation of Powers and fundamental human rights was inherited by the 1999 Constitution and ...
The Hondurans treated him the way an irregular combatant can expect - he was tortured and shot, and his body dumped from a helicopter in the Triple Canopy jungle across the border in Nicaragua. And Kaine didn't just get Carney's autograph. After ...
Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Nicaragua, Columbia, Kosovo, Beirut, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria.....This BS started long before W. .... IF the war Powers Act is "unconstitutional" then there would be a Supreme Court decision. There is none ...
On Oct. 5, 1986, in an incident that helped expose the Iran-Contra affair, a plane secretly ferrying supplies to Nicaraguan Contra rebels was shot down over southern Nicaragua by Sandinista forces. One of the plane's occupants, Eugene Hasenfus ...
1941: Former Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, the first Jewish member of the nation's highest court, dies in Washington at age 84.
On Oct. 5, 1986, in an incident that helped expose the Iran-Contra affair, a plane secretly ferrying supplies to Nicaraguan Contra rebels was shot down over southern Nicaragua by Sandinista forces. One of the plane's occupants, Eugene Hasenfus ...
... to Nicaraguan Contra rebels was shot down over southern Nicaragua by Sandinista forces. One of the plane's occupants, Eugene Hasenfus, parachuted to safety while three other men were killed.
Jenkins fought against the ruling until the Virginia Supreme Court awarded visitation rights to her in 2008. A family court ... Timothy Miller, a Mennonite pastor in Nicaragua, was arrested and deported to the United States in connection with the case ...
"His Spanish wasn't very good," said one of his former students, but his efforts were appreciated at a time that the U.S. government was mostly known for supporting oppressive regimes in El Salvador and Nicaragua. "We were not used to .... The Supreme ...
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio joined growing chorus calling for a stronger push against the Nicaraguan government's "assault on democracy.
"His Spanish wasn't very good," said one of his former students, but his efforts were appreciated at a time that the U.S. government was mostly known for supporting oppressive regimes in El Salvador and Nicaragua. "We were not used to interacting with ...
timo-miller-compressed-1 BUFFALO, N.Y. - An American missionary to Nicaragua is expected to stand trial in the coming weeks as the third man being indicted on charges of conspiracy and international parental kidnapping for helping an ex-lesbian flee ...
Before that, she covered abortion politics in Nicaragua and El Salvador, two of the seven countries in the world that completely ban the procedure.
13 statement, "More than a year after the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on marriage, and despite recent statements from the campaign trail, the Catholic Church's 2,000-year-old teaching to the truth about what constitutes marriage remains unchanged and ...
A Nicaraguan cruise ship employee, Suazo, sued his employer, NCL, in Florida state court, alleging that he suffered injuries while lifting heavy garbage bins at work and claiming negligence under the Jones Act and general maritime law.
Gonzalez, former president of the Vagos in Nicaragua, was convicted of seven counts, including murder with a deadly weapon, conspiracy to commit murder and challenging someone to a fight resulting in death.
The legislation, which would force the U.S. to oppose some international lending to Nicaragua until the country takes steps to ensure free and fair elections, has drawn support from Freedom House and other democracy watchdog groups.
John Collmus, a teacher at Covenant school in Charlottesville, likewise took the stand, advising that Philip Zodhiates had emailed to ask if he would take "two pieces" of luggage with him on his upcoming trip to Nicaragua for a woman named "Sarah ...
So as we come around to mid-September - and the anniversaries of the independence of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Chile, and Belize - I am proud to introduce a resolution in the United States Senate to recognize ...
Gonzalez was convicted of the slaying and sentenced to life in prison but won an appeal before the Nevada Supreme Court in December and was granted a new trial.
Nicaraguan politicians and Economists expressed concern Thursday after the United States House of Representatives passed a bill calling for economic sanctions against Daniel Ortega's government for restricting free elections and curbing political ...
In June, the Nicaraguan Supreme Court stripped two opposition parties of their leaders. Members of Congress are also concerned about the expulsion of three U.S.
with your lungs full of water. Now, back to the Golden Rule for the candidates. What gets me is the sighing thing made infamous by Vice President Al Gore in his debate against the Supreme Court's favorite, George Bush, who won the Supreme Court election.
"This case is about how [Zodhiates] secretly helped Lisa Miller kidnap Isabella and hide her in Nicaragua," Federal PRosecutor Paul J. Van De Graaf said in his opening statement.
On September 6th, the former president of El Salvador, Mauricio Funes, was granted political asylum in Nicaragua, where he has been living and working as a private consultant for the last three months. Funes, who was president from 2009 to 2014 ...
In June, the Nicaraguan Supreme Court stripped two opposition parties of their leaders. Members of Congress are also concerned about the expulsion of three U.S.
Homosexuality is a sin." However, Jenkins fought the ruling all the way up to the Virginia Supreme Court, which in 2008, ruled in favor of granting Miller's former lesbian partner visitation rights.
However, Jenkins fought the ruling all the way up to the Virginia Supreme Court, which in 2008, ruled in favor of granting Miller's former lesbian partner visitation rights.
On June 8, 2016, the Nicaraguan Supreme Court decided a six-year-old lawsuit ruling that Daniel Ortega's main opposition in the election -- Eduardo Montealegre -- was no longer the head of his party and was ineligible to run for election.
The group visited the Nicaraguan Supreme Court building and, while on a tour of the building, had a chance meeting with Alba Luz Ramos, president of the Nicaraguan Supreme Court. "It was awesome to speak with her," Arroyo said, adding the justice spent ...


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