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  • Texas candidate shows tea party's strength in the state

    Texas candidate shows tea party's strength in the state
    Dan Patrick is a political dirt-digger's dream, a candidate with a history of incendiary comments, a bankruptcy and two hospitalizations for mental health issues, one after an attempted suicide. He is also poised to become lieutenant governor of Texas...
  • Atlantic City Trump casino workers picket, target investor Icahn

    ATLANTIC CITY N.J. (Reuters) - Hundreds of unionized workers lashed out at Carl Icahn on Friday, picketing the Trump Taj Mahal Casino where the billionaire activist seeks to terminate health-care and pension plans. Members of UNITE HERE Local 54...
  • Christine M. Flowers: Poorly behaved judges dishonor their profession

    This is the story of three judges who acted so injudiciously that you're forced to wonder why they were ever given the gavel. Two are male, one is female. Two were appointed, one was elected. Two work in the federal system, one for a state. The only...
  • U.S. appeals court rules for GM over Spyker's Saab sale

    (Reuters) - General Motors Co persuaded a federal appeals court to uphold the dismissal of a $3 billion lawsuit in which Spyker NV accused it of derailing a plan to sell the Swedish automaker Saab to a Chinese company. The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of...
  • Sun-Times reporter Dave McKinney quits, cites possible retaliation over Rauner article

    Sun-Times reporter Dave McKinney quits, cites possible retaliation over Rauner article
    Longtime Chicago Sun-Times political reporter Dave McKinney resigned from the newspaper Wednesday, saying he was pulled from his beat by "bosses" of the paper's editor and publisher Jim Kirk and was placed under what he described as "house arrest" as...
  • GT Advanced shareholders see value in stock despite bankruptcy

    (Reuters) - Shareholders of GT Advanced Technologies are lobbying regulators to form a committee to vouch for their interests in the sapphire maker's bankruptcy, believing their shares may still have value. GT Advanced, which supplied sapphire to Apple...
  • Apple ponders sapphire options, leaves door open for GT

    Apple ponders sapphire options, leaves door open for GT
    (Reuters) - Apple Inc said on Thursday it is studying options for sapphire supply and might work again with GT Advanced Technologies Inc if the distressed supplier can reduce production costs for the scratch-resistant material. GT, a former stock...
  • Mane 'n Tail hair care manufacturer expanding in the Lehigh Valley

    Mane 'n Tail hair care manufacturer expanding in the Lehigh Valley
    One of the top-ranked young competitors in the equine sport of eventing, Caroline Martin looked all over for a shampoo that would leave her horse's coat and mane shiny, but wouldn't dry out its skin with repeated grooming. Mane 'n Tail equine shampoo...
  • Backstreet Boys get recordings, posters in final Pearlman payout

    Backstreet Boys get recordings, posters in final Pearlman payout
    The Backstreet Boys have received a final payment in a long-running battle against the bankruptcy estate of their former manager, disgraced boy band mogul Lou Pearlman. The settlement is only for $99,000 in cash, compared to $3.45 million the band was...
  • Producer Claims New Line 'Racketeering' in Acquiring 'Conjuring' Rights

    Producer Tony DeRosa-Grund, who has been involved in litigation with Warner Bros. over the rights to "The Conjuring" and "Annabelle," is claiming that New Line Cinema and one its senior executives engaged in a racketeering conspiracy to wrest control of...
  • Smaller than life: Backstreet Boys get $99,000 final payout in $3.4 million battle with former manager

    Smaller than life: Backstreet Boys get $99,000 final payout in $3.4 million battle with former manager
    The Backstreet Boys have received a final payment in a long-running battle against the bankruptcy estate of their former manager, disgraced boy band mogul Lou Pearlman. The settlement is for $99,000 in cash, compared to $3.45 million the band was...