IBM veteran leads Apple-Samsung jury to mixed verdict When jury foreman Thomas Dunham handed over the verdict in court May 2, Apple got just $120 million of the $2 billion it sought ... Born in Oklahoma City and now living in San Martin, California, Dunham said in court that he provided the direction for ... 05/6/2014 - 1:00 am | View Link
Jury awards $128.6M to failed solar town developer (AP) — A Kings County jury has awarded $128.6 million to developers of a proposed solar-powered city who claimed the ... against McCarthy Family Farms and San Francisco Bay Area developer John Vidovich and Sandridge Partners. The plaintiffs, Kings ... 04/1/2014 - 10:26 am | View Link
Jury awards $128.6M to failed solar town developer (AP) — A Kings County jury has awarded $128.6 million to developers of a proposed solar-powered city who claimed the land sellers broke ... Obi3AY ) the verdict against McCarthy Family Farms and San Francisco Bay Area developer John Vidovich and ... 04/1/2014 - 6:39 am | View Link
Kings County jury awards $128.6 million damages to Hanford developers The project's developers ... the $73 million sale of thousands of acre-feet of State Water Project water from the Dudley Ridge Water District, south of Kettleman City in Kings County, to the Mojave Water Agency, which serves several cities in San ... 03/31/2014 - 11:44 pm | View Link
Jury awards developers $6 million against City of San Jose A Santa Clara County jury has awarded prominent Silicon Valley developer Carl Berg $6.08 million in a breach of contract dispute against the City of San Jose for its failure ... and later joined by four other developers. Berg's suit alleged that city ... 06/11/2012 - 2:27 am | View Link
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Democratic gubernatorial nominee Gina Raimondo is hoping for a campaign boost from a visit to Rhode Island by Hillary Clinton. The former first lady, U. S. senator and Democratic presidential candidate is scheduled to appear with Allan Fung: Former R. I. Gov. Donald Carcieri has not been campaigning with mePolitiFactBrown poll: Raimondo opens up 11-point lead over Fung in R.
Frank Mankiewicz, the press secretary who went before television cameras to announce the death of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and later served as political director for presidential candidate George McGovern, died Thursday. He was 90.
Mankiewicz died of a heart attack at George Washington University Hospital, said a family friend, journalist Adam Clymer.
Mankiewicz was a longtime Democratic political operative as well as a lawyer, journalist and author.
Hate to shill for anything PBS, but apparently a group of libertarian organizations put together this special on the life, times, and thinking of Dr. Walter E, Williams which is making the rounds on PBS and I actually caught tonight in prime time on the Philly outlet. Following Williams from his youth in Philadelphia through his time in the army in the late fifties, the program details his introduction to racial discrimination in the military.
A genetic analysis of a 45,000-year-old thigh bone narrows down the time when modern humans and Neanderthals first interbred. A 45,000-year-old leg bone is raising questions about just how close modern-day humans are to our thick-browed Stone Age ancestors. DNA from the femur of a Siberian man is helping to pinpoint when modern humans and Neanderthals first interbred, researchers say.