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SEP 22, 2014 - Forbes

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A Multi-Billion Dollar Divorce: What All Divorcing Women Can Learn From Sue Ann Hamm

A Multi-Billion Dollar Divorce: What All Divorcing Women Can Learn From Sue Ann Hamm Every once in a while, a high-profile divorce makes financial, as well as social, headlines. While I’m sure that the litigants would happily do without the negative publicity in either realm, their cases often provide divorce financial professionals like me with opportunities to illustrate certain points. ...

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SEP 22, 2014 - Huffington Post

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'Oldest Jewish Prayer Book' Donated To Jerusalem's Bible Lands Museum

JERUSALEM (AP) — An Israeli museum on Thursday unveiled what it says in the oldest known Jewish prayer book in the world, dating back to the 9th century A.D. The prayer book, about 10 centimeters (four inches) long and seven centimeters wide, is written in Hebrew, contains about 50 pages, and is still in its original binding. It was donated ...

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SEP 22, 2014 - The Nation

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Sparing the Rod Won’t Spoil the Racism

(AP Photo/Jose F. Moreno) The NFL’s reaction to two of its players’ off-the-field misconduct has sparked some important national debates about domestic violence and, most recently, child abuse. And because these players—Ray Rice, caught on video beating his wife, and Adrian Petersen, accused of beating his son—are black, it has also prompted us to examine how these issues intersect with ...

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SEP 21, 2014 - Wall Street Journal

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U.S. Watch: News Digest

The privately funded Ten Commandments monument on the grounds of the Oklahoma Capitol in Oklahoma City doesn't violate the state constitution and can stay there, an Oklahoma County judge ruled Friday.

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SEP 18, 2014 - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Health insurance enrollment declines; suspected California wildfire arsonist arrested; Australian officers thwart ISIS terror plot: U.S. and World News Links

Also, Eric Holder launches effort to bridge gap between law enforcement and communities they serve; federal judge concerned Oklahoma won't implement new execution guidelines in time; Virginia police hoping new security camera footage helps find missing teen; Air Force omits "so help me God" from airmens' oath; ISIS militants release video showing hostage saying he will reveal "facts" on group; ...

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