Clinic Helps Free Man Wrongfully Imprisoned for 36 Years

Michael Hanline is poised to spend his first Thanksgiving outside of prison in 36 years. The longest-serving California inmate found to have been wrongfully convicted, Hanline was released on Nov. 24 after prosecutors owned up to numerous problems with the 1978 murder case against him.

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    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is "resting comfortably" after undergoing a heart catheterization procedure on Wednesday. She was released from the hospital on Thursday.

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    By Nate Beck

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    A top U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission lawyer on Friday defended the agency’s increased use of administrative proceedings in the face of critics who question the integrity of the forum.

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    By Lalita Clozel

    Several former college athletes have leveled restraint-of-trade allegations against the National Collegiate Athletics Association, in a class action filed in California Northern District Court.

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