"Apple v. Samsung: Whose lawyers are earning more in the smartphone wars?":
Clearly, neither side is wanting. Having said that, court records show that Samsung's lawyers in this case are commanding a higher rate than those representing Apple. The fee… more »
"Carlos Slim's Remedy For World's Economic Woes: Lift Retirement Age To 70":
The world’s richest man has urged struggling nations to lift workers’ retirement age to 70 and privatize as many infrastructure assets as possible to help shore up their… more »
"Teenagers drinking hand sanitizer to get drunk" reports USA Today:
Teenagers are showing up in Los Angeles emergency rooms after drinking inexpensive liquid hand sanitizers to get drunk.
Cheap and easily accessible hand sanitizers contain 62 percent… more »
"Trend of employers asking for Facebook passwords questioned":
Beyond the examples of government agencies—particularly law enforcement officers and 9/11 dispatchers—“there is little to suggest that typical employers are bearing down on applicants to… more »
"As thousands prepare for rally, family confirms Trayvon was suspended over marijuana":
SANFORD, Fla -- . Miami Gardens teenager Trayvon Martin was suspended from school because he was caught with an empty plastic bag with traces of marijuana in it,… more »
"Conservative group calls for Obama to replace actor as campaign video narrator."
Some call it Obama Derangement system. The only thing I can think of is that the right is so desperate to get a scandal going against Obama that this is the best they can… more »
I'm reading about the Trayvon Martin case, and I'm finding ABC News's coverage of the case representative of coverage as a whole:
Sanford Police have decided to release emergency and non-emergency calls placed during the incident.
"These a**hole… more »
"Kim Dotcom seizures 'null and void'":
In an astonishing blunder, New Zealand’s Crown Law Office and its police commissioner have admitted to a ‘procedural error’ when they seized cash, cars and other property from Megaupload chief Kim Dotcom.… more »
MSNBC reports "Jobless rate up, but crime down: What gives?"
Americans, take solace: While your chances of landing a job these days might not be great, you’re also less likely to be murdered, or robbed or to have your car stolen.
The rate of major… more »
The Associated Press reports on Ron Paul in "Paul's anti-establishment campaign draws crowds":
Confronted by a tearful breast cancer survivor on how he would ensure health insurance companies did not discriminate on the basis of a pre-existing cond… more »