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IMF chief Christine Lagarde's Paris apartment searched by police
Wed Mar 20, 2013
I don't like corruption either. But a criminal investigation started by a political adversary? Something about this stinks.
School board member resigns after hitting student with her car in parking-spot spat
Thu Jan 3, 2013
It must have happened at a very low speed for this misdemeanor charge. Yes, intentionally ramming someone with a car will most often result in felony charges, she's getting off easy. Likely result will be probation and the loss of her license. And that's before the civil case.
Does it pay to use online legal services?
Mon Aug 13, 2012
Obviously biased article. Your $50 boilerplate online will puts you family in a much better situation than no will at all. Not everybody has the $1,000 to spend to sit down with a lawyer every time their life changes. A lot of people never get around to it. I think it's a great service.
Report: Pilot Tried to Warn Injured Model
Tue Jan 17, 2012
There my be no rule, but at night and with inexperienced people around the plane it is proper to shut down the engine. You might be able to pull this off during the day but that prop is invisible at night. As far as 'common sense' you can't put the onus on the passengers to avoid invisible dangers. …
Clerk in Fla. kills would-be robber, saves baby
Wed Oct 19, 2011
Castle Doctrine does not allow you to protect property per se but allows you to protect yourself and loved ones without the obligation to retreat from your own property. Common sense rules for the Castle Doctrine: 1) If you property is at risk, let your insurance deal with it, don't escalate. 2) Yo …
Price of that drinking binge? $2 more per shot
Mon Oct 17, 2011
@workingpoor Having spend time in the Appellations I can tell you that distilling alcohol and brewing beer is quite easy. Much less effort and much faster than growing plants.
A sweet tooth means a sweeter personality
Thu Oct 13, 2011
But only if you try and take their sweets.
Amtrak: more popular - and more at risk - than ever
Fri Oct 7, 2011
Greyhound receives subsidies beyond the highways. Especially to serve rural areas they would normally not bother to stop. Other private bus companies do as well. They've received stimulus dollars for buses and stations. It's well documented. It's true that Greyhound could exist without subsidies if …
Sara Lee, Kraft take their hot dog beef to court
Mon Aug 15, 2011
Nothing's free. You have to pay the court to sue people.
10 housing markets that will collapse this year
Fri Aug 12, 2011
You should rent a home if you just need a place to live. Owning is an investment weather you like it or not and major one at that. Buying a home is likely the biggest purchase you will make in your life and it needs to be part of a larger plan. All investments have some risk, and you should never ri …
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