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You are taking potential clients visiting from the United Kingdom to a "baseball match" in Philadelphia
As Rupert Murdoch and News Corp. survive the first round of Parliamentary committee chastisement in the U.K., is the U.S. Department of Justice eyeing the media conglomerate and its disgraced chairma
...94 pages, recounts allegations that News of the World , a British tabloid, unlawfully intercepted voicemails and cell phone messages from citizens in the...
...this week British lawmaker John Hemming became fed up with the brouhaha and identified Giggs by name in a speech in Parliament. Lawmakers are...
...created by an act of Parliament in 1953, ...
A federal judge has struck down Pennsylvania's blasphemy statute -- a law that forbids the use of certain blasphemous and profane words in the naming of a corporation -- with a ruling that clears the
Four Supreme Court justices donned their robes to attend this year's State of the Union, but only one among them could boast a perfect attendance record during the Bush presidency
If a real estate tax assessor comes around to your house to reassess you, don't despair. He may be there to help you
...side of the issue, nine groups � including members of the British and European parliaments, retired U.S. military officers, and the National Institute for...
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