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Breyer took part in case despite wife’s stock ownership

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer had a conflict of interest under federal law when he heard arguments in a case this week despite his wife's ownership of stock in a company involved in the dispute.
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‘Affluenza’ DUI case: Never-before-seen deposition tapes

Never-before-seen deposition tapes reveal new details of how Texas teen Ethan Couch and his parents viewed his privileged upbringing that became the core of his defense in the so-called “Affluenza” DUI case.

With letter, Biden aide urges Dems not to count him out yet

Just as Democrats were starting to count him out, Joe Biden sent a clear signal through his political team that not only might he enter the presidential race soon, he has a strategy prepared that he thinks could win.
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Nevada shuts down fantasy sports sites

DraftKings and FanDuel have exited Nevada after regulators ordered the daily fantasy sports sites to get a gambling license or shut down

Hacker arrested in alleged ISIS effort to kill Americans

A hacker in Malaysia is under arrest and awaiting extradition to the United States, accused of colluding in a conspiracy to intimidate and kill U.S. military personnel.

3rd baby in 3 months dies after being tossed from NY window

Police in New York say it's the third time it's happened in the city in the past three months.
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Hastert attorney says former speaker intends to plead guilty

An attorney for Dennis Hastert has told a federal judge that the former House speaker intends to plead guilty in a federal hush-money case.
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Government: No benefit rise for Social Security next year

The government says there will be no benefit increase next year for millions of Social Security recipients, disabled veterans and federal retirees.
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Police: Brothers beaten in church to confess their sins

Investigators say the fatal beating of a young man and the savage attack on his younger brother at an upstate New York church was intended to get them to confess their sins.

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