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    December 25, 2014

    1. Do you want fries with that?
    2. TAR: an antidote for 'big data' e-discovery costs
    3. High damages request can 'anchor' your case

    Nation

    1. Going it alone
    2. Democrats best at tapping rich for political cash
    3. Convict in 1964 civil-rights deaths won't confess
    4. Report: At least 60 journalists killed in 2014
    5. Immigrant mom seeks refuge in church
    6. Writer seeks records of long-dead arsenic killer
    7. National Roundup
    8. ACS sponsors two writing competitions

    State

    1. Kalamazoo 5-year program offers degrees to high schoolers
    2. Michigan restaurants spice up go-to kids? dish
    3. Firm to present annual update on labor and employment Jan. 14

    Courts

    1. Family seeks compensation for late mill worker
    2. Ex-chief: Video rants meant to snare threats

    Business

    1. New York Report: At least 60 journalists killed in 2014 The last three years have been deadliest since group started compiling records
    2. Pennsylvania Immigrant mom seeks refuge in church About a dozen immigrants have taken shelter in churches
    3. ACS sponsors two writing competitions
    4. TAR: an antidote for 'big data' e-discovery costs
    5. Connecticut Writer seeks records of long-dead arsenic killer
    6. Economy U.S. economy grew at fast 5 pct. annual rate in Q3
    7. National Roundup
    8. Kalamazoo 5-year program offers degrees to high schoolers School districts pay college tuition and fees out of foundation allowance
    9. Traverse City Michigan restaurants spice up go-to kids' dish
    10. Firm to present annual update on labor and employment Jan. 14
    11. In his father's footsteps Son of Elmore Leonard makes name for himself as fiction writer
    12. Asked and Answered Eric Williams on Wayne Alumni Law Group
    13. Nation Going it alone President Obama made big moves in 2014
    14. Washington Democrats best at tapping rich for political cash Two biggest super PACs of 2014 were both backed by Democrats
    15. Energy Global oil impact: Who's hurting, happy, hopeful World's four biggest economies all benefit from lower oil prices
    16. High damages request can 'anchor' your case
    17. TAR: an antidote for 'big data' e-discovery costs
    18. Indiana Family seeks compensation for late mill worker Program has paid out nearly $8M to former mill workers exposed to radiation
    19. Pennsylvania Ex-chief: Video rants meant to snare threats Claims he was an informant for the FBI
    20. Mississippi Convict in 1964 civil-rights deaths won't confess Edgar Ray Killen was convicted of manslaughter in 2005 after a mistrial in 1967
    21. Connecticut Writer seeks records of long-dead arsenic killer
    22. New York Report: At least 60 journalists killed in 2014 The last three years have been deadliest since group started compiling records
    23. Pennsylvania Immigrant mom seeks refuge in church About a dozen immigrants have taken shelter in churches
    24. Kalamazoo 5-year program offers degrees to high schoolers School districts pay college tuition and fees out of foundation allowance
    25. Traverse City Michigan restaurants spice up go-to kids' dish
    26. ACS sponsors two writing competitions
    27. Firm to present annual update on labor and employment Jan. 14
    28. Asked and Answered Eric Williams on Wayne Alumni Law Group
    29. Nation Going it alone President Obama made big moves in 2014
    30. Washington Democrats best at tapping rich for political cash Two biggest super PACs of 2014 were both backed by Democrats
    31. Economy U.S. economy grew at fast 5 pct. annual rate in Q3
    32. National Roundup
    33. In his father's footsteps Son of Elmore Leonard makes name for himself as fiction writer
    34. Global oil impact: Who's hurting, happy, hopeful
    35. Top business stories of 2014: U.S. grows, world slows
    36. U.S. economy grew at fast 5 pct. annual rate in Q3
    37. New home sales fall 1.6 percent in November
    38. Energy Global oil impact: Who's hurting, happy, hopeful World's four biggest economies all benefit from lower oil prices
    39. Indiana Family seeks compensation for late mill worker Program has paid out nearly $8M to former mill workers exposed to radiation
    40. High damages request can 'anchor' your case
    41. TAR: an antidote for 'big data' e-discovery costs
    42. Pennsylvania Ex-chief: Video rants meant to snare threats Claims he was an informant for the FBI
    43. Mississippi Convict in 1964 civil-rights deaths won't confess Edgar Ray Killen was convicted of manslaughter in 2005 after a mistrial in 1967
    44. Connecticut Writer seeks records of long-dead arsenic killer
    45. Economy U.S. economy grew at fast 5 pct. annual rate in Q3
    46. New York Report: At least 60 journalists killed in 2014 The last three years have been deadliest since group started compiling records
    47. Pennsylvania Immigrant mom seeks refuge in church About a dozen immigrants have taken shelter in churches
    48. National Roundup
    49. Kalamazoo 5-year program offers degrees to high schoolers School districts pay college tuition and fees out of foundation allowance
    50. Traverse City Michigan restaurants spice up go-to kids' dish
    51. ACS sponsors two writing competitions
    52. Firm to present annual update on labor and employment Jan. 14
    53. In his father's footsteps Son of Elmore Leonard makes name for himself as fiction writer
    54. Asked and Answered Eric Williams on Wayne Alumni Law Group
    55. Nation Going it alone President Obama made big moves in 2014
    56. Washington Democrats best at tapping rich for political cash Two biggest super PACs of 2014 were both backed by Democrats
    57. High damages request can 'anchor' your case
    58. Energy Global oil impact: Who's hurting, happy, hopeful World's four biggest economies all benefit from lower oil prices
    59. Indiana Family seeks compensation for late mill worker Program has paid out nearly $8M to former mill workers exposed to radiation
    60. Pennsylvania Ex-chief: Video rants meant to snare threats Claims he was an informant for the FBI
    61. Mississippi Convict in 1964 civil-rights deaths won't confess Edgar Ray Killen was convicted of manslaughter in 2005 after a mistrial in 1967

    Feature

    1. In his father's footsteps
    2. Asked and Answered
    3. Daily Briefs . . .
    4. Man of the Honor