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A Colombian Drug Kingpin With A $5 Million Bounty On His Head Was Just Assassinated

A Colombian Drug Kingpin With A $5 Million Bounty On His Head Was Just Assassinated
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Appeals Court Rules NCAA Violates Antitrust Law By Not Paying College Athletes

Appeals Court Rules NCAA Violates Antitrust Law By Not Paying College Athletes
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France Rules Google Must Apply 'Right To Be Forgotten' Requests Worldwide

ln a ruling that may have legal implications on a worldwide scale, France’s data-protection regulator rejected Google’s appeal of its decision to widen and ...

Crowdfunding Kingpin Decides To Reorganize Into Socially Responsible Business Structure

Kickstarter, the popular crowdfunding platform, has changed its name and has reincorporated as a Public Benefit Corporation. The announcement that it is changin...

Indonesia Arrests Executives From Seven Companies For Creating Air Pollution

Executives from seven different companies have been arrested in Indonesia, after being accused of starting illegal fires which have caused air pollution in the ...

American Tech Giants To Face Wide Ranging UK Probe Into Collusion, Abuse Of Dominant Position

The United Kingdom is launching a wide ranging probe into American tech giants to assess whether they are treating their local competitors and suppliers fairly....

The Average Score On The Bar Exam Just Dropped To Its Lowest Level In History

The average scores for the bar exam, the test to be a practicing lawyer, have dipped to their lowest level since 1988 according to the National Conference of Ba...

Despite Losing Patent Case, Samsung Avoids Having To Recall Smartphones

In the ever-raging war between Apple and Samsung, Apple has won the latest battle - to a very small degree. The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal C...

Russian Bank Caught Using Fake Gold To Boost Its Balance Sheet

In a world first, Russia's Admiralty Bank has been found to be passing off fake gold - gold-plated metal - designed to fool bank regulators into believing it wa...

Return Of College Students Met With Rash Of Sex Offenders Claiming To Be Uber Drivers

You might want to think twice before making your next request for a ride from Uber. During the past month, there have been two reported instances of unsuspectin...

Three Charged In Multi Billion Dollar Global Money Laundering Operation

U.S. authorities have charged three Colombian nationals in connection with a large scale money laundering operation connected to drug trafficking. The three wer...

UN Creates Guidelines For Cyberwar But Leaves Many Issues Unaddressed

The United Nations is working to eliminate dangerous activity in cyberspace and cyber attacks by making the laws involving internet usage by state actors cleare...

Massive Corruption Scandal Rocks Ghana As Filmmaker Catches Judges At Every Level Accepting Bribes

The judiciary service in the African country of Ghana has been caught in a massive bribery scandal involving several senior judges and more than 100 staff membe...

Justice Department Claims It Will Now Jail Crooked Wall Street CEOs But Will It Actually?

The U.S Justice Department has outlined back breaking guidelines on the prosecution of corporate executives in criminal matters. Long condemned for their lacklu...

New York City Restaurants Must Now Post Warnings About Salt Content

In New York, chain restaurants are now required to post a warning on menus when their foods contain high levels of salt. The mandate was unanimously approved th...