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Following President Obama's nomination of chief D.C. Circuit appeals judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, Judy Woodruff turns to Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal and former Solicitor General Seth Waxman for more on the unique situation.
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A Jeanie Buss coup has been spilled with brothers Johnny and Jim Buss trying to find ways to unseat her from the five-member ownership board.
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Netflix surprised "Stranger Things" fans with a new teaser trailer for the second season during Super Bowl LI. It's not very long, but there are a lot of details packed into the spot which hint at what's to come.
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The shadow inventory everyone is talking about appears to be for real, said Jim Soda, who recently returned from the REO Forecast and Housing Recovery Update conference in Miami. Lenders have been putting their house in order and will start to sort ...
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PTI | May 25, 2011, 02.49pm IST MELBOURNE: Indian-origin surgeon Jayant Patel is expected to lodge an appeal in the Australian high court over his manslaughter convictions within days. Lawyers of the 61-year-old Patel were quoted in Australian media as ...
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This column is as much about the business model of podcasting as the art of it, and I had been intending to return back to the “Artie Quitter Podcast,” which I had written about previously.
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Wanda Sykes being outrageous -- that's expected. But for the actress-comedian to be solemn? That's rare. Even when the issue is personal. "I had breast cancer," says Sykes, 47. "Yeah, I know it's scary." The cancer was found after she had undergone ...
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Chris Soules' fate in the fatal car crash could be determined by his cell phone ... and the stakes are high -- a possible vehicular manslaughter prosecution.
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The victim in a fatal car crash Monday night involving Bachelor alum Chris Soules was a U.S. Army vet who served for six years, including a tour in Vietnam, according to his obituary.
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