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On December 1, 2010 By Michael Walker December 1, 2010
On Sunday, the website Wikileaks published the first batch of more than 250,000 leaked U.S. embassy cables, confidential documents that chronicle sensitive State Department secrets. The federal government is, to say the least, not happy.
And that means the now-dubbed CableGate will join a long list of political scandals worthy of [...]Continue Reading →
On November 2, 2010 By Joanna Barry October 31, 2010
After two moths of testimony and thirteen days of deliberation, the jury in the Anna Nicole Smith trial entered its verdict on Thursday, October 28th. The jury found Anna Nicole’s boyfriend/lawyer, Howard K. Stern, and her psychiatrist, Dr. Khristine Eroshevich, guilty of conspiring to provide drugs using false names, but acquitted or hung on other [...]Continue Reading →
John Travolta is the star witness at the extortion trial involving personal documents related to the emergency medical treatment of his son, Jett. Two people are accused of threatening the release of private information connected to Jett’s death unless paid $25 million. Travolta’s sixteen-year-old son suffered a massive seizure that ultimately proved fatal [...]Continue Reading →
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In the face of congressional scrutiny, Verizon scales back its exclusivity deals.
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