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Pennsylvania and New Jersey try a new technology to stop the employment of unauthorized immigrants.
Entourage to return for one more season.
Legal outsourcing continues to grow, attracting Western lawyers to India.
Wyclef Jean announces he is running for president of Haiti.
A finalist dies at the world sauna championships.
And Karen Sypher was convicted for trying to extort Rick Pitino.
Google “Alarm” tries to wake the world up to privacy issues.
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