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After a court hearing Friday in New York, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former head of the International Monetary Fund, was released from house arrest, but he still faces charges of sexual assault on a hotel maid. Jeffrey Brown reports on the latest…
Roberts Court Begins to Leave Its Legal Mark…
Steve Jobs returned to the public stage Monday to announce Apple's iCloud, a new online music storage service. Ray Suarez discusses the announcement with The Washington Post's Technology Reporter Cecilia Kang.
IMF leader Dominique Strauss-Kahn's arrest has sent shockwaves throughout the financial and political worlds. Gwen Ifill discusses what to expect in the forthcoming legal proceedings -- and the political fallout in France and at the IMF -- with The Wall…
The State of Arizona faced off against the U.S. Justice Department in court Thursday over the controversial immigration law set to go into effect next week. Ray Suarez discusses the legal dispute with two law professors, one a critic of…
A roundup of arts headlines.
By Arts Desk
In 2005, the Authors Guild brought a lawsuit against Google for digitally scanning books without permission of the books' authors. In November 2009, a court approved an amended settlement between the Guild and Google that gives authors the option of…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
President Barack Obama has nominated Judge Sonia Sotomayor to replace Justice David Souter on the U.S. Supreme Court - the first step in the often contentious Senate confirmation process.
A series of Bush-era Justice Department memos chronicling the legal justifications for harsh CIA interrogation tactics used on top terrorism suspects was released by the Obama administration Thursday.
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