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Culminating a 10-year legal battle, Judge Barry Moskowitz ruled on Tuesday that Cubic Defense Systems transfer the money to the plaintiffs. A U.S. district court in Washington, D.C., had awarded the plaintiffs $70 million in 2003, but Iran would not
The village of Tower Lakes and Cuba Township jointly were honored with the Barrington Area Council of Government's 2013 Donald P. Klein award for their purchase and preservation of Barclay's Woods...The Barclay's Wood project acquired a valuable
An all-star cast took the reception stage at John Moores' wedding to physician Dianne Rosenberg Saturday in Rancho Santa Fe. The lineup was led by multiple Grammy-winning singer/songwriter David Foster, head of Verve Music Group. Jessica Sanchez ,
It might come as a surprise that sportscaster Ted Leitner is officiating at today's wedding of former Padres owner John Moores to Dr. Dianne Rosenberg ...When you think about it, Leitner, who got official one-time permission to do the honors, is
Some nice food. (Getty) Apparently not content with jaywalking, New Yorkers are clambering to get involved in the latest It crime: underground supper clubs...Ever the rebel, The Observer has decided to blog about it anyway. CBS 2 investigative
Darshan-Leitner spoke to The Jerusalem Post about the various scenarios which could occur in the aftermath of recent reports that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has prevented a key Israeli official from testifying in the Bank of China case.
Little has changed in the hostile atmosphere in the Gaza or the West Bank since the days of the second intifada. Fatah supporters at rally in Gaza City Photo: Suhaib Salem / Reuters The militarization of a population, the manner by which a regime
Organizations are reportedly preparing to file thousands of lawsuits against the Palestinian Authority in the Hague. Claims in the past have successfully resulted in eth PA being held responsible for either allowing terrorist activity to take place
Austrian police have arrested a criminal group suspected of smuggling illegal immigrants into European countries...The criminal organization even had its field office in Serbia. The group transferred around 5,000 Afghanis to Austria, the police have
Written by Filed Under A Bonita Springs resident asked the City Council Wednesday to rescind its Oct. 17 decision to approve Cafe of Life's proposal to build a park in the Leitner Creek Neighborhood it will use to feed the poor on weekday mornings.