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Case of ‘Banana Lady’ has little appeal for judge
She calls herself the “Banana Lady” and she performs in a giant banana costume. For a fee, Catherine Conrad and her monkey puppet will sing and dance “The Banana Shake.” Clients who’ve hired the...
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U.S. Appeals court
McHenry jail suicide case settled for at least $1...
The estate of a woman who committed suicide in McHenry County Jail in 2005 has settled its lawsuit for at least $1 million with Centegra Health System and one of its employees on claims they provided...
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Why putting photos on Social Security cards won't...
Norman Ornstein, a political scientist at the American Enterprise Institute and another co-founder of WhyTuesday, also defended the proposal, which Young mentioned at an event last week marking the...
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American Enterprise Institute
Apple seeks revival of standards suit against Goo...
Apple asked a U.S. appeals court to revive its lawsuit claiming Google's Motorola Mobility unit demanded unreasonably high royalties for standard mobile-phone technology. "You're talking about...
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3 ways to make software patents suck less (withou...
This week, the Supreme Court tackled one of the thorniest problems in tech policy: software patents. Virtually everyone agrees that a raft of bad patents makes it easy for trigger-happy litigants to...
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The Conservative Myth of a Social Safety Net Buil...
Ideology is as much about understanding the past as shaping the future. And conservatives tell themselves a story, a fairy tale really, about the past, about the way the world was and can be again...
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