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How Does Trump Repeatedly File for Bankruptcy and Still Stay on Top?

Donald Trump has become infamous for telling business mogul wannabes "You're fired!" every week on primetime television. Yet, after Trump's casino…

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FedEx Furious Over Hand-Crafted Furniture

Thinking Outside the Box: FedEx is furious over Jose Avila's furniture made exclusively from FedEx's shipping and packing materials.

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Divorce Hollywood Style: Husbands K-Fed & Ryan Phillippe Get Cut Loose

Two stars' personal lives tell a cautionary tale about prenuptial agreements.

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Conservative Commentator Bill O'Reilly faces sexual harassment charges

The October 14th headline from the New York Daily News shouted "O'REALLY!" to announce charges of sexual harassment against Bill O'Reilly. The…

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Choosing Your Baby's Sex: Is It Legal? Should It Be?

Sex selection is a hot topic not only because of the legal and ethical and legal issues involved but also for where it is available.

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Can Your Employer Make Money on Your Death? Corporate-Owned Life Insurance Policies

Is your boss trying to collect on your death? And is it legal?

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Can the Ten Commandments be Posted on Government Property?

The presidential campaign may be over, but the debate over religion and politics shows no sign of quieting.

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Can Richard Hatch survive his latest challenge from the IRS?

Richard Hatch may have been able to outwit his fellow island dwellers while under the watchful eye of Survivor's cameras, but when it comes to the…

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Can Martha Stewart Ever Vote Again?

Martha Stewart, securities broker turned Queen of All Things Domestic, recently saw her pristine reputation smudged. She faced felony convictions for…

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California First State to Pass Bill Allowing Noncitizens on Juries

While serving on a jury has been a civic duty, until now, it's been a duty enjoyed only by citizens. California is poised to change that, recently…

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