September 17, 2015

    1. Uniting the country in challenging times
    2. Greece
    3. Travel policy, risk management systems are important
    4. Software patents are dead! Long live software patents!


    1. Professor's motive elusive in double shooting
    2. Anti-abortion videos draw scrutiny to fetal tissue brokers
    3. Cable channel suspends hunting show amid poaching charges


    1. Memories vivid 25 years after tanker exploded
    2. Teen excited to represent Haiti in U.S. soccer match


    1. Breyer wants people to better grasp how high court functions
    2. Doctor charged in $150M insurance scam
    3. Attorneys debate death row inmate's legal options
    4. Lawmakers OK funds for impeachment investigation
    5. Judge: Arrest for cursing on ticket is a rights violation


    1. Is now time for a Fed rate hike? Here are 2 clashing views
    2. U.S. consumer prices fell 0.1 percent in August
    3. U.S. homebuilder sentiment hits highest level since Oct. 2005
    4. State judiciary to celebrate Constitution Day
    5. Greece
    6. Travel policy, risk management systems are important
    7. Washington Groups seek details on probe into painkiller ties Deaths linked to addictive painkillers have reached an estimated 16,000 per year
    8. Washington Census: Income, poverty numbers stay just about the same Report also showed number of uninsured Americans dropped in 2014
    9. Presidential Politics 2016 Club for Growth to spend $1M on TV ads going after Trump Other pro-Republican groups have no immediate plans to swat at candidate


    1. State judiciary to celebrate Constitution Day
    2. Cowan elected new president and CEO at Plunkett Cooney
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