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  • Segway seeks import ban on similar products from China

    (Reuters) - Segway Inc is asking the U.S. International Trade Commission to stop a "widespread pattern of infringement" and block several Chinese companies from importing and selling their own similar two-wheeled transporters in the United States. The...
  • New Jersey 'gay conversion therapy' ban is upheld

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal appeals court on Thursday upheld New Jersey's ban on counseling intended to change the sexual orientation of gay and lesbian children. By a 3-0 vote, a panel of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the ban, which...
  • Appeals panel questions why voter ID shouldn't be in place Nov. 4

    CHICAGO Attorneys representing groups that successfully sued over Wisconsin's voter ID law came in for tough questioning Friday before a panel of three federal judges, with Judge Diane Sykes saying they had won "a whopper" of a remedy at trial and...
  • Appeals panel reinstates Wisconsin's voter ID law

    CHICAGO A federal appeals court in Chicago Friday reinstated for now Wisconsin's voter ID law hours after the three-judge panel heard arguments on the subject. The move by the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals clears the way for the state to implement...
  • First ladies' key role in presidential libraries

    In just over a century and a half, the concept of a presidential library has evolved from a small room in a home where first lady Sarah Polk kept her late husband's letters and mementos into multimillion-dollar complexes that house thousands of official...
  • Risk-Averse Obama Gets Mideast Plan Right

    President Barack Obama certainly didn't go looking for another war in the Middle East. Indeed, he contorted himself almost to the breaking point to avoid one. But as he explained to the country Wednesday night, he had no choice but to respond with...
  • Analysis: Americans ready for military action � for now

    WASHINGTON A nation furious about the beheading of two Americans is eager for military action. At least for the moment. And at least for the kind of low-risk military action now planned. But the moment could change. As history in Iraq and the Middle East...
  • New sparks fly between CIA, Senate Intelligence Committee

    WASHINGTON Tensions between the CIA and its congressional overseers erupted anew this week when CIA Director John Brennan refused to tell lawmakers who authorized intrusions into computers used by the Senate Intelligence Committee to compile a damning...
  • Appeals court gives temporary okay to Wisconsin voter ID law

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court in Chicago said on Friday that Wisconsin can implement its 2012 law requiring voters to present photo identification at the ballot box, allowing the state to put the new rules into effect at the general election in...
  • America's hangover from the heady Clinton years

    To the editor: Bill Clinton's high approval ratings prove that Americans have very short memories or are ignorant of the facts. ("How Bill Clinton, improbably, became America's favorite politician," Sept. 10) His administration is largely responsible...
  • No new war without congressional approval

    How does a war-weary president convince a war-weary nation to start another war? In a prime-time address to the nation on Wednesday evening, President Obama tried. First, he laid out the case against ISIS, a ruthless terrorist organization unlike any we'...