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Boston Globe
Johnson & Johnson says its drug shouldn’t be used to kill prisonersWASHINGTON — A division of Johnson & Johnson, one of the largest pharmaceutical
Boston Globe / Posted 4 hours ago
WASHINGTON — A division of Johnson & Johnson, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, says that a medicine its scientists originally invented more than half a century ago should not be used to kill prisoners. On Thursday at 6 p.m.,... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
2 Glendale Men, 1 Burbank Man to Each Pay Over $1 Million Restitution and Serve Prison Time for Mass Mail Scam: U.S. DA’s OfficeA Glendale man was sentenced to eight years in federal prison and ordered to pa
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 22 hours ago
A Glendale man was sentenced to eight years in federal prison and ordered to pay $1.5 million in restitution on Monday — along with two other SoCal men given shorter sentences and million-dollar restitution to pay — after the three operated a $1.66... Read more
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PR.com
Cantor Colburn is the #1 Law Firm for Handling Mayo/Myriad Rejections Recent Federal cases Mayo and Myriad have it difficult for pharmaceutical, bi
PR.com / Posted 4 days ago
Recent Federal cases Mayo and Myriad have it difficult for pharmaceutical, biotech, and life sciences companies to obtain patent protection for their innovative new drugs,... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Maine high schools retain Indian mascots despite controversyOver 30 Maine schools were once represented by Indian-themed sports mascots. No
Bangor Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
Over 30 Maine schools were once represented by Indian-themed sports mascots. Now, there are only a handful. They include the Skowhegan Indians, along with Nokomis High School of Newport, Wells High School and Southern Aroostook Community School in... Read more
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The Courier
The curious case of Francis GurryWho licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time, d
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time, deadly serious. Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time deadly serious. Australian intellectual property guru Francis... Read more
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DW
Can Trump succeed in curbing China's intellectual property 'theft'? |US President Donald Trump earlier this week directed his trade office to look i
DW / Posted 5 days ago
US President Donald Trump earlier this week directed his trade office to look into allegations against China of IP and technology theft and its impact on American business. This was followed by the White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon's remarks... Read more
12d
Brisbane Times
Ivanka Trump brand will open NYC store in second stab at retailIvanka Trump is trying her hand at brick-and-mortar retail... again. The first
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
Ivanka Trump is trying her hand at brick-and-mortar retail... again. The first daughter's brand will open a store in Trump Tower on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, according to signage in the building. The location is slated to debut later this year,... Read more
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WA Today
Ivanka Trump brand will open NYC store in second stab at retailIvanka Trump is trying her hand at brick-and-mortar retail... again. The first
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
Ivanka Trump is trying her hand at brick-and-mortar retail... again. The first daughter's brand will open a store in Trump Tower on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, according to signage in the building. The location is slated to debut later this year,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ivanka Trump brand will open NYC store in second stab at retailIvanka Trump is trying her hand at brick-and-mortar retail... again. The first
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Ivanka Trump is trying her hand at brick-and-mortar retail... again. The first daughter's brand will open a store in Trump Tower on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, according to signage in the building. The location is slated to debut later this year,... Read more
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The Age
Ivanka Trump brand will open NYC store in second stab at retailIvanka Trump is trying her hand at brick-and-mortar retail... again. The first
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
Ivanka Trump is trying her hand at brick-and-mortar retail... again. The first daughter's brand will open a store in Trump Tower on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue, according to signage in the building. The location is slated to debut later this year,... Read more
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12d
Fortune
Ivanka Trump's Brand Is Opening a New Store in Trump TowerThe first daughter’s brand will open a store in Trump Tower on Manhattan’s Fift
Fortune / Posted 12 days ago
The first daughter’s brand will open a store in Trump Tower on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue, according to signage in the building. The location is slated to debut later this year, giving the tourists who throng to the site a chance to buy Ivanka Trump... Read more
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13d
Chicago Tribune
Rep. Walsh says he was kicked off radio stationFormer U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh said today he was “kicked off the air” from his radi
Chicago Tribune / Posted 13 days ago
Former U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh said today he was “kicked off the air” from his radio show after discussing racial slurs, including using the n-word. Management kept cutting off Walsh with commercials before taking him off the air “until further notice,”... Read more
15d
Boston Globe
Tuesday’s business agendaTripAdvisor Inc. is expected to release its earnings report for the fiscal quar
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
TripAdvisor Inc. is expected to release its earnings report for the fiscal quarter that ended in June. Attend a conversation with the director of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center’s Strategic Partnerships office. Attendees will hear about NASA’s... Read more
17d
WA Today
The anonymous letters that started a decade-long stoushWashington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time deadly serious. Australian intellectual property guru Francis Gurry was on the warpath and no stone was to be left unturned in unmasking the authors of the... Read more
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17d
Daily Liberal
The curious case of Francis GurryWho licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time, d
Daily Liberal / Posted 17 days ago
Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time, deadly serious. Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time deadly serious. Australian intellectual property guru Francis... Read more
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17d
Canberra Times
The anonymous letters that started a decade-long stoush Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time deadly serious. Australian intellectual property guru Francis Gurry was on the warpath and no stone was to be left unturned in unmasking the authors of the... Read more
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17d
Manning River Times
The curious case of Francis GurryWho licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time, d
Manning River Times / Posted 17 days ago
Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time, deadly serious. Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time deadly serious. Australian intellectual property guru Francis... Read more
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17d
Sydney Morning Herald
The anonymous letters that started a decade-long stoush Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time deadly serious. Australian intellectual property guru Francis Gurry was on the warpath and no stone was to be left unturned in unmasking the authors of the... Read more
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17d
The Age
The anonymous letters that started a decade-long stoush Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time deadly serious. Australian intellectual property guru Francis Gurry was on the warpath and no stone was to be left unturned in unmasking the authors of the... Read more
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17d
Brisbane Times
The anonymous letters that started a decade-long stoushWashington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
Washington: Who licked the postage stamps? The question was absurd, and at the same time deadly serious. Australian intellectual property guru Francis Gurry was on the warpath and no stone was to be left unturned in unmasking the authors of the... Read more
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18d
Business Wire
Washington Prime Group Board of Directors Declares Quarterly DividendCOLUMBUS, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Washington Prime Group Inc. (NYSE: WPG) today
Business Wire / Posted 18 days ago
COLUMBUS, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Washington Prime Group Inc. (NYSE: WPG) today announced that the Company’s Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend on its common shares and operating partnership units. A cash dividend of $0.25 per... Read more
19d
Pembroke Daily Observer
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
Simcoe Reformer
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
Fort McMurray Today
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
Sarnia Observer
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
Sarnia Observer / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
St. Catharines Standard
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
Chatham Daily News
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
Chatham Daily News / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
Niagara Falls Review
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
Welland Tribune
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
Welland Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
The Brantford Expositor
Leaked Trump call: 'Canada is no problem'WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
BC Local News
Trump leaked phone call: ‘Don’t worry about Canada,’ says he’s happy with tradea Donald Trump phone call shows the president's private comments about trade wi
BC Local News / Posted 19 days ago
a Donald Trump phone call shows the president's private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported remarks made in a private phone call... Read more
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19d
CTV News
In leaked phone call, Trump says 'Don't worry about Canada'WASHINGTON -- A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the presid
CTV News / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON -- A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president's private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
Calgary Sun
'Canada is no problem': Leaked Trump phone call reveals President's NAFTA intentionsWASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the preside
Calgary Sun / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON — A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office. The purported... Read more
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19d
CTV News
Trump transcript: 'Don't worry about Canada'WASHINGTON -- A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the presid
CTV News / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON -- A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president's private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he entered office. The purported... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Trademark for n-word, swastika filed after legal rulingInspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
Inspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-word filed to trademark the epithet to keep it out of the hands of racists. The court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection. It said... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Trademark for n-word, swastika filed after legal rulingInspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-
Stamford Advocate / Posted 21 days ago
Inspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-word filed to trademark the epithet to keep it out of the hands of racists. The court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection. It said... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Trademark for n-word, swastika filed after legal rulingInspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-
Connecticut Post / Posted 21 days ago
Inspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-word filed to trademark the epithet to keep it out of the hands of racists. The court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection. It said... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Trademark for n-word, swastika filed after legal rulingInspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-
Greenwich Time / Posted 21 days ago
Inspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-word filed to trademark the epithet to keep it out of the hands of racists. The court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection. It said... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Trademark for n-word, swastika filed after legal rulingInspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
Inspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-word filed to trademark the epithet to keep it out of the hands of racists. The court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection. It said... Read more
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The News-Times
Trademark for n-word, swastika filed after legal rulingInspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-
The News-Times / Posted 21 days ago
Inspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-word filed to trademark the epithet to keep it out of the hands of racists. The court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection. It said... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Trademark for n-word, swastika filed after legal rulingInspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-
Chicago Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
Inspired by a recent Supreme Court ruling, two entrepreneurs offended by the n-word filed to trademark the epithet to keep it out of the hands of racists. The court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection. It said... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Trademark for n-word, swastika filed after legal rulingThe court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
The court ruled in June that disparaging words can receive trademark protection. It said rejecting disparaging trademarks violates the First Amendment, clearing the way for an Asian American rock group called the Slants to trademark its name - and... Read more
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21d
Business Wire
Washington Prime Group Prices $750 Million Offering of 5.950% Unsecured NotesCOLUMBUS, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Washington Prime Group Inc. (NYSE: WPG) today
Business Wire / Posted 21 days ago
COLUMBUS, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Washington Prime Group Inc. (NYSE: WPG) today announced that its majority owned operating partnership subsidiary, Washington Prime Group, L.P. (the “Operating Partnership”), has priced $750 million principal amount of... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Who are the Trump White House leakers? In Lincoln's day, it might...In that respect, he's faring better than Abraham Lincoln. While smartphones an
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 21 days ago
In that respect, he's faring better than Abraham Lincoln. While smartphones and encrypted messaging apps have made leaks difficult to track and, thanks to social media, faster to circulate, back in Lincoln's time the hot new technology was the... Read more
22d
Op-Ed News
A Better Deal Than What?that the Democrats may be prepared to reverse some of the upward redistribution
Op-Ed News / Posted 22 days ago
that the Democrats may be prepared to reverse some of the upward redistribution of the past four decades, if they ever regain power. The most encouraging part of what we have seen to date is the discussion of anti-trust policy. Since 1980, the... Read more
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FOX Business
The Simple Reason Congress Won't Be Able to Fix the Healthcare Systemof Barack Obama's presidency, and the efforts to repeal it have essentially con
FOX Business / Posted 24 days ago
of Barack Obama's presidency, and the efforts to repeal it have essentially consumed the current president's agenda since he took office. America's uncertain healthcare landscape Donald Trump swept into Washington on numerous campaign... Read more
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FOX Business
The Simple Reason Congress Won't Be Able to Fix the Healthcare Systemof Barack Obama's presidency, and the efforts to repeal it have essentially con
FOX Business / Posted 24 days ago
of Barack Obama's presidency, and the efforts to repeal it have essentially consumed the current president's agenda since he took office. Continue Reading Below America's uncertain healthcare landscape Donald Trump swept into Washington on... Read more
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The Scientist
UC Berkeley: Patent Office© BRYAN SATALINOIn an opening brief filed with the US Court of Appeals for the
The Scientist / Posted 27 days ago
© BRYAN SATALINOIn an opening brief filed with the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, DC, this week (July 25), the University of California (UC) argued that the ruling issued by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the... Read more
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The Mercury News
UC Berkeley fights back over epic loss in CRISPR verdictThe University of California is fighting back in its quest to regain control ov
The Mercury News / Posted 27 days ago
The University of California is fighting back in its quest to regain control over the rights to the powerful gene-editing technology known as CRISPR-Cas9. On Tuesday, UC filed an appeal of the U.S. Patent Office’s decision last February that the... Read more
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