Suspect in Murder of Retired Jersey City Cop Charged in Georgia
Suspect in Murder of Retired Jersey City Cop Charged in Georgia
Engineer Fired by Ford After Listening Devices Found
Engineer Fired by Ford After Listening Devices Found
Obama Takes Issue with Companies Switching Addresses for Taxes
Obama Takes Issue with Companies Switching Addresses for Taxes
Investigation Into Sexual Harassment in Ohio State Marching Band Complete
Investigation Into Sexual Harassment in Ohio State Marching Band Compl...
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Suspect in Murder of Retired Jersey City Cop Charged in Georgia

Suspect in Murder of Retired Jersey City Cop Charged in Georgia A man from Georgia was arrested Thursday and charged with the murder of a retired Jersey City, New Jersey police officer, according to The Jersey Journal. The officer was discovered face down in his home with an electrical cord wrapped…>read more

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Engineer Fired by Ford After Listening Devices Found

Engineer Fired by Ford After Listening Devices Found The FBI is investigating a former Ford engineer after listening devices were discovered in meeting rooms at offices for the company, according to USA Today. A statement from Ford said that the company has “initiated an investigation of a now-former…>read more

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Obama Takes Issue with Companies Switching Addresses for Taxes

Obama Takes Issue with Companies Switching Addresses for Taxes When making remarks on Friday at a technical college in Los Angeles, President Barack Obama had some strong words for companies that use cross-border mergers to escape taxes in the United States, according to Bloomberg. Obama accused the companies of…>read more

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Investigation Into Sexual Harassment in Ohio State Marching Band Complete

Investigation Into Sexual Harassment in Ohio State Marching Band Complete Jonathan Waters, the marching band director at Ohio State University, has been fired by the school following a two-month investigation that discovered “serious cultural issues and an environment conducive to sexual harassment” among the students, according to USA Today and…>read more

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Joseph Wood Executed in Arizona, Prompting Review of Procedure

Joseph Wood Executed in Arizona, Prompting Review of Procedure An outside review of the “horrifically botched execution” of a convicted double-murderer has been requested by the man’s lawyers, according to Reuters. The lethal injection occurred in Arizona on Wednesday night and it took the man two hours to die.…>read more

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Sale of East Hampton Mansion Ignites Legal Battle

Sale of East Hampton Mansion Ignites Legal Battle The sale of the most expensive residential property in the United States has launched a multimillion-dollar legal fight, according to Page Six. The house, in East Hampton, was bought for $147 million by investor Barry Rosenstein. Rosenstein is the founder…>read more

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Donald Sterling Files New Lawsuit Against NBA and Shelly Sterling

Donald Sterling Files New Lawsuit Against NBA and Shelly Sterling Shelly Sterling and the NBA have been accused of fraud by Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling in a new lawsuit filed against the proposed sale of the team to former Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer, according to Bloomberg.…>read more

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David Keith Hathaway Charged in Theft of Panties

David Keith Hathaway Charged in Theft of Panties David Keith Hathaway is a town marshal from Millersburg, Indiana. Hathaway is facing criminal charges after reportedly admitting to stealing underwear that belongs to the girlfriend of his son, according to the Huffington Post, the Associated Press and WSBT. Hathaway…>read more

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Hedge Fund Sues Puerto Rico for Restructuring Law

Hedge Fund Sues Puerto Rico for Restructuring Law The brand new debt-restructuring law in Puerto Rico is facing major legal hurdles. Now, a hedge fund, BlueMountain Capital Management LLC, has joined the fight, according to The Wall Street Journal. The hedge fund filed a lawsuit on Tuesday in…>read more

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The First Conviction Surrounding the Boston Bombing: Bomber’s Friend Obstructed Justice

The First Conviction Surrounding the Boston Bombing: Bomber’s Friend Obstructed Justice The collection of trials following the Boston Marathon bombing of April 2013 have kicked off with their first conviction: Azamat Tazhayakov was the first of two who were charged with obstruction and conspiracy to obstruct justice for allegedly removing a…>read more

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