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Off The Beat: Life is good when your pal is David Beckham

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Health care ruling sends clear signal

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Are you doing everything to protect your company’s trade secrets?

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Malia Obama Lands Internship on Lena Dunham’s Girls

She will graduate next year from the private Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C, and was recently seen checking out New York University, home of the famous Tisch School of the Arts. She also toured Columbia, which her father attended, in addition to West Coast schools Stanford and the University of California at Berkeley, the report notes.

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Watch: Man Breaks Down When Judge Recognizes Him as Former Classmate

Booth, a burglary suspect, appeared before Florida judge Mindy Glazer, who at the end of the proceedings asked him whether he had attended a nearby middle school, the Post writes, citing a report at WSVN News. Booth was arrested Wednesday in connection with a June 29 burglary.

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Star Trek Icon Apologizes for Clarence Thomas ‘Blackface’ Slur

“I was still seething, and I referred to him as a ‘clown in blackface’ to suggest that he had abdicated and abandoned his heritage,” Takei wrote Friday in a Facebook post. “This was not intended to be racist, but rather to evoke a history of racism in the theatrical arts. While I continue to disagree with Justice Thomas, the words I chose, said in the heat of anger, were not carefully considered.”

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How to (legally) improve diversity

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Social media followers say, ‘No Moore’

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U.S. Court of Appeals says Apple did conspire to fix prices on eBooks

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Black America Knows What Real Patriotism Looks Like

Our homeowners association would place little, cheap American flags on each lawn, and every year, ours ended up in the trash. Every. Year. My parents—born in America, raised in America, the only country they’ve ever known and will know, who had no desire to leave and will die here—were only outwardly patriotic about once every four years, when the Olympics were on. And even then, that was more of a benign nationalism.

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