September 27, 2011

    1. Money Matters: Equity line help would lift housing market
    2. The Firm: Tips for avoiding legal malpractice claims
    3. Counselor's Corner: The surprise of hope


    1. New York Wooing Trump Republican candidates seek Trump's stamp of approval
    2. Mississippi Teenager indicted for capital murder, hate crime
    3. Presidential Politics Romney using wife's story to connect with voters Friends and foes say Ann Romney makes her husband seem more genuine
    4. California Father appeals for help for mentally ill suspect Man is wanted in shooting deaths of two town officials
    5. California Police recordings key part of homeless beating case Some police departments are equipping officers with body cameras
    6. National Roundup
    7. Washington Shutdown politics at play again On spending, divided Congress can't even agree on easy stuff


    1. State Roundup
    2. Eye on Lansing GOP hopeful Mich. goes red in presidential race State last backed a Republican presidential candidate in 1988


    1. Court Roundup
    2. Pennsylvania 100 years on, prostitute's kin seeking pardon Woman's warning call saved countless lives in 1911 flood


    1. Wall Street SEC may recommend legal action against S&P
    2. Real Estate New-home sales fell in August for 4th month High unemployment is one factor preventing people from buying homes
    3. Wall Street Stocks may be cheap. But they can get cheaper yet


    1. Sentence in illegal immigrant case splits court
    2. PALS Opener
    3. Daily Briefs, September 27
    4. Former Chief Justice Taylor's portrait presented to high court
    5. Local Voice: Expungement options expanded under new law
    6. District judge dies