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    July 6, 2015

    1. FASB issues accounting alternatives on intangible assets
    2. Not every Title IX complaint merits investigation
    3. Dispatches from Atlanta
    4. Legal People
    5. LEGAL PEOPLE
    6. LEGAL PEOPLE

    Nation

    1. State officials say animal cruelty a major problem
    2. Ex-state senator facing up to 20 years on racketeering
    3. National Roundup

    Courts

    1. More than just a pretty face
    2. Who's John Jay? Scholars urge new look at forgotten founder

    Business

    1. Arizona copper mine stirs debate pitting profits vs religion
    2. CEOs of Fannie and Freddie get big raises
    3. Providing an assist Recovery coach helps clients turn lives around
    4. Massachusetts State officials say animal cruelty a major problem FBI will begin collecting data on animal cruelty offenses in January
    5. New York Who's John Jay? Scholars urge new look at forgotten founder Historians argue country's first U.S. Supreme Court chief justice has been underrated
    6. Dispatches from Atlanta
    7. National Roundup
    8. Lawyer-turned-writer took 'Practice' to heart Marc Guggenheim quit practicing law and moved to L.A. to write for television
    9. FASB issues accounting alternatives on intangible assets
    10. California Ex-state senator facing up to 20 years on racketeering Man admitted to accepting bribes and discussing plans to acquire weapons
    11. Business Arizona copper mine stirs debate pitting profits vs religion Native American tribes argue mine will cause irreparable harm to sacred land
    12. Virginia More than just a pretty face Miss USA contestant is graduate of Washington & Lee law school
    13. Not every Title IX complaint merits investigation
    14. Mortgage Industry CEOs of Fannie and Freddie get big raises
    15. Mortgage Industry CEOs of Fannie and Freddie get big raises
    16. Providing an assist Recovery coach helps clients turn lives around
    17. FASB issues accounting alternatives on intangible assets
    18. Massachusetts State officials say animal cruelty a major problem FBI will begin collecting data on animal cruelty offenses in January
    19. New York Who's John Jay? Scholars urge new look at forgotten founder Historians argue country's first U.S. Supreme Court chief justice has been underrated
    20. California Ex-state senator facing up to 20 years on racketeering Man admitted to accepting bribes and discussing plans to acquire weapons
    21. Business Arizona copper mine stirs debate pitting profits vs religion Native American tribes argue mine will cause irreparable harm to sacred land
    22. Dispatches from Atlanta
    23. Virginia More than just a pretty face Miss USA contestant is graduate of Washington & Lee law school
    24. Not every Title IX complaint merits investigation
    25. National Roundup
    26. Lawyer-turned-writer took 'Practice' to heart Marc Guggenheim quit practicing law and moved to L.A. to write for television

    Feature

    1. A 'Voice' Over
    2. Lawyer-turned-writer took 'Practice' to heart
    3. Daily Briefs . . .
    4. Providing an assist