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Journalists swept up in GOP convention protests won't face charges
'This decision reflects the values we have in St. Paul to protect and promote our First Amendment rights to freedom of the press,' mayor says in statement.
Cheney ordered to save vice-presidential records
Bush administration's legal position 'heightens the court's concern' that some documents may not be preserved, says federal judge.
Pa. newspaper loses appeal of $3.5 million libel verdict
State appeals court upholds ruling that
defamed businessman and one of his companies.
Campaign cash dries up with takeover of mortgage giants
Whether Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae PACs come back in some form likely will depend on next Congress, says House committee chairman.
FTC warns against bogus cancer cures
One herb company's attorney argues that agency's campaign against product claims amounts to government censorship.
Tenn. State Univ. honors expelled Freedom Riders
College presents 14 activists with honorary degrees 47 years after dismissing them for participating in historic rides.
Federal judge dismisses libel case against John Grisham
Lawsuit had accused best-selling author, others of defaming plaintiffs in books criticizing prosecution in two Oklahoma murder cases.
Calif. city, Buddhists settle zoning fight
Agreement, which ends two-year legal dispute, will allow congregation to move forward with plans to build temple in Garden Grove.
9th Circuit rebuffs fired air marshal's whistleblower claim
Robert MacLean had argued that when he leaked memo to news media it wasn't labeled as 'sensitive' information.
Hackers break in to Palin's e-mail account
Secret Service asks Associated Press for copies of leaked messages, which have circulated widely online; news service won't comply.
Neb. court throws out jury award in hog-farm case
Defamation case brings first appellate review of state law meant to eliminate lawsuits aimed at stopping people from taking part in government proceedings.
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