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    September 25, 2015

    1. College savings: 5 things to consider about 529 plans
    2. Under Analysis: Contemplating the season of falling leaves, laws and politicians
    3. ADR Spotlight: Please Ms./Mr. Mediator, anything but a joint session!
    4. The real problem with Volkswagen

    Nation

    1. Leading China lawyer says he was tortured
    2. Sexting case highlights quandary over child porn laws
    3. Attorneys for condemned man allege witness intimidation
    4. National Roundup . . .

    Business

    1. At 50, Ford Mustang is current and classic with new upgrades
    2. Ad blockers rise as ads annoy, bog down websites
    3. Average rate on 30-year mortgages falls to 3.86 percent
    4. Contemplating the season of falling leaves, laws and politicians
    5. Two views of the Constitution: Originalism vs. Non-Originalism
    6. Constitution Day in Washtenaw
    7. The real problem with Volkswagen
    8. College savings: 5 things to consider about 529 plans
    9. Behind the Wheel At 50, Ford Mustang is current and classic with new upgrades 2015 model is most customizable and tech-savvy version ever
    10. Technology Ad blockers rise as ads annoy, bog down websites Ad blockers threaten livelihood of websites that depend on advertising revenue
    11. National Roundup
    12. International Leading China lawyer says he was tortured Inspirational attorney recounts spending three years in solitary confinement
    13. North Carolina Sexting case highlights quandary over child porn laws Most states have yet to update laws to account for minors exchanging explicit selfies
    14. Oklahoma Attorneys for condemned man allege witness intimidation
    15. Body of work Novelist turns her attention to 'Anatomy of Innocence'
    16. Average rate on 30-year mortgages falls to 3.86 percent

    Feature

    1. Friday Feature: Tailgate Tales
    2. Body of work: Novelist turns her attention to 'Anatomy of Innocence'
    3. Two views of the Constitution: Originalism vs. Non-Originalism
    4. Daily Briefs . . .