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Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Charlie Gard, who turns 11 months old on Tuesday, with his parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Charlie Gard, who is 11 months old, with his parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Dispute Over British Baby’s Fate Draws In Pope and U.S. President

Charlie Gard, who turns 11 months old on Tuesday, with his parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
Sidebar: Across the Atlantic, Another Supreme Court Case on Cake and Gay Rights

Sidebar: Across the Atlantic, Another Supreme Court Case on Cake and Gay Rights

The case from Belfast concerns a gay rights activist in Northern Ireland who sought to buy a cake from Ashers Baking Company.
Sidebar: Across the Atlantic, Another Supreme Court Case on Cake and Gay Rights

Sidebar: Across the Atlantic, Another Supreme Court Case on Cake and Gay Rights

The case from Belfast concerns a gay rights activist in Northern Ireland who sought to buy a cake from Ashers Baking Company.
U.K. Courts Reduce Their Role in Ending Life Support

U.K. Courts Reduce Their Role in Ending Life Support

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, in London. Its unanimous ruling will apply across England and Wales.
U.K. Courts Reduce Their Role in Ending Life Support

U.K. Courts Reduce Their Role in Ending Life Support

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, in London. Its unanimous ruling will apply across England and Wales.
Despite UK court order, Mallya may not be coming home anytime soon

Despite UK court order, Mallya may not be coming home anytime soon

The erstwhile king of good times may be headed for some bad time now. A magistrate court in the UK yesterday (Dec. 10) ordered the…