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Harvard University restricts travel to Ebola-stricken countries

Amidst international debate over whether travel to and from countries ravaged by the deadly Ebola virus should be banned or restricted, a major American university… More

Facebook sues DLA Piper, other firms, 9 attorneys, says they conspired on fraudulent case

Sued in 2010 by Paul Ceglia, who claimed a majority ownership interest in Facebook Inc. based on documentation since determined by a federal court to… More

Rare NHTSA alert warns 4.7 million vehicle owners of airbag safety issue, urges immediate inspection

Owners of 4.7 million vehicles manufactured 10 to 15 years ago by BMW, General Motors, Honda, Mazda, Nissan and Toyota should get an immediate inspection… More

Cartoon Poll: October 2014

Examining this month’s batch of cartoon-caption entries, it’s fair to say many of them were off key. But ABA Journal staff picked these hits from… More

In 5 AM order, SCOTUS allows Texas voter ID law to take effect; holdup apparently due to dissent

The U.S. Supreme Court apparently pulled an all-nighter before issuing an order at 5 a.m. Saturday allowing Texas’ voter ID law to take effect for… More

John Grisham says US ‘has gone nuts’ with child porn incarcerations, then issues apology

Legal thriller author John Grisham has issued an apology after telling a British newspaper that the United States “has gone nuts” with incarcerations of people… More

Does Ebola fight require giving up civil liberties?

An opinion columnist is blaming initial missteps in the fight against Ebola on an American reluctance to recalibrate its devotion to individual rights and civil… More

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