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Can you believe summer is almost over and students are heading back to school? Already some local high schools have begun their fall semester. And college students will be back on campus soon. When I began my freshman year of college, I promptly purchased a...

As long as there have been computers, there have been individuals who have been willing and able to compromise them. It was true yesterday, it is true today and it will be true tomorrow. In fact, the fundamental issues that lead to compromises, large and...

Hurricane Harvey has traumatized southeastern Texas. With unprecedented rainfall, there are many people who need urgent help. The competitive retail market can be difficult and wonderful all at the same time. We see (time and time again) that when human needs emerge, retailers are often...

According to reports on social media, the Disney Dream violently struck the dock in Nassau, Bahamas while trying to enter a berth on Saturday, September 30th. Photographs posted on line show damage to the cruise ship' stern above the waterline. The PortNassauWebcam operated by the popular...

The petition of the day is: Upper Skagit Indian Tribe v. Lundgren 17-387 Issue: Whether a court’s exercise of in rem jurisdiction overcomes the jurisdictional bar of tribal sovereign immunity when the tribe has not waived immunity and Congress has not unequivocally abrogated it. The post Petition of the...