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Huawei Technologies has sued the Federal Communications Commission, seeking to overturn a regulatory decision that will hurt the Chinese corporation’s(...)

The Microsoft Ireland email case, now headed for the United States Supreme Court, will yet again place Ireland at the heart of a case in which one of (...)

 President Donald Trump and Melania Trump stand together during a rally at Orlando Melbourne International Airport on Saturday. Photograph: Getty

In late September 2016, Donald Trump held a rally in Melbourne, Florida, where he railed against the media and bragged about the size of the crowd. F(...)

US president Donald Trump greeting Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe at the White House on Friday. Mr Trump said the United States was “a fully engaged partner” and would work to “further strengthening our very crucial alliance”. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images

US president Donald Trump has pledged to “rapidly” announce further measures to increase the security of the United States as he criticised a decisio(...)

Alma Kashkooli, (12), from Iran who has a severe medical condition, is wheeled out of customs at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport by her mother Fahimeh Kashkooli who is living in the United States on a student Visa while studying at Fordham University Law School. Alma is in the US to have eye saving surgery according to lawyers for the family. Photograph: Reuters

The US justice department has urged a federal court to reinstate president Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban on people travelling from seven ma(...)

Garrett Kelleher: he said the case was a “travesty of justice” for the Liberians, who have been pursuing their claim for 25 years

Developer Garrett Kelleher has vowed to appeal the ruling of a US judge who warned that he was considering having the Irishman and two others prosecu(...)

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has accused the bank and the official overseeing his US bankruptcy of a “tirade of vilification” of him.

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has accused the bank and the official overseeing his US bankruptcy of a “tirade of vilification” o(...)

David Drumm leaving the Criminal Court in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Lawyers for the former Anglo Irish Bank have urged a US appeals court to reject a second bid by the bank’s former chief executive David Drumm to over(...)

Mr Drumm is awaiting extradition back to Ireland to face 33 criminal charges, which he intends to contest, relating to transactions carried out at Anglo Irish in 2008 while he ran the bank.

A US court has granted former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm an eight-week extension to outline the grounds for his second bankruptcy ap(...)

Barack Obama speaks on the death of Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia: he  vowed to  nominate a replacement “in due time” while  Donald Trump urged  Republicans to “delay, delay, delay”. Photograph:  Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images

The death of conservative diehard Antonin Scalia, the long-serving US Supreme Court justice, has shifted the ground under the American presidential ra(...)

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