Judge to hold hearing on stopping Wisconsin recount

Judge to hold hearing on stopping Wisconsin recount

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein requested the recount to determine if election machines were hacked. "We are deeply disappointed in Judge Goldsmith's ruling today, which gives deference to partisan state judges in MI who are attempting to block the state's recount simply because of the person who made the request, without regard for the integrity of Michigan's electoral system", Stein's lawyers, Hayley Horowitz and Jessica Clarke said in a statement.

Brexit dominates UK politics, from Supreme Court to Commons

The attorney-general Jeremy Wright, who is appealing the high Court's decision, told the justices they had a clear question: does the government have the legal power to give notice under Article 50 to trigger the withdrawal from the European Union or is further parliamentary approval required.

Exit polls: Romania's Social Democrats in strong lead

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Romanians voted Sunday in a parliamentary election a year after a massive anti-corruption drive forced the last Socialist prime minister from power. Mass protests after the fire on Oct 30 past year that claimed 64 lives - and which was blamed on corruption - forced premier Victor Ponta and his Social Democrats (PSD) to resign.

Bradley boost as Swansea wins 3-0 to exit EPL danger zone

There have been moments along the way where I think we felt all right and saw a small step in the right direction. He scored his first Swansea goal in a 3-1 defeat at home to Manchester City in September but did not score again until November when came off the bench to score twice in stoppage time and earn a dramatic 5-4 win against Crystal Palace.

Dem rips Trump for going after Central Intelligence Agency

United States intelligence officials described mounting concern and confusion about how to proceed in an administration so openly hostile to their function and role. But after receiving that briefing, Bush downplayed the intelligence, reportedly telling the briefer, "All right". The president-elect has spoken admiringly of Putin in the past, calling him a stronger leader that President Obama, and one of Trump's former campaign managers had business associations with Russian companies.