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Three Unauthorized Trades Discovered by UBS On Thursday, a London court heard that managers from UBS have fired two traders involved in unauthorized trading that are unrelated to Kweku Adoboli, an accused fraudster. The jury was presented evidence about an internal UBS probe into trades made…>read more

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Sovereign Grace Ministries Sued by Three Women On Wednesday, a lawsuit was filed against Sovereign Grace Ministries by three female plaintiffs. The church is 30-years-old and has 100 congregations. The majority of the churches are located in the United States. The plaintiffs accuse the lawsuit of covering…>read more

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Mother of Two Breastfeeds Daughter’s Dog A woman named Terri Graham has found a way to fulfill her maternal instincts and desires by breastfeeding her daughter’s dog, Spider. Graham is a mother of two but she was not able to breastfeed her children. Now that she…>read more

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Obama Says ‘Good-Paying’ Jobs to Come   During the debate Tuesday night, President Barack Obama made sure he got across his point that his administration would create “not just jobs but good-paying jobs.” The president said that the jobs would be created on education and advanced…>read more

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Graduates from Columbia Law Rank 1st in the Country for Jobs The most recent grad-school rankings from the Princeton Review show that Columbia Law School was able to help its graduates acquire a job within nine months of graduating at a 99 percent rate. This percentage puts Columbia at the top…>read more

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University of Miami Offers Legal Fellowships The University of Miami law school has a fellowship program for its students that was created two years ago and receives funding from the school and from private grants outside of the school. The program is called Legal Corps and…>read more

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Funeral Protest Ordinance Ruled Legal by Appeals Court On Tuesday, a federal appeals court ruled that a suburb of St. Louis is permitted to enforce a funeral protest ordinance that prevents picketing by an anti-gay church from Kansas. The ruling, issued by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of…>read more

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Photo of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson Surfaces As the saying goes, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Well, that sentiment comes into play with the recent photo hitting the internet of actress Kristen Stewart and actor Robert Pattinson. There were rumors flying recently that the two…>read more

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Nike Ends Contract with Lance Armstrong Well known cyclist Lance Armstrong and Nike have ended their affiliation, with Nike citing insurmountable evidence that Armstrong was involved in a doping scandal and that he lied to the company about his activities for over 10 years. According to…>read more

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Supreme Court Votes Not to Block Early Voting Days in Ohio The campaign for President Barack Obama secured a victory three weeks prior to Election Day as the Supreme Court decided to block a decision regarding early voting days in Ohio. A request from the Ohio Republican elections chief and attorney…>read more

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