A Utah man has been charged with threatening a Palestinian rights organization in Washington in a case that was unsealed Monday as tensions rise in the U.S. from the devastating war between Israel and Hamas.
‘It’s so disheartening’: Attorneys reflect on Israel-Hamas war
Hannah Joseph has to make efforts to peel herself away from consuming the constant influx of articles, videos and social media posts about the conflict that has broken out between Israel and Hamas.Read More
Honored to serve: Dentons attorney, veteran celebrated on Indy Honor Flight
In the still morning hours before darkness lifted, 85-year-old Indianapolis attorney Dan Byron was boarding a bus headed for the airport. The Dentons Bingham Greenbaum partner was shuttled along with 86 other veterans to the Indianapolis International Airport at 4 a.m., where they settled onto an American Airlines flight dedicated solely to them. On Sept. […]Read More
Declaring that U.S. leadership “holds the world together,” President Joe Biden told Americans on Thursday night the country must deepen its support of Ukraine and Israel in the middle of two vastly different, unpredictable and bloody wars.
A Russian soldier who pleaded guilty to killing a Ukrainian civilian was sentenced to life in prison on Monday in the first war crimes trial since Moscow invaded three months ago, unleashing a brutal conflict that has led to accusations of atrocities, left thousands dead, driven millions from their homes and flattened whole swaths of cities.
A 21-year-old Russian soldier facing the first war crimes trial since Moscow invaded Ukraine pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing an unarmed civilian.