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    December 12, 2016

    1. LEGAL PEOPLE
    2. The silver lining in a very bad day? Tax breaks!
    3. LEGAL PEOPLE
    4. Set the stage now for business development success next year
    5. Survivor, Thanksgiving leftover edition

    Nation

    1. Inmate coughs, heaves, during execution by injection
    2. Paws in Prison
    3. Child advocates say state contradicts itself on foster care
    4. National Roundup

    Courts

    1. Could familial DNA crack case of slain New York City jogger?
    2. An officer and a refugee: New policeman straddles worlds
    3. Court wrestles with question of combatant immunity

    Business

    1. New Hampshire An officer and a refugee: New policeman straddles worlds In a handful of cities nationwide, police departments are recruiting refugees
    2. The silver lining in a very bad day? Tax breaks!
    3. Technology Banking on Disruption Tech startups offer cheaper ways to save, borrow, spend and invest
    4. Business and Politics Big business warns Trump against mass deportation Trump supporters are unlikely to embrace a softer approach on immigration
    5. New York Could familial DNA crack case of slain New York City jogger? Authorities see technique as powerful tool, but critics view it as a DNA dragnet
    6. Attorney offers suggestions for safe, happy holiday work parties
    7. Michigan lets autonomous cars on roads without human driver
    8. 'Don't post that' social media and its effects on the workplace
    9. Virginia Court wrestles with question of combatant immunity Attorneys argue man qualifies as a lawful combatant
    10. Banking on Disruption
    11. Big business warns Trump against mass deportation
    12. Attorney offers suggestions for safe, happy holiday work parties
    13. Michigan lets autonomous cars on roads without human driver
    14. 'Don't post that' social media and its effects on the workplace

    Feature

    1. Attorney offers suggestions for safe, happy holiday work parties
    2. PALS in Hamtramck
    3. Daily Briefs