Law

Kate Middleton Topless Photos: First Lady Of France Shares Her Pain

The First Lady of France, Valerie Trierweiler, won damages against a French magazine that published photos of her wearing a bikini on a beach. Perhaps Kate Middleton -- who has suffered the indignity of having topless photos of herself printed in France -- could take some inspiration from this.

Amanda Knox Ex-Boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito Admits Bizarre Behavior in New Memoir

Amanda Knox, the American exchange student who was convicted of murdering her flat mate, Meredith Kercher, while studying abroad in Italy in 2007, has been trying to return to a normal life since being acquitted of charges and released from Italian prison last year. But details surrounding Kercher's death are being brought up again, this time in a new memoir from Raffaele Sollecito, the Italian student Knox was dating at the time of Kercher's murder.

Fired For Being Christian? Religious Employees Have Their Day In Court

The landmark hearing follows six years of legal battles and tribunals for the four plaintiffs, whose high-profile cases are seen as a polarizing dividing line between British Christians who want to express their faith in the workplace and employers who assert their right to impose dress codes and guidelines for workplace conduct.

Archbishop-Elect Salvatore Cordileone Apologizes for DUI Arrest

Rev. Salvatore Cordileone, the archbishop-elect of San Francisco, issued an apology on Monday for his recent arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence. Cordileone, 56, who was arrested at a DUI checkpoint near San Diego State University in the early hours of Saturday morning, called his actions an "error in judgment," and said he feels "shame for the disgrace I have brought upon the Church and myself."

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