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Offer praise judiciously

Consider Justice Antonin Scalia's biases and opinions before honoring jurist The passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia raises the distinct possibility, bordering on certainty, that his admirers soon will propose honoring the conservative legal icon by naming...

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Having it both ways

Clinton has a tendency to want all sides of an issue to work in her favor Recently resurrected controversy over Hillary Clinton's 1975 legal defense of a rape suspect is but one volley of distant thunder that will steadily intensify and dominate the debate through...

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Shrinking the right to privacy

Your privacy, and the expectation that it is secure, took a massive hit April 29. It came from state and federal prosecutors arguing Riley v. California before the U.S. Supreme Court. In the Riley case, California's solicitor general and a deputy U.S. solicitor...

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Priceless: The Case that Brought Down the Visa/ MasterCard Bank Cartel

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Journal of the Plague Year: An Insider’s Chronicle of Eliot Spitzer’s Short and Tragic Reign