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US court to hear Arizona immigration law in November

A US appeals court in California said Saturday it will take up Arizona’s new immigration law in November after the most controversial provisions were stripped by a federal judge this week. Arizona’s Republican Governor Jan Brewer appealed on Thursday against Judge Susan Bolton’s decision and asked the court for an expedited appeals process. The Ninth […] 8:12 pm Read More

Dollar ekes out gain against resurgent euro

The dollar managed to claw back some of the euro’s recent gains Friday, but concerns about the fate of the US economy limited the reversal. The euro fell to 1.3054 dollars in New York at 2145 GMT from 1.3076 dollars late Thursday. “The theme in the markets continues to be dollar weakness with the greenback […] 11:41 pm Read More

Judge Bars Overdose Evidence in Anna Nicole Smith Case

Anna Nicole Smith’s death will not be part of an upcoming trial to determine whether two of her doctors and a longtime companion illegally gave prescription drugs to the former Playboy model, a judge ruled today. Dr. Sandeep Kapoor, Dr. Khristine Eroshevich and Howard K. Stern are accused of conspiring to prescribe, administer and dispense […] 11:38 pm Read More

Playboy Rep Defends Handling of Woman’s Harassment Claim

A former Playboy employee who is suing for harassment didn’t want her alleged tormentor fired, a human resources worker testified today. Julie Crouch, a former television master control operator for Playboy TV, sued Playboy Entertainment Group Inc. in March 2009, claiming a co-worker, Charles Dorn, harassed her, and that their supervisor, Chere Johnson, did nothing […] 9:03 pm Read More

Minnesota Fundraiser

bhc073010 The Starkey Hearing Foundation’s “So the World May Hear” gala drew an incredible array of personages including (from left): Muhammad Ali, Magic Johnson 4:16 pm Read More

July is deadliest month for US forces in Afghanistan

Three US soldiers were killed in two separate bomb attacks in Afghanistan’s volatile south, making July the deadliest month of the war for American forces, officials said Friday. The three were all killed on Thursday, NATO’s International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said. A US defence official in Washington confirmed the three soldiers were Americans. The […] 4:08 pm Read More