1. Supreme court verdict into nuclear veteran compensation claims


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    • Going to Wall Street - NY


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      Those pictures was taken when I was going to Wall Street and another places around.

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      • The Humanist Hour #71: On location in Cranston, Rhode Island


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        In this month's episode of the Humanist Hour, Jes Constantine heads to Cranston, RI to hear the local residents, students, and teachers voice their opinion about the Cranston High School West prayer banner. Also, listen to Ellery Schempp tell the story of his landmark US Supreme Court case from over 50 years ago, ruling government sanctioned prayer unconstitutional. Hosts Jes Constantine and Todd Stiefel also discuss the recent announcement that Foundation Beyond Belief is now a "Special Friend" team partner with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) for their Light The Night Walks. The goal is to unite the Freethought Movement around the world to raise one million U.S. Dollars in 2012. This would make us the first team in LLS history to bring in more than $1,000,000 in their first year! For complete details on this program, visit http://podcast.thehumanist.org/2012/03/the-humanist-hour-71-on-location-in-cranston-rhode-island/

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        • Davis Polk's Schaible on 363 sales, Supreme Court


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          The Supreme Court's hearing of oral arguments in April on whether lenders must be allowed to credit-bid their debts in bankruptcy auctions is "an extremely important case," according to Damian Schaible, a partner at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP. In this interview with The Deal Pipeline at the Wharton Restructuring and Turnaround Conference, Schaible lays out the significant effects the ruling could have on the markets and other ways that 363 sales are becoming more prevalent. - George White

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          • TYT Supreme Court


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            Created for The Young Turks on Current TV - www.current.com/theyoungturks

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            • Supreme Court to Decide Whether US Corporations Can Be Sued for Abuses They Support Overseas


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              The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Tuesday on whether U.S.-based corporations can be sued in U.S. courts for human rights abuses committed overseas. The case involves nine Nigerian activists, including Ken Saro Wiwa, executed for protesting Royal Dutch Shell. We're joined by Marco Simons, legal director of Earth Rights International, which filed a "friend of the court" legal brief in this case and has been a pioneer in using the Alien Tort Statute to sue corporations for human rights abuses in Burma, Nigeria, Colombia and other nations. Some legal analysts are comparing the case to the landmark campaign finance ruling in Citizens United which found that corporations have broad rights under the First Amendment and can directly fund political campaigns. "This case is really about whether a corporation that participates in serious human rights abuses, such as crimes against humanity or genocide or state sponsored torture, can profit from those abuses and shield those profits from the victims when the victims come to take them to court," Marco says. To watch the complete daily, independent news hour, read the transcript, download the podcast, and for the additional Democracy Now! reports about the case in Nigeria, visit http://www.democracynow.org/ FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow Listen on SoundCloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/democracy-now Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/VM

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              • The Supreme Court Revisits Miranda


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                Democratic Political consultant Brad Bannon In a busy day at the Supreme Court, the justices on Tuesday issued a decision limiting the circumstances in which prisoners must be told of their rights before they are questioned, added to what had already been a long schedule for arguments in the challenges to the 2010 health care law and made public an internal ethics resolution from 1991.

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                • The Daily Update: Wednesday, Feb. 22


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                  Today on the Daily Update we discuss the GOP debate, Obama's new tax cuts, the Supreme Court's decision to hear an affirmative action case, Mardi Gras in Spain, Plano is the place to live, the Texas Navy is stationed at the Rio Grande River, a 911 call from a Frisco local, Dallas athletics updates and much more.. Anchored by Ruthie Burst.

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                  • Petition Calling For Thomas To Recuse Himself From Health Care Rulings


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                    Petition Calling For Thomas To Recuse Himself From Health Care Rulings VR The Other 98% HCAN

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                    • Occupy LSX Brings Back The Magna Carta in the Supreme Court


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                      Shot 13 Feb 2012 + Archival Footage Filmmaker Inka Stafrace Tammy Samede, George Barda, Daniel Ashman, Paul Randall Joliffe from Occupy LSX and Steve Moore from Anonymous UK all submitted separate applications to appeal the ruling Justice Lindblom served in the High Court in January 2012. The most exciting element delivered on Feb 13 was that the Magna Carta Section 29 is still statute law. This was confirmed by the Master of the Rolls in the Supreme Court, London. Its significance is the clause stipulating the right to remedy. This means that protesters have a right under statute to have their grievances remedied in negotiation with the authorities. Stay tuned! Get involved.

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