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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Trayvon Martin Investigator Wanted to Charge George Zimmerman With Manslaughter - ABC News

Trayvon Martin Investigator Wanted to Charge George Zimmerman With Manslaughter - ABC News:

The lead homicide investigator in the shooting of unarmed teenagerTrayvon Martin recommended that neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman be charged with manslaughter the night of the shooting, multiple sources told ABC News.

Breaking News and Opinion on The Huffington Post

Breaking News and Opinion on The Huffington Post:

INDIVIDUAL MANDATE IN TROUBLE... Justices Displayed 'Deep Skepticism'...COHN: 'I Wasn't Worried Yesterday. I Am Today'... Toobin: 'Train Wreck For Obama'... It's Kennedy's Call... 'IT WILL BE CLOSE. VERY CLOSE'

A Coup At Goldman Sachs?

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More often than not during the past 100 years, succession to the top job at Goldman Sachs (GS) has been a blood sport. A careful reading of former Goldman employee Greg Smith's infamous New York Times op-ed article -- along with a twist of conspiracy theory -- suggest that the jockeying to replace Lloyd Blankfein, who has been Goldman's chief executive officer since June 2006, is well under way. READ MORE
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The Supreme Court opened its hearing on the constitutionality of Barack Obama's signature healthcare law Monday with a brief moment of partisan unity: the Republicans challenging the law and the government lawyers defending it agreed that the high court should rule now, rather than waiting for it to take effect in 2014. The justices seemed to agree, raising the likelihood of a landmark ruling in the thick of the presidential election this June. Today we will hear the argument central to the conservative assault: Whether Congress has (or lacks) the power under the Commerce Clause to require citizens to purchase health insurance. READ MORE
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Susan G. Komen for the Cure continues to be a cautionary tale about the toxicity of our politics, and how easy it is for those politics to drive a large and trusted charity into a ditch. READ MORE
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Rarely has there been such poor management of economic affairs since the Great Depression. Readers should know this: There is a path to successful resolution. It's just that, time and again, no matter who is in charge, Europeans seem to currently be in the grip of of obscenely wrong-headed economic thinking. READ MORE
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Former pizza magnate and presidential candidate Herman Cain is back, with a new web spectacular. But even for Cain, this video -- in which a rabbit is inexplicably launched from a catapult and then shot by a bespectacled man -- is completely nuts. READ MORE
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Activists take NATO protest fight to court | VIDEO
Protesters who want to hit the streets of Chicago during the upcoming NATO Summit are in court Tuesday to fight a decision that restricts their planned march.
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Illinoisans who have unpaid traffic tickets or other bills could be in for a surprise when they get their state income tax refunds.


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Benedict XVI hopes to renew church in Cuba Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Cuba Monday. His trip comes 14 years after his predecessor, John Paul II, visited the island.

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