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If Sandra Bullock’s stable presence helped husband Jesse James obtain full custody of his daughter, what would divorce mean for young Sunny?
U.S. Cyber Command from Department of Defense ready to take over defense against cyberattacks.
File-sharing site Rapidshare attempts to legitimize its business model.
Obama administration’s proposed adoption of ACTA via “sole executive agreement” raises important constitutional concerns.
Texas strip clubs appeal to supreme court that “pole” tax places unconstitutional burden of free expression.
Recent change to bylaws of Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association believed to give first state-wide protection to disabled student athletes to compete in sports programs.
U.S. and Australia leadership in disagreement over Internet filter.
Gray area developing in California medical marijuana battle as supreme court continues to dismiss drug possession cases.
National anthem debate at Goshen College, an Anabaptist-Mennonite college, raises interesting issues of symbolic counter-speech at sporting events.
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