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Wake Forest Law Alum Donating Kidney to Former Professor An alum of the Wake Forest University School of Law, Chris Beechler (2001), is donating one of his kidneys to his friend and former professor, Dave Pishko, according to a story published by the school. “It certainly surprised me,” Pishko…>read more

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Pastor of Virginia Church Says Equine Assisted Psycotherapy Can ‘Cure’ Homosexuality The pastor of the Cowboy Church of Virginia, Raymond bell, has an interesting method to ‘cure’ people who are homosexual. Gay Star News has reported that Bell said using Equine Assisted Psychotherapy can help those be cured from maladies and…>read more

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Obama Signs Executive Order for Pay Raises Returning members of Congress, Vice President Joe Biden and federal workers receive an early New Year’s gift as President Barack Obama signed an executive order issuing pay raises for all of those mentioned. The order was signed this past Thursday…>read more

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Piers Morgan Takes Petition for Deportation in Stride News broke last week about the creation of a petition on the White House’s petition website calling for the deportation of CNN television show host Piers Morgan after Morgan made comments about gun control in the United States. Well, Morgan…>read more

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Police Kill Suspect Who Opens Fire in New Jersey Police Department On Friday morning, a man who was arrested for stalking an ex-girlfriend overtook a police officer inside the Gloucester Township, New Jersey, police station, took her gun, and then shot her and two other officers before being shot to death …>read more

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Record Year for Bank Fines in United States In a report from CNN Money, banks were fined a record $10.7 billion in 2012. The fine that broke the record came earlier in December when UBS agreed to pay United States authorities $1.2 billion for manipulating Libor. The total…>read more

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Ninth Dean of Hofstra Law School is Eric Lane Stuart Rabinowitz, the president of Hofstra University, announced earlier this month that Eric Lane has been appointed as the ninth dean of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. Lane takes over as dean beginning on January…>read more

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McCuneWright LLP Involved in Toyota Settlement A law firm from Redlands, California has a stake in the $1 billion class action lawsuit involving Toyota and customers across the country. The firm, McCuneWright LLP, confirmed on Wednesday that it is involved in the settlement, according to Redlands…>read more

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General Norman Schwarzkopf Passes Away at 78 Retired General H. Norman Schwarzkopf passed away at the age of 78 on Thursday in Tampa, Florida. He passed away due to complications from pneumonia. In 1988, Schwarzkopf was named as the commander in chief of U.S. Central Command at…>read more

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Teen from India Who was Raped Commits Suicide On Thursday, police and a relative said that a 17-year-old girl from India who was gang-raped has committed suicide. The girl was pressured by police to drop the case against her attackers and instead marry one of them. One of…>read more

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