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Woman Calls Radio Show to Complain That Deer are Attracted to Deer Crossing Signs The Y94 Playhouse radio station in North Dakota received one of the most interesting and funny calls from a listener earlier in October. The caller, known only as Donna, called to complain about the deer crossing signs that are posted…>read more

No Comment October 23, 2012

Chevy Chase Uses N-Word on Set of Community Yet again Chevy Chase is the center of a problem for the television show “Community” on NBC. Last year, Chase was involved in an argument with Dan Harmon and Harmon was fired after he leaked a voicemail from Chase. Now,…>read more

No Comment October 23, 2012

Obama and Romney Discuss Foreign Policy During Final Debate During the final presidential debate Monday night, President Barack Obama took on Republican candidate Mitt Romney regarding foreign policy. Obama said, “Every time you’ve offered an opinion you’ve been wrong.” Romney said, “Attacking me is not an agenda” when it…>read more

No Comment October 23, 2012

Sarah Stage Suing Playboy for Delay in Payment In one of the more interesting lawsuits to spring up recently, this one absolutely takes the cake. Here is the scoop: Playboy is being sued by a model who worked for the magazine for all of two days. The lawsuit…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

France 24 TV Reporter Attacked in Tahrir Square According to France 24 TV, one of the network’s correspondents was attacked in Cairo’s Tahrir Square when she was overcome by a crowd of protestors. The correspondent, Sonia Dridi, suffered the attack at 10:30 PM on Friday night during after…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

Nissan Altima Sedans Recalled According to an announcement by safety regulators in the United States, Nissan Motor Co will recall 13,919 Altima sedans in the U.S. The recall was announced because it is possible that bolts might not have been tightened properly during the…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

Former U.S. Attorney, Patrick Fitzgerald, to Join Skadden Patrick Fitzgerald, the former United States attorney, is prepared to join the law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom next week. Fitzgerald is the longest-tenured United States attorney in the history of Chicago. He was named a partner…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

Liberty University School of Law Sued in Civil-Racketeering Case In a story we covered back in August, Lisa Ann Miller and Janet Jenkins entered into a same-sex union by marrying in Vermont. Two years after marrying, the couple had a girl. When the girl was 17 months old, Miller…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

Teen Girl Shoots Intruder While Home Alone A teen girl from Oklahoma had to defend herself and her home this past Wednesday when an intruder burst into her home along the state’s border with Texas. The girl, Kendra, was home alone when the suspect rang the doorbell.…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

Lance Armstrong’s Seven Tour de France Titles Stripped The sanctions handed down by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) were ratified b the International Cycling Union (UCI) on Monday, which means that cyclist Lance Armstrong has been stripped of his seven titles from the Tour de France and…>read more

No Comment October 22, 2012

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Capital Markets Attorney
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Capital Markets Associate - DC Am Law 100 firm seeks a highly credentialed Capital Markets Associate to join their Group in Washington, D.C. This firm presents an opportunity for a top mid-level...