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Canberra 2003 bushfires damages appeal rejected by ACT Supreme Court

Anti-protest bill cannot be saved, former Supreme Court judge tells MPs

US to recognize gay marriage in another six states

Health overhaul's subsidies at Supreme Court

Focus on NSA surveillance limits turns to courts

NSA surveillance limits: The focus turns to courts

US Supreme Court late night rulings on death row fates

US recognises gay marriages in six more states

U.S. recognizes gay marriages in six more states

Jury sent home as it considers fate of Aaron Carlino, accused of murdering...

Parliamentary committee rejects Qld Government's nominee to head Crime and...

Judge rejects creditors' bid for Argentine funds held by BNY Mellon

Bill Clinton urges US LGBT activists to continue equality push

Govt to probe Indians with foreign bank accounts

Barclays sued by Saudi developer for $10 billion

Car smashes Ten Commandments statue, man detained

Ex-Libyan rebel leader allowed to sue Britain over torture claim

Car smashes Commandments statue, US man detained

Navajo vote could factor into tight Arizona race

Police should apologise for handling of Prue Bird case: detective

Before US, gay marriage accepted in parts of world

Poll: Economy, health care eclipse social issues

Israel's Netanyahu fumes at reported US 'chickens--t' slur

Same-sex couples in Wash. state start wedding vows

Federal judges sue to win promised pay increases

FACT CHECK: Romney's deficit vow lacks specifics

New law points to Philippine church's waning sway

Firestorm fallout: who's to blame?

Immigration fallout from saying no to 'Obamacare'

Gay activists laud Obama speech, now want action

Man found guilty of stabbing murder

Jury in murder trial discharged and case adjourned

Family of dead Pakistani student pardons killers

Gina Rinehart's olive branch to kids

Strangling Vic sex worker 'an accident'

Ginsburg says push for voter ID laws predictable

Ohio killer nears execution with untried method

Dueling surveillance rulings stir legal ripples