You have searched for "Twitter"
Showing 1-10 of 10000
(Reuters) - Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a stalwart liberal on the U.S. Supreme Court since 1993, died on Friday at age 87, giving President Donald Trump a chance to expand the court's conservative majority with a third appointment at a time of deep divisions in America and a presidential election looming.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A fierce political battle shaped up over the future of the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday, with President Donald Trump saying he would quickly name a successor to liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a move that would tip the court further to the right.
Healthcare professionals often risk their health and sacrifice quality of life in the line of duty – more so during times of infectious epidemics like the current coronavirus outbreak.
HANAU, Germany (Reuters) - A man suspected of shooting dead nine people in shisha bars in a German town before killing himself and his mother had posted a manifesto online including conspiracy theories and deeply racist views, prosecutors said on Thursday.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland's Fianna Fail will step up efforts to form a government by starting formal engagement with other parties, except Sinn Fein, after marginally winning the most seats at an inconclusive Feb. 8 election.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Normally serene Thailand has been on edge since a rogue soldier went on the rampage in a northeastern city this month, killing 29 people in a shooting spree that ended in a standoff with police at a shopping mall.
ROME (Reuters) - Former prime minister Matteo Renzi threatened on Wednesday a showdown in the Italian government over a long-contested judicial reform, but played down speculation he was poised to quit the fractious coalition.
TOKYO: Covid-19 (coronavirus) infections on a cruise ship moored near Tokyo rose to 621 people on Wednesday (Feb 19) as passengers began disembarking following a contentious two-week quarantine that some foreign health experts said appeared insufficient to stop the spread.
With growing dangers from far-right extremist groups and torrents of threats against politicians, Germany is set to toughen online speech laws and tighten the screws on social networks.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A prominent Turkish businessman was re-arrested hours after being acquitted over his alleged role in landmark 2013 protests, a police spokeswoman said on Wednesday, in a move decried by foreign observers, opposition lawmakers and rights activists.