The court's decision upholds the Colorado Court of Appeals ruling last summer that Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, can't use religious beliefs as grounds for denying a same-sex couple service.
Portugal's Constitutional Court has rejected a former CIA operative's appeal against her extradition to Italy to serve a six-year sentence for her part in the U.S. extraordinary renditions program, a court official said Tuesday.
A judge ruled there were no constitutional grounds to reverse a decision by a lower court and the Supreme Court to send Sabrina de Sousa back to Italy, the official told The AP. He spoke on condition of anonymity in accordance with the Constitutional Court's rules.
Air strikes and rocket attacks by Syrian government forces west of Aleppo have killed five rescue workers, a monitoring group said, as hopes of a lasting ceasefire began to crumble
The raids hit a centre for the Syrian Civil Defence - rescue workers also known as the "White Helmets" - in the opposition-held town of Atarib, on the outskirts of Aleppo, according to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Seven members of an alleged extremist Jewish terror cell were indicted in an Israeli court.
The cell, including an Israeli soldier and two minors, are accused of setting Palestinian vehicles on fire, throwing firebombs at Palestinian homes and assaulting Palestinians. They also are charged with membership in an illegal organization and causing grave bodily harm. They were indicted Monday in Petah Tikvah District Court.
Three decades after the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded and sent a plume of radiation as far away as the United Kingdom, fears remain that the world's worst nuclear disaster could still trigger cancer, illness and more deaths.
The initial accident on April 26, 1986, killed at least 28 people when an explosion during a routine test destroyed reactor No. 4 at the plant in Pripyat, Ukraine, then part of the former Soviet Union. The reactor was later entombed in a sarcophagus of steel and concrete to contain the radiation, but it started leaking. A new cover for the reactor is due to be completed in 2017.
A Canadian man held captive by Islamist militants for months in the Philippines has been killed.
John Ridsdel, 68, was taken from a tourist resort along with three others by the Abu Sayyaf group in September last year.
Confirming the death, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called it "an act of coldblooded murder".
Billionaire environmental activist Tom Steyer's super PAC launched a $25 million youth voter drive on Monday in seven political battleground states to help elect candidates that champion climate change policies in November's general election.
Steyer's NextGen Climate super PAC, a political group that raises funds to boost candidates with strong environmental platforms, said the campaign aims to boost turnout of millennials, who have become one of the largest potential voter groups.
A panel of international experts on Sunday accused Mexico's government of undermining their probe into the fate of 43 trainee teachers apparently massacred in 2014, the most notorious human rights case in Mexico in recent years.
The independent panel said the government's stonewalling stopped them from reaching the truth as they wrap up their work and prepare to leave Mexico.
The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has placed a swath from southern Nebraska to central Kansas and central Oklahoma in a "moderate risk" for severe storms Tuesday.
A moderate risk is the second highest of the five categories SPC uses to outlook areas of possible severe weather, according to weather.com.
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