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3 Charged in London Terror Bombings

Three men have been charged by British authorities in the four July 7, 2005 suicide attacks on three London Underground trains and a bus. The attacks killed 52 people.

“American Taliban” Seeks Reduced Sentence

Lawyers for John Walker Lindh, the so-called American Taliban, have called for a third time for the Bush Administration to reduce his 20-year prison sentence.

Lindh pleaded guilty in 2002…

Bunkered Up, Gonzales Preps for Testimony

Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales is holed up this week, phoning more than a dozen Republican lawmakers to solicit support and intensively practicing his testimony about the firings of eight…

Ex-Aide: Gonzales Approved Prosecutors’ Firings

The former chief of staff for Alberto Gonzales says the attorney general approved a plan to fire eight U.S. attorneys.

Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

Testifying before the…


What You’ll be Talking About in 2007

Milberg Weiss on the Hot Seat

Should Law Firms Ever Be Indicted?

Match Point

How a Denver Rape Probe Got the FBI to Change Policy and Release Kinship DNA

Catch a Rising Star

Put Some Mentors in Your Pocket, and Save Them for a Rainmaker Day

The Good Fight Gets Harder

As Legislatures Cut Prosecutors’ Budgets to the Bone, Caseloads Are Backing Up, and Fewer Young Attorneys Are Choosing to Stay