DAILY E-LERT

 

Friday, May 4, 2012

TODAY'S HEADLINE NEWS

 

 

Obama administration urges freer access to cell phone records

What is torture? Ex-CIA official renews debate

Feds: Alabama immigration law caused spike in Hispanic student absences

Consumer Reports: Facebook privacy problems are on the rise

Appeals court hears arguments over Yucca Mountain

Statistics show no progress in federal court law clerk diversity

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