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    November 5, 2014

    1. My Turn . . .
    2. Infrastructure not keeping pace with economy
    3. 6,000 reasons to make a retirement plan
    4. Litigation treatise a masterwork, both accessible and deep

    Nation

    1. U.S. prosecutors: A-Rod paid cousin to be quiet
    2. Brittany Maynard galvanizes right-to-die efforts
    3. Security contractor breach not noticed for months
    4. National Roundup

    State

    1. Man makes grape seed oil of vineyard leftovers
    2. State Roundup

    Courts

    1. 'Born in Jerusalem' passport case divides justices
    2. Jury acquits ex-No. 3 UBS executive in IRS probe
    3. Defense witnesses attack cyanide death diagnosis
    4. Justice Alito: Cherish liberty, contribute to the public good

    Business

    1. Litigation treatise a masterwork, both accessible and deep
    2. 6,000 reasons to make a retirement plan
    3. Infrastructure not keeping pace with economy
    4. Wall Street Stock market's recovery led by drugmakers
    5. Automotive Lower gas prices boost U.S. SUV sales in October
    6. Energy Fill 'er up: Gas under $3 for 1st time in 4 years U.S. is on track for the lowest annual average since 2010
    7. Investing Cuba seeks over $8 billion in foreign investment Despite push, country is place that still makes investors deeply nervous
    8. National Roundup
    9. Florida Jury acquits ex-No. 3 UBS executive in IRS probe Defense suggests government's ex-UBS witnesses were unreliable
    10. Illinois Feds: Islamic State suspect's siblings joined him
    11. U.S. Supreme Court Watch 'Born in Jerusalem' passport case divides justices Justice Anthony Kennedy appears to be holding the controlling vote
    12. Pennsylvania Defense witnesses attack cyanide death diagnosis
    13. State Roundup
    14. U.S. Supreme Court Watch Justice Alito: Cherish liberty, contribute to the public good
    15. Wayne State hosts free forum on 'Democracy in Far Away Places'
    16. Oregon Brittany Maynard galvanizes right-to-die efforts Right-to-die legislation has been pushed for years, often unsuccessfully
    17. Washington Security contractor breach not noticed for months Private records of some 25,000 Homeland Security employees compromised
    18. New direction Former attorney charts path to nonprofit world
    19. Retiring agency director offered her 'life lessons'
    20. Michigan Law alumni work to protect voting rights
    21. Lower gas prices boost U.S. SUV sales in October
    22. Fill 'er up: Gas under $3 for 1st time in 4 years
    23. Cuba seeks over $8 billion in foreign investment
    24. Stock market's recovery led by drugmakers

    Feature

    1. 'App'ropos
    2. Michigan Law alumni work to protect voting rights
    3. Daily Briefs . . .
    4. Profile in Brief
    5. Wayne State hosts free forum on 'Democracy in Far Away Places'