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    July 22, 2016

    1. Facilitative versus evaluative mediation 'techniques'
    2. Kids leaving home doesn't always lead to parents saving more
    3. Helter Skelter
    4. Those who don't vote may decide the winner
    5. There's a battle outside and it's raging

    Nation

    1. Should schools punish in sex cases when there's no accuser?
    2. Gunman's manifesto describes actions as 'necessary evil'
    3. Passport rule change debated as gender becomes less defined
    4. National Roundup

    Business

    1. In surprise, GOP looks to revive Depression-era banking law
    2. Tesla sees trucks, small SUV as part of future plans
    3. Convinced you need a fitness tracker? Think again
    4. Border security, immigration, police in communities of color to be among highlights at ABA meeting
    5. Automotive Tesla sees trucks, small SUV as part of future plans
    6. Digital Life Convinced you need a fitness tracker? Think again
    7. Helter Skelter
    8. Those who don't vote may decide the winner
    9. There's a battle outside and it's raging
    10. Banking In surprise, GOP looks to revive Depression-era banking law Bringing Glass-Steagall Act back would lead to breakup of major U.S. banks
    11. Texas Appeals court: State voter ID law discriminates; orders fix Elections experts widely agree that the Texas law was toughest in the nation
    12. National Roundup
    13. Florida 7 people charged with aiding murder suspect escape
    14. 'Lawyer Clark Blues' and the life well-lived
    15. Connecticut Should schools punish in sex cases when there's no accuser? Two expelled college athletes are suing schools for mishandling information
    16. Louisiana Gunman's manifesto describes actions as 'necessary evil'
    17. Colorado Passport rule change debated as gender becomes less defined
    18. ABA News Technology and business concerns of ABA meeting include cybersecurity, Internet of Things, and driverless autos
    19. Facilitative versus evaluative mediation 'techniques'
    20. Wayne State breaks ground on new business school
    21. Wayne Law student serves as chancellor of Moot Court
    22. Kids leaving home doesn't always lead to parents saving more

    Feature

    1. Wayne State breaks ground on new business school
    2. Wayne Law student serves as chancellor of Moot Court
    3. Daily Briefs
    4. Reunification Day
    5. Reunification Day