University of Kansas Law Professor Charged with Domestic Battery

Stephen Ware, a law professor at the University of Kansas, was arraigned on Tuesday via video in court at the Douglas County Jail for domestic violence charges stemming from an incident with his wife. Ware was taken into custody on Monday around 6 a.m. at his home in the 1000 block of Brynwood Court...

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FDA Riled over Approving Glaxo’s Flu Vaccine after EU Reports of Narcolepsy

Though the precise nature of the link between GSK’s Pandemrix vaccine and narcolepsy in children is yet to be proved, numerous studies from Europe seem to indicate that children treated with Glaxo’s flu vaccine have a higher risk of contracting narcolepsy.

Narcolepsy is a chronic sleeping disorde...

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VIDEO: Animal Cruelty in Chinese Circus as Bear Mauls Monkey

A circus in China on its website, China Tour Online, says their park “offers animal performances, showing the charm and skill of the animals and their gift in performing.” Why any animal should have a “gift” for performing is one question to ask, but what these animals are in fact enduring i...

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Greatest Spectacle in Racing Witnessed before Commencement of Indy 500

Two pressure bomb blasts near the finish line at Boston led many runners to stop mid-way at the 2013 Boston Marathon. Completing this unfinished task minutes before Indy 500 drivers started their race, gave the runners immense joy. Flanked by fire fighters and police officers, the runners sprinted down the p...

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Oregon Teen Alleged to Plan Columbine-style Attack on High School

If it had not been for early intervention, Grant Accord, a 17- year old student of West Albany High School would have succeeded in blasting his High School. His foiled bombing strategy was immaculately planned, similar to the 1999 Columbine High School incident, reveals Captain Eric Carter of the Albany poli...

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State Court Rules that Overworked Public Defenders Can Withdraw Felony Cases

On Thursday, the Florida Supreme Court determined that attorneys at the Miami-Dade County public defender’s office can withdraw third-degree felony cases due to excessive workloads, according to a recent article by the ABA Journal.

The Florida Supreme Court was considering the constitution...

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Elderly Women Escape Burning Limo

Ten elderly women narrowly avoided tragedy when they were able to escape from a burning limousine on Sunday morning. The women, who were en route to Sonoma to celebrate one of the women’s 90th birthday, all escaped without injury.

The group convened to celebrate the 90th

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Report: Gay Divorce Rate Up 400% Following DOMA Ruling

Following the recent decision by the Supreme Court to declare the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional earlier today, sources are reporting that gay divorce rates are skyrocketing at a historic and unrelenting pace.

“The statistics are clear- many gays wan...

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Taking Charge of Your Mentoring Experience

Attorney Career Resources is a weekly column authored by , the nation's leading placement firm, specializing in law firm placements.

Mentoring relationships are as old as the legal profession itself. In the earliest days of legal practice, mentoring and apprenticeship were the o...

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CIA Classifies NFL As Domestic Terrorist Organization

Following the recent arrest of Aaron Hernandez for homicide, officials in the CIA have announced that they are ready to classify the National Football League as an organization that actively supports domestic terrorism and places innocent lives at risk through their functioning.


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Both Sides of Syrian Conflict Agree to Take 15-Minute Break to Watch Local Kitten Attempt to Escape Cardboard Box

Sources are reporting that both sides of the heated civil war in Syria have agreed to a short ceasefire so that all may enjoy watching a small kitten try and get out of a cardboard box.

The kitten, nicknamed ‘فقاعات’ (translation: ‘Bubbles’) was fir...

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Opinion: Remember That Mubarak Guy? He Was the WORST!

by Mohamed Morsi, President of Egypt

So, I’ve been receiving a great deal of complaints lately about my leadership. Some have been saying that I have been abusing my power by expanding my authority however I please and ignoring calls for accountability and tra...

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Former President George Bush Defends PRISM

When asked about surveillance and the spying program that began under George W. Bush’s administration, the Huffington Post reported that the former president commented, “I put that program in place to protect the country. One of the certainties was that civil liberties were guaranteed.”


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