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Patently lazy

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Paralegals at an obscure agency that handles appeals of patent applications went years with so little work to do that they collected salaries — and even bonuses — while they surfed the Internet, did laundry, exercised and watched television.

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The secret under Ginsburg’s collars

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Turns out Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s collars reveal much more than her love of a ladylike touch. She explained recently that she has a specific collar for dissent, and another for majority. The one that wouldn’t look out of place ...

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Surprising allegations about top NRA lawyer’s past

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The National Rifle Association’s top lawyer, who has been instrumental in shaping gun policy in the U.S., was once convicted of murdering a woman in Indiana, according to an investigation by Mother Jones. http://www.businessinsider.com/the-nras-top-lawyer-was-once-convicted-of-murder-2014-7  

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Lawsuit filed over nose blow

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A woman who says her Chicago plastic surgeon posted before and after photos of her facial reconstruction surgery on his website without her consent, labeling them “cocaine nose,” filed a lawsuit Tuesday in Cook County circuit court.   http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-lawsuit-plastic-surgeon-illegally-used-womans-photos-labeled-them-cocaine-nose-20140729-story.html

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