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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - U.S. District Court In Washington
More TV networks want to gain from tobacco companies' mandate to run anti-smoking ads that will cost tens of millions of dollars.
Black media outlets want the nation's tobacco companies to run court-ordered advertisements in their publications as part of a lawsuit charging that the industry lied about the dangers of smoking.
A civil lawsuit filed Monday by House Republicans asks a federal court to enforce a congressional subpoena of Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. in his refusal to turn over documents sought in an investigation by a House committee into the failed Fast and Furious gunrunning operation.
Mayor Vincent C. Gray should not have to testify this month about the D.C. Lottery contract because it is "unduly burdensome" and his legislative activities as council chairman are shielded by law, according to papers filed by D.C. Attorney General Irv Nathan.
A tug of war in the United States over who owns a huge art trove seized by Hungary's Nazi henchmen is the most prominent example of disputed restitution policies in formerly communist Eastern Europe — but by no means the only one.
A tug-of-war in the United States over who owns a huge art trove seized by Hungary's Nazi henchmen is the most prominent example of disputed restitution policies in formerly communist eastern Europe _ but by no means the only one.
Attorneys for lobbyist Kevin Ring argued in court papers that a landmark Supreme Court decision protects traditional lobbying activities from one of the government's most used, but recently diminished, anti-corruption tools.