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'Gang of Six' Plan: Who Are the Six Responsible?
July 21 2011 9:44 AM EDT
The 'Gang of Six' senators have a lot riding on their shoulders: They may hold the power to save the United States from default.
'Gang of Six' Senators: Who Are They?
July 20 2011 8:20 AM EDT
The 'Gang of Six' Senators may hold the power to save the U.S. from default.
Who are the 'Gang of Six' Senators?
July 19 2011 5:12 PM EDT
The U.S. Government borrowing authority ends on August 2. A failure by Democrats and Republicans to reach a deal on the debt ceiling could result in an event most economists for decades thought was unfathomable -- a default by the largest and most technologically advanced economy in the world.
Colorful character of Jose Baez, Casey Anthony defense attorney
July 06 2011 5:22 AM EDT
In a bizarre moment inside the Orange Country courthouse on Tuesday, just after Casey Anthony was acquitted of the charge of killing her toddler daughter, her attorney Jose Baez gushed: I saved a life today. Known now as the 'luckiest man in America', Jose Baez comes across as a unique character with an eventful past and no particularly impressive credential as a legal eagle.
Video game law squashing, a ray of hope for entertainment industry
June 28 2011 2:38 AM EDT
The squashing of California's video game law by the Supreme Court has come as a ray of hope for entertainment industry at large.
Religious Organization Issue Bogs Down New York Gay Marriage Bill Debate; Passage Uncertain
June 24 2011 12:19 PM EDT
The exemptions for religious groups clause has bogged down the gay marriage bill debate, and as of mid-day it was uncertain whether the bill would be voted on Friday.
Californian voters, please rethink seriously about death penalty: Study
June 22 2011 2:48 PM EDT
Californian voters are being reminded to think seriously about the existence of the death penalty, which costs the state more than what it costs to incarcerate convicts, according to a new report by two senior legal figures.
American arrested as Israeli spy in Egypt
June 13 2011 11:21 AM EDT
An American-Israel is being detained in Egypt for trying to spread chaos in the Egyptian public and harm the state's political, economic and social interests.
For Edwards, A Prison Sentence Was the Dealbreaker
June 05 2011 5:33 PM EDT
Federal prosecutors were looking to make a deal with former Senator John Edwards; they would accept his plea of guilty to three misdemeanor campaign finance violations allowing him to avoid a felony conviction and the ability to keep his law license.
Ipad: Most Expensive Apps Hit the Market
June 01 2011 1:12 PM EDT
Bar exam prep and animal diagnostic tools are among the priciest Ipad apps
Sony NGP to be called PS Vita? Dumber Name = More Successful
May 30 2011 8:23 AM EDT
Sony Next Generation Portable (NGP), the much-awaited handheld gaming device, may not show its face for months to come, but rumors are already flying thick and fast that it has a new name - PS Vita.
Showdown Emerging Over Legality of U.S. Involvement in Libya
May 24 2011 8:37 AM EDT
With the conflict in Libya appearing increasingly like a protracted stalemate, Congress is debating whether it must vote to sanction continued U.S. operations.
Is Osama bin Laden killing legal? International Law experts divided
May 07 2011 8:39 AM EDT
The killing of dreaded terrorist Osama bin Laden has triggered a controversy - did it violate international law?
Scenes from the Something Borrowed premiere [PHOTOS]
May 06 2011 12:24 PM EDT
Something Borrowed comes out this weekend. Starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Kate Hudson, Colin Egglesfield and John Krasinski this film tests various friendships when secrets surface about their relationships.
Osama bin Laden death photo release debate helping conspiracy theories
May 04 2011 11:46 AM EDT
The raging debate over whether the death photos of Osama bin Laden should be released or not to quell rumors has unknowingly only managed to strengthen the voice of conspiracy theorists.
Microsoft vs. i4i Case Could Ripple Through Tech industry
April 19 2011 6:34 PM EDT
The patent case between Microsoft and i4i argued yesterday before the Supreme Court could have ripple effects throughout the technology industry, as Microsoft is seeking to make it easier to prove patents aren't valid.
Yale, NUS set to bring new model of liberal arts education to Asia
April 01 2011 9:46 AM EDT
Upon completion of the four-year program offered by the Yale-NUS College, students will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts or Science (Honours) from the Yale-NUS College, awarded by NUS.
New Patent Law Won't Curb Tech Lawsuits
March 10 2011 11:04 AM EST
Congress is preparing to pass the first major changes to patent law in more than a half a century, but some experts say it may not make much difference in the spate of technology company lawsuits.
Bob DuPuy rejoins Foley & Lardner after long stint as MLB president
February 15 2011 1:43 PM EST
Robert Bob DuPuy, former Major League Baseball (MLB) president, has rejoined law firm Foley & Lardner's sports industry practice group in New York as a partner.
Alec Baldwin receives star in Hollywood Walk of Fame
February 15 2011 10:30 AM EST
Calling it the most unique honor in entertainment, Baldwin received his star in Los Angeles on Valentine's Day, for his achievements in the entertainment industry.