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The murder trial of Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortion provider, entered its fifth week today riding a peculiar media firestorm. The focus of much attention in recent days was not on Dr. Gosnell, who is charged in the death of seven babies and an...
Saying too many homes have been lost “to bank malfeasance or error,” Sen. Barbara Boxer called for federal investigations into whether banks are breaking the consumer-protection pledges they made in last year’s $26-billion settlement...
Since the Motown sound went silent -- except on oldies stations -- and General Motors and Chrysler (but not Ford) required life support from Washington, there has been little to recommend Detroit, Mich., to visitors, much less its residents. The...
A medical malpractice case filed by the parents of a Woodstock teen who died days after being deprived of oxygen during a routine wisdom teeth surgery in Howard County two years ago has been settled out of court, according to court records and an attorney...
William H. Ginsburg, a seasoned medical malpractice attorney who bolted to national prominence in the brutal arena of Washington politics as Monica Lewinsky's lawyer, died Monday at his home in Sherman Oaks. He was 70. The cause was cancer, said his...
South Bend TribuneWOLCOTTVILLE -- Ruth and Alvin Lambright Jr. grew up together on the family "homeplace" in rural LaGrange County. Ruth and her younger brother, Alvin, ran the farm together for decades after their parents died and are described variously as "salt of...
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Guest Columnist“Woe unto you, lawyers,” Jesus Christ himself once said. Fast forward 20 centuries and Christ could have had the personal-injury, ambulance-chasing kind of lawyer in mind. You’ve seen these law-benders’ brand of advertising:...
Two former patients of Johns Hopkins gynecologist Dr. Nikita Levy filed lawsuits against him and his former employer Friday over concerns that he might have secretly photographed them, as a victims advocacy group joined lawyers in pressing for more...
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Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold treated the county government as his personal fiefdom, and he acted as if those paid by the public were his servants. He ordered them to engage in activity to further his political career, to facilitate his...
Re "Gun mania," Editorial, Jan. 10 President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, members of Congress and all the talking heads in the media are chiming in with their opinions about gun violence and what we should do about it. And it's all for nothing....
L.A. NOWThe attorney for former Bell Mayor Oscar Hernandez requested a mistrial Wednesday after news surfaced that one of the potential jurors in the municipal corruption case had lunch with an attorney involved in the case. The request was denied, though......
U.S surgeons leave a foreign object in a patient at least 39 times a week. They perform the wrong procedure on a patient at least 20 times a week. And they operate on the wrong body part at least 20 times a week. That is what Johns Hopkins...
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