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Teaching Credentials of Elizabeth Warren Questioned in 1990 Robert Clark, the former Harvard Law School dean, said during an interview in 1994 that the school was working to use an affirmative action policy to hire more female faculty members. Elizabeth Warren, a Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate, was offer…>read more

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Girl, 13, Drives to Kentucky to Meet Boy, 12 Elizabeth Annette Robinson, a 13-year-old from Cypress, Texas, drove 800 miles to meet a 12-year-old boy she befriended while playing Xbox on the Internet. Robinson took her brother’s car, without permission, to meet the boy. The incident occurred on Thursday…>read more

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Representative Joe Walsh Blasts Sandra Fluke for DNC Speech Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown University Law graduate who was in the news months ago, was attacked by Representative Joe Walsh, a Republican from Illinois, about the issue of birth control. Walsh was at a campaign event in Addison, Illinois when…>read more

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Navy SEAL Who Killed bin Laden Speaks on ’60 Minutes’ Matt Bissonnette is a former Navy SEAL who took part in the raid on Osama bin Laden’s hideout in Pakistan last year. Bissonnette is the Navy SEAL who wrote the book about the raid that could face legal action from…>read more

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Teachers in Chicago On Strike On Sunday, no deal was reached between the 25,000 public school teachers and the city of Chicago, according to CBS News. This is the first time the teachers went on strike in 25 years. Sunday night, the president of the…>read more

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Loeb & Loeb Adds Four to Trusts and Estates Department The law firm of Loeb & Loeb LLP has announced via a press release that it has brought on four new lawyers to work in its office in Washington, D.C. All four of the lawyers will be working in the…>read more

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California Suspends Amanda Bynes’ Driver’s License Amanda Bynes has had her driver’s license suspended by the state of California, according to the California Department of Motor Vehicles. On April 6, Bynes struck the cruiser of an L.A. County Sheriff’s Department officer in West Hollywood. In that…>read more

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Drew Peterson Convicted of Murdering Third Wife, Kathleen Savio Drew Peterson was convicted of murdering his third wife, Kathleen Savio, back in 2004. Outside of the courthouse in Joliet, Will County State Attorney James Glasgow said, “We are going to aggressively review that case with an eye towards potentially…>read more

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Roche Doubles Alzheimer’s Test Group A Swiss drug manufacturer, Roche Holding AG, feels that it has taken the lead in the race to develop a drug that could alter the course of Alzheimer’s disease since many other companies suffered setbacks.  A clinical trial operated by…>read more

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Graduate of Ohio State Foregoes Law School to Drive Oscar Mayer Wienermobile According to Ohio State’s newspaper, The Lantern, graduate Theresa Brenner decided to work as an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile driver instead of preparing to attend law school. She even missed graduation in June so she could train as one of 12…>read more

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