Tomorrow is a major deadline for deciding whether the United States will move its embassy to Jerusalem. We still don’t know what President Trump will do.
Updates from the Military Commissions, 11/14-11/16: Wrapping Up the Physical Evidence Witnesses in al-Nashiri
The prosecution wraps up the introduction of physical evidence from the site of the USS Cole bombing as the military commission proceedings in United States v. al-Nashiri continue.
The military commission proceedings in United States v. al-Nashiri enter a new phase with the cross-examination of a witness on why the remaining member of the defense team refuses to participate.
Trump can exercise his right to decertify the Iran deal due to policy considerations, not material breach, thanks to Congress.
Brief summaries of all 18 opinions.
A summary of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit's ruling in Wikimedia v. NSA.
Amona and the Settlement Regularization Bill: The Politicization of Suffering and the Threat to the High Court
Even if Israel's new settlement law is eventually overturned, it will succeed in another of the settler movement's goals: weakening the Israeli judiciary.