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Preliminary Approval Given by Judge for Netflix Settlement   Preliminary approval has been granted by a federal judge for Netflix Inc.’s $9 million settlement of a class-action litigation lawsuit that accused the video company of violating privacy laws protecting consumers. U.S. District Judge Edward Davila said that the…>read more

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ABA Study Shows Law Schools Altering Curriculum   A new survey shows that law schools in the United States have started increasing their clinical and professionalism programs as a result of the changing economy and pressure from the media and academia. Of the schools surveyed, three-quarters of…>read more

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Final Staff Members at Dewey Could Receive Large Bonuses   The law firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP is doing everything it can to keep what is left of its employees from leaving as it winds down operations. In fact, the firm is turning to cash to make sure…>read more

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Mom Tries to Convince 14-Year-Old Daughter to Get Breast Implants   A 14-year-old girl from Nottinghamshire, England is a member of the Marshall family. What is so special about this family? The 14-year-old, named Britney, is the only female in the family without breast implants. Her mother, Chantal, said that…>read more

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Texas Teacher Allegedly Had Sex with Student in Classroom   Kathryn Camille Murray was arrested and charged with sexual abuse of a child back in February. Murray is 29 and is a former teacher from Houston, Texas. Murray is now facing more charges that allege she had sex with…>read more

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Fired Lifeguard Declines to Take His Job Back   A drowning man was saved by lifeguard Tomas Lopez earlier this week at a beach in south Florida. The lifeguard was rewarded for his efforts by losing his job. The reason for Lopez being fired was that he left…>read more

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Mexico President-Elect Vows to Fight Drug Gangs   The president-elect of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, said on Tuesday that he is planning to continue the efforts of President Felipe Calderón’s fight against the drug gangs in the country. Nieto also said that he would use a long-term…>read more

No Comment July 5, 2012

WikiLeaks Releases Syria Files   On Thursday July 5, WikiLeaks started publishing the Syria Files. The Syria Files consist of over two million emails from Syrian political figures, ministries and associated companies from August of 2006 to March of 2012. The set of data…>read more

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Topless Photos of Tallulah Willis being Shopped to Media Outlets   Yet another Hollywood starlet has been caught in a nude photo scandal as topless photos of Tallulah Willis are being shopped around to various media outlets, according to reports. The photos allegedly show Willis smoking on what looks to…>read more

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Delaware Liquor Distributorship to Pay Fine for Illegal Campaign Contributions   A liquor distributorship will not be prosecuted by an independent counsel appointed by Attorney General Beau Biden. A former executive for the liquor distributorship made illegal campaign finance contributions to political candidates, including vice president Joe Biden. The non-prosecution…>read more

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