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    February 16, 2016

    1. Counselor's Corner: The blocks in your life
    2. Virtual estates: helping clients take stock of digital assets

    Nation

    1. Attorney publishes book on 'The Art of Trial Warfare'
    2. Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion
    3. National Roundup

    State

    1. Sleep deprivation linked to false confessions
    2. WMU-Cooley hosts Career Week event

    Courts

    1. Supreme Court vacancy highlights stakes in presidential race
    2. Results in key cases could change with Scalia's death
    3. Who Obama might nominate to replace Scalia on Supreme Court
    4. In victory or dissent, Scalia was a man of strong opinions

    Business

    1. Things to know about the space tourism industry
    2. Space tourism projects at a glance
    3. MIT students turn brainpower toward suicide prevention
    4. Supreme Court Watch Supreme Court vacancy highlights stakes in presidential race
    5. Who Obama might nominate to replace Scalia on Supreme Court
    6. Sleep deprivation linked to false confessions
    7. Attorney publishes book on 'The Art of Trial Warfare'
    8. Results in key cases could change with Scalia's death
    9. Arizona Former priest arrested in cold case known for compassion Grand jury brings charge of murder based on yet-to-be-disclosed evidence
    10. Supreme Court Watch In victory or dissent, Scalia was a man of strong opinions
    11. National Roundup
    12. Technology Things to know about the space tourism industry The dream of sending tourists to the edge of space and beyond is still alive
    13. Space tourism projects at a glance
    14. Health Care MIT students turn brainpower toward suicide prevention
    15. WMU-Cooley hosts Career Week event
    16. Speakers address future of death penalty
    17. Posthumous honor Scholarship serves as lasting tribute to Detroit Law grad
    18. Presidential Politics 2016 Into the mosh pit: Republican campaign talk gets nastier Trump is playing to voters who have disdain for the establishment

    Feature

    1. Speakers address future of death penalty
    2. Posthumous honor
    3. Daily Briefs . . .