For the first time since 1996, the U.S. government has ground to a halt. The House of Representatives and the Senate are at odds over funding and all signs point to a continuing bitter fight. The Nat
...has been moving beyond traditional urban and suburban parking structure management into mass-transit hubs for rail and coach travel into central cities. Standard reported...
...Six Supreme Court justices gathered at the annual Red Mass in Washington, D.C. on Sunday and appeared as collegial and...
National Law Journal
National Law Journal
Snap reactions from those with a front seat at the decision — and the arguments that led up to it
As Saudi Arabia builds a civilian nuclear power program, its atomic energy authority has quietly given millions of dollars to a U.S. law firm to help aid its development
Deprecated The American Lawyer
...June 14, 2007, and titled "Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation Posts Record Annual Revenues and Earnings," reported strong performance in the final quarter of the...
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