Roan Plateau settlement allows some drilling; cancels other leases



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Organizers of first marijuana credit union confident they’ll get insurance, access to Fed



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The good, bad and ugly of Obamacare for small business



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Report: Darren Wilson Negotiating Resignation From Ferguson Police Department

Wilson said that he would resign in hopes of taking the pressure off his colleagues, as well as to protect himself. He was concerned, however, that if he resigned while the grand jury was hearing evidence in the case, it would incriminate him, CNN notes.

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How to Get Away With Murder Recap: Wait, Huh?!

Annalise is packing Sam’s stuff like Bernadine in Waiting to Exhale and tells him, “Get your things and get out, you philandering, impregnating murderer!” Sam “baby, baby” pleads for a hot second, but when Annalise describes how her sidepiece, Nate, puts it down, things turn violent. Sam chokes Annalise up against a wall, but his hands around her neck don’t stop her from talking smack: “I bet you did kill Lila, huh? You enjoyed it, didn’t you? Strangling her. Letting the life go out of her body. … You want to do it to me now, don’t you? Go ahead. Do it. Kill me!” He calls her a monster, a piece of ass and a disgusting slut, and she leaves the house. Geez. That was intense. 

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Model Janice Dickinson Releases Photos of Bill Cosby in a ‘Patchwork’ Robe

The release of the photos follows an interview with Bill Cosby and his wife, Camille Cosby, that aired Saturday on NPR, in which the comedian was described as merely shaking his head “no” to questions about sexual assault allegations; and the release of a Nov. 6 interview with the Associated Press in which Bill Cosby declined to answer questions about sexual assault allegations by saying, “I don’t talk about it.”

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Aereo Investors Lose a $95.6 Million Bet on Future of Television

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When Aereo launched in February 2012, Barry Diller and other investors in the streaming TV service spoke hopefully of freeing programming from a closed network. Were they too optimistic?

Aereo scored $95.6 million in venture equity despite a legal bull rush from television networks who contended the company was violating their public performance rights. Remarkably, $33.5 million of  Aereo’s funding — more than a third — came in October 2013. While the Supreme Court hadn’t yet delivered its near death knell by that time, the Series C equity tranche was delivered a half a year after the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals

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Is It Illegal to Drive Without Snow Tires, Snow Chains?

Snow is a dangerous reality of many roads and highways across America, and snow tires and snow chains are a good way to avoid a potential accident.

But whether it’s a good idea or not to equip your vehicle with these traction devices, it’s quite another thing to say they’re required by law. And if they’re required, what exactly is the penalty for not using them?

Winter driving laws vary across the states, but here’s a general overview of when it’s illegal to drive without snow chains or snow tires:

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Top 5 Legal Tips for Small Businesses on Instagram

By now, your business likely has some form of social media presence, whether on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or possibly all of the above.

But what about Instagram? This mobile photo- and video-sharing network is becoming an increasingly powerful way for businesses to market their products and services, reports The Associated Press. What should business owners considering or already using Instagram to market their businesses be aware of?

Here are five legal tips for small business owners on Instagram:

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Man Loses Legs in Botched Weight-Loss Surgery; Sues for $10M

A Texas man who lost both of his legs after a botched weight-loss surgery is now seeking millions of dollars in damages.

Carlos Saucedo, who weighed 275 pounds in 2013, went under the knife for a gastric sleeve procedure hoping to lose weight. But according to Dallas-Fort Worth’s WFAA-TV, when Saucedo woke up some two weeks later, he lost more than just a few pounds — his two legs had to be amputated at the knee.

What happened to Saucedo, and how might his doctors be held liable?

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