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Concordia University School of Law Set to Open This Month Concordia University sent officials from the school to Boise back in 2007 in order to find areas where they could begin a law school. It has taken five years but the university is scheduled to open the doors of the…>read more

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“Citizen Kane” No Longer Greatest Movie of All-Time For the first time in 50 years, “Citizen Kane” is not on the top of the list of best films of all-time. Sight & Sound released its international film critics’ poll, which comes out once every decade, that determines what…>read more

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Charges Against Cuba Gooding Jr. Dropped Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. got into some trouble with the police in New Orleans earlier this week because of an incident at a local bar. An arrest warrant was issued for the actor after he reportedly shoved a female bartender…>read more

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U.S. Olympic Athletes Face Tax on Medals and Reward Money According to the Americans for Tax Reform, prize money and medals won by United States athletes at the Olympics are subject to income tax. Alex Knight is a tax partner for Habif, Arogeti & Wynne. He said, “It’s no different…>read more

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Chinese Badminton Player Disqualified from Olympics Quits Sport One of the badminton players from China who was disqualified from the Olympics for attempting to lose has decided to quit the sport. Yu Yang posted the following on the Tencent microblogging site that said: “This is my last game.…>read more

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PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker Agree to Settle PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker have settled a federal money laundering charge and fraud charges against them. The companies have said that they will pay hundreds of millions of dollars in the settlement in order to reimburse customers. PokerStars is…>read more

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Tax Plan Proposed by Mitt Romney Would Benefit Richest Americans According to analysis released on Wednesday by a nonpartisan group, the proposal from Mitt Romney to slash taxes of individual income by 20 percent would help to increase the income of the wealthiest taxpayers in the country. The analysis was…>read more

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Gore Vidal Dies at 86 Gore Vidal, the man who made a name for himself as an author, politician, playwright and commentator died at the age of 86 in Los Angeles Tuesday evening. Vidal died at 6:45 p.m. from complications from pneumonia, according to nephew…>read more

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Concord Law School of Kaplan University Celebrates 18th Graduation Ceremonies On Sunday July 28, Concord Law School of Kaplan University held its eighteenth graduation ceremony. The school is the country’s leading completely-online law school. The ceremonies took place in Los Angeles at the Skirball Cultural Center. The graduates were divided…>read more

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Badminton Players Disqualified from Olympics for Throwing Matches The Badminton World Federation announced on Wednesday that eight female doubles players had been disqualified from the Olympics because they were trying to lose matches in order to gain a more favorable spot in the tournament. Two teams from South…>read more

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Job of the Day
Family Law Paralegal
USA-AZ-Scottsdale

Qualified candidate MUST have: A minimum of 5 years Family Law paralegal experience Be self-motivated with the ability to independently manage cases Have excellent organizational a...