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  • Law Firm Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP Pays It Forward

    Law Firm Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP Pays It Forward
    International law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP today announced "Pay It Forward," a firm community service initiative to raise funds and build awareness for causes across the globe. A testament to the firm's longstanding commitment to philanthropy, 27...
  • Campus security: There's an app for that

    Campus security: There's an app for that
    With a tap on his smartphone, University of Maryland student Shiv Krishnamoorthy can instantly alert police as he walks through the dimly lit corners of the College Park campus — and share with them his precise location, plus live video and audio....
  • A U.S. veto of Palestinian statehood would uphold international law

    I disagree with Ariel Ilan Roth's op-ed "U.S. is Wrong on Palestine" (Sept. 21). I will make a purely legal argument why the U.S. should veto Palestine's unilateral attempt for statehood in the United Nations. The following information is from the...
  • PASSINGS: Swami Bhaktipada; Jim Harris; Antonio Cassese

    PASSINGS: Swami Bhaktipada; Jim Harris; Antonio Cassese
    SWAMI BHAKTIPADA Built huge Hare Krishna community in West Virginia Swami Bhaktipada, 74, who built a massive farm community in West Virginia and a Palace of Gold that became the crown jewel of the U.S. Hare Krishna movement before scandals and criminal...
  • Rollins College encourages students to embrace changing the world

    Rollins College encourages students to embrace changing the world
    What did you do on your summer vacation? For students at Winter Park's Rollins College, the answers include launching an eco-lodge project in Tanzania, founding a company that creates energy from waste and helping women in a South African village start...
  • Commentary: I am not affiliated with unions, as Righeimer suggests

    Re "Residents seek to intervene in city charter lawsuit," March 21: In the article about my and Katrina Foley's intervention in City Clerk Julie Folcik's Mandamus Petition, Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer suggested that I was somehow involved with...
  • Wow! No bow this trip; Obama greets India's president straight up

     
    Two days into his India visit, Obama reaches the capital of New Delhi and gets a 21-gun salute, among other honors....
  • 'Biggest Loser' labor dispute is settled

     
    Producers and crew members of the reality TV series “The Biggest Loser” have settled a labor dispute, ending a high-profile strike that disrupted production of the NBC reality series. The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees reach...
  • Chiapas to California: preserving forests for dollars?

     
    The Mexican state of Chiapas, home to the left-wing Zapatista revolt of the mid-1990s, is now eager to join a most capitalist enterprise: California’s upcoming cap-and-trade market for carbon emissions. Chiapas Gov. Juan Antonio Sabines Guerrero and...
  • The 'lost' Hillary Clinton Afghan briefing transcript recovered and published here

     
    Hillary Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert Gates take over the Afghan security briefing when President Obama leaves....
  • Rubio builds his senate team

     
    WASHINGTON — Incoming U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio announced eight new hires today, including Sally Canfield, a former policy director to Mitt Romney, who will serve a similar role for Florida's next Republican senator. Here's background information...