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May 5, 2015  
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New attorney general brings men in blazers to spinning class

New U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch didn’t come alone to a popular spinning class in Brooklyn on Sunday.

Lynch apparently came to the class with… More

After a ‘kumbaya’ SCOTUS term, unanimous decisions decline

The U.S. Supreme Court has issued unanimous decisions in only 44 percent of its decisions so far this term, a percentage that is more typically… More

Los Angeles sues Wells Fargo for fraud, says bank workers opened accounts without customer OK

The city of Los Angeles has filed suit against Wells Fargo Bank, contending that it engaged in unfair business practices by encouraging employees “in unfair,… More

No working restroom on your plane? FAA allows it, passengers learn

The Federal Aviation Administration regulates the type of coffee pots that can be used on planes, and requires ashtrays in or near lavatories, though smoking… More

Defendant in pending SCOTUS case over Facebook threats is arrested in alleged domestic incident

A defendant in a pending Supreme Court case involving Facebook threats has been arrested for allegedly throwing a pot at his girlfriend’s mother that… More

ABA committee wants to end use of alternative law school admission tests

An ABA committee is recommending the elimination of a rule that allows most law schools to admit up to 10 percent of their entering classes… More

Man on lawn mower charged with public intoxication; police say BAC was 5 times legal limit

An Indiana man is facing a public intoxication charge after he was pulled over on a riding lawn mower in Evansville on Saturday afternoon after… More

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