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Los Angeles Woman’s Release After 32-Year-Old Wrongful Conviction Raises Questions

Los Angeles Woman’s Release After 32-Year-Old Wrongful Conviction Raises Questions

On Monday, March 24, CBS Los Angeles reported that a 74-year-old woman would be released from prison after serving 32 years for a crime she didn’t commit. In 1981, Mary…

Justice Department Lifts Hiring Freeze, Welcomes New Lawyers

Justice Department Lifts Hiring Freeze, Welcomes New Lawyers

After three years, the Justice Department has finally lifted its hiring freeze, finally welcoming many new, young lawyers into the fold. For several years, attorneys hoping to get a job with…

Mystery California Billionaire Buys Record-Breaking Life Insurance Policy

Mystery California Billionaire Buys Record-Breaking Life Insurance Policy

Investing in a life insurance policy is smart for anyone who wants to make sure their family is provided for should a tragedy take place. Earlier this month, an unnamed…

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Stands Against Washington Spying, Sees Stocks Rally

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Stands Against Washington Spying, Sees Stocks Rally

Facebook has been very successful since launching its IPO at $16 billion in May 2012. With everything from the ability to connect with loved ones, play games, and check out aggregated…

AC Burglars Not Cool Enough to Avoid Local Authorities

AC Burglars Not Cool Enough to Avoid Local Authorities

With Winter Storm Vulcan hammering the Northeastern region of the United States and the brutal temperatures of the historically-cold January and February just now subsiding, air conditioning units haven’t exactly…

Controversial Stand Your Ground Law Too Lenient, Some Say

Controversial Stand Your Ground Law Too Lenient, Some Say

Stand Your Ground advocates are at it again. Hundreds gathered in Tallahassee to protest changes to the controversial Stand Your Ground law. Protesters’ opinions are divided, and many are actually…

Marijuana Legalization Results in All-New Open Bar at Weddings

Marijuana Legalization Results in All-New Open Bar at Weddings

Some couples are making a surprising addition to their wedding day, experts report. Incorporating marijuana into celebrations, it seems, is one of the fasting growing trends for Colorado brides and…

Case On Mental Retardation and Execution Heads to Supreme Court

Case On Mental Retardation and Execution Heads to Supreme Court

Does a lack of mental health excuse serious crimes? Should a low IQ spare criminals from the death penalty? Thanks to a contentious Florida case, the Supreme Court is raising…

Canada Finally Shuts the Door on Immigrant Investor Visa Program

Canada Finally Shuts the Door on Immigrant Investor Visa Program

Canada has finally, and firmly, shut the door to a popular visa program that offered foreign nationals a green card and Canadian residency in return for a loan of $800,000…

The Will Left Behind by Philip Seymour Hoffman is a Mess

The Will Left Behind by Philip Seymour Hoffman is a Mess

The late Philip Seymour Hoffman was immensely talented and showed off many skills during his career. Unfortunately, estate planning wasn’t one of them. The actor filled out a will but…