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Insight: Three lawyers ask U.S. Supreme Court: Why here?

30 Sep 2012

For more than three decades survivors of human rights abuses in foreign countries have turned to U.S. federal courts to seek justice. On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court hears a case that could make that impossible.

Insight - Three lawyers ask U.S. Supreme Court: Why here?

30 Sep 2012

For more than three decades survivors of human rights abuses in foreign countries have turned to U.S. federal courts to seek justice. On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court hears a case that could make that impossible.

Insight: Three lawyers ask U.S. Supreme Court: Why here?

30 Sep 2012

For more than three decades survivors of human rights abuses in foreign countries have turned to U.S. federal courts to seek justice. On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court hears a case that could make that impossible.

INSIGHT-Three lawyers ask U.S. Supreme Court: Why here?

30 Sep 2012

Sept 30 For more than three decades survivors of human rights abuses in foreign countries have turned to U.S. federal courts to seek justice. On Monday the U.S. Supreme Court hears a case that could make that impossible.

Analysis - Chicago mayor court move raises stakes in teachers strike

17 Sep 2012

CHICAGO Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel raised the political stakes on Sunday in a fight with unionized teachers by requesting a court injunction to end a weeklong strike affecting 350,000 public school students, analysts said.

Analysis: Chicago mayor court move raises stakes in teachers strike

17 Sep 2012

CHICAGO Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel raised the political stakes on Sunday in a fight with unionized teachers by requesting a court injunction to end a weeklong strike affecting 350,000 public school students, analysts said.

Former bank employees sue over alleged discrimination

21 Jul 2012

NEW YORK Two separate lawsuits alleging racial discrimination were filed in federal court in New York on Friday, against Bank of America and investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald .

Former bank employees sue over alleged discrimination

21 Jul 2012

NEW YORK, July 20 Two separate lawsuits alleging racial discrimination were filed in federal court in New York on Friday, against Bank of America and investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald.

Special Report - The wonks who sold Washington on South Sudan

11 Jul 2012

WASHINGTON In the mid-1980s, a small band of policy wonks began convening for lunch in the back corner of a dimly lit Italian bistro in the U.S. capital.

Special Report - The wonks who sold Washington on South Sudan

11 Jul 2012

WASHINGTON In the mid-1980s, a small band of policy wonks began convening for lunch in the back corner of a dimly lit Italian bistro in the U.S. capital.

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