Here are documents and evidence presented to the grand jury in Clayton, Mo., that was deciding whether to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting of Michael Brown. The documents were released by the St. Louis County prosecutor, Robert P. McCulloch. Note: Some of the documents contain graphic language.
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By: Debra Cassens Weiss
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is said to be resting comfortably after undergoing a heart catheterization on Wednesday. Ginsburg, 81, was taken to the hospital on Tuesday evening after experiencing “discomfort” during exercise, said Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg in a press release (PDF). Surgeons installed a stent to clear a blockage in Ginsburg’s right coronary artery. The National Law Journal (sub. req.), the Wall Street Journal (sub. req.), SCOTUSblogand USA Today have stories. Continue reading
By: Jon Brodkin
T-Mobile US and AT&T have been trading shots over the prices AT&T charges for data roaming as part of the government’s investigation into a complaint filed by T-Mobile.As we’ve previously reported, T-Mobile accused AT&T and Verizon Wireless of charging unreasonably high data roaming rates, making it difficult for smaller carriers to offer better deals to consumers. AT&T argued in a filing on November 14 that it “buys more data roaming than it sells both on a megabyte basis and on a dollar basis,” mostly through agreements with rural carriers, and that it pays more than T-Mobile does. Continue reading