Jerusalem passport, Facebook case opinions next up for Supreme Court?
United States was argued on December 1, 2014 and itis a case originating near Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. It is one of three cases still pending from December, with nine other cases already decided. Anthony Elonis is challenging a 44-month prison sentence … Read more on Constitution Daily (blog)
Visa complexity vexes parents of dual nationality Chinese children
This means that Chinese authorities will not recognize a child's passport from the home country of one of his parents until the parents make a formal — and complicated — application to "cancel" their child's Chinese citizenship. The process can take … Read more on Los Angeles Times
Sotheby's CEO to Step Down
He has worked at Sotheby's for 34 years, and during his 14-year tenure as CEO he has pushed it beyond the traditional auction hubs of New York, London and Hong Kong into mainland China, the Middle East and online. He also has had to negotiate a … Read more on Wall Street Journal
Greater New York Watch: News Digest
A judge set bail at $ 7,000 and ordered Mr. Souid to surrender his passport. District Attorney Kenneth Thompson said Mr. Souid's “foolish” actions had put himself and others in danger. “It will not be tolerated,” Mr. Thompson said. “This is not a game … Read more on Wall Street Journal
Battle of Jerusalem: What Congress should do now
In 2002, Congress passed a law requiring the State Department to issue to an American child born in Jerusalem a passport saying he was born in Israel. The bill passed almost unanimously. Yet when the American parents of such an American asked for such … Read more on New York Post
Charlottean is thankful for 'where we are today'
In 1975, after retiring from the Davis Cup team, Marmareanu was stripped of his passport. For what he described as a great deal of money, he obtained a 72-hour tourist passport and defected to the United States, where he made his home in New York. Read more on Charlotte Observer
Jerusalem synagogue: Three victims were US rabbis
Three of four men killed in an attack on a West Jerusalem synagogue have been identified as Israeli-US nationals. The attack, carried out in an Orthodox Jewish community by two Palestinians armed with a pistol and meat cleavers, is the city's deadliest … Read more on BBC News
When will Jurgen Klinsmann take the US men's national team forward?
No, this is about objectively looking at how much the U.S. senior team has improved since American supporters celebrated the exit of Bradley and welcomed the arrival of Klinsmann in July of 2011. Klinsmann was supposed to be the breath of fresh air … Read more on Yahoo Canada Sports