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Hostess and Bakers Union Meet in Mediation In an effort to save over 18,000 jobs, bankruptcy judge Robert Drain decided to delay the bid by Hostess Brands Inc. to close its business and sell its factories, brands and other assets. Drain told both the company and its…>read more

No Comment November 20, 2012

Sales of Sex Toys Increase in Canada; NHL Lockout Credited According to retailers in Alberta, Canada, sales of sex toys have increased during the fall season for one major reason: the lockout of the National Hockey League. “We’d be gearing up for [NHL hockey] now, but there’s nothing, so I…>read more

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Death Toll in Gaza Strip Escalates as Israeli Attacks Continue The Palestinian death toll has risen to over 100 as Israeli aircraft carried out an attack on a media center Monday in the Gaza Strip. The attack killed a senior militant, according to the New York Times. On Monday, Israel…>read more

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Marco Rubio Refuses to Offer Input on Earth’s Age In an interview with GQ, Senator Marco Rubio, a Republican from Florida, said that he is not qualified to answer questions about the age of our planet. “I’m not a scientist, man. I can tell you what recorded history says,…>read more

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Dolphin Killings Investigated Along Gulf In a report from the Sun Herald, a team from the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies in Gulfport found a dolphin on Ship Island on Friday with its lower jaw missing. The weekend before, the IMMS responded to a call…>read more

No Comment November 19, 2012

Sheldon Stephens, Elmo Accuser, Says He Was Pressured to Recant Story According to TMZ, the man who accused the voice of Elmo of underage sex has said that he now stands by his original story and that he was pressured into recanting it last week. The voice of Elmo is Kevin…>read more

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NY Federal Reserve Wins Lawsuit Filed by AIG’s Greenberg United States District Judge Paul Engelmayer dismissed the lawsuit filed by Maurice Greenberg that accused the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for unlawfully bailing out American International Group Inc during the financial crisis of 2008. The lawsuit was for…>read more

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Law Schools Trimming Sizes of Incoming Classes In a press release from Kaplan, the Kaplan Test Prep’s 2012 survey of law school admissions officers found that 51 percent of law schools decided to cut the size of their incoming classes. In the survey, 63 percent said that…>read more

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Survey from Wells Fargo Predicts Law Firm Layoffs Wells Fargo Private Bank released its findings from a recent survey that found 15 percent of United States law firms are planning to cut their partnership ranks during the first quarter of 2013, Reuters reported. The survey looks at 115…>read more

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Teen Convicted of Manslaughter Sentenced to Probation and Church Tyler Alred, 17, has been sentenced to 10 years of probation with requirements that include attending church services on a regular basis. Alred was drinking when he crashed his pickup truck at 4 a.m. on December 3, 2011, according to…>read more

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LEGAL SECRETARY
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NYC midtown law firm seeks a full-time Legal Secretary with 2-6 years\' experience for a Busy Partner with a Corporate and Entertainment Practice. Must be detail oriented, organized, able to mult...