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5 Worst Accidents in the Houston Area

Living in Houston is an amazing experience, but like anywhere else, it is also a place where accidents can occur on a regular basis. Although, due in part to the industrial nature of area businesses and the unpredictable and sometimes … Continue reading

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Worst case scenarios: Survive the unexpected with your personal plan for bar prep

It’s safe to say the bar exam is no walk in the park, and this general knowledge factors into all test takers’ determination of which bar review course provides the best prep. No matter which course you choose, you’ll likely … Continue reading

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Best and Worst Time Covers

Time is conducting a perfect hump-day diversion, a poll of their best and worst covers Vote for Best Covers | Vote for Worst Covers | View Poll Results (regularly updated) See also Times Person of the Year, 1927-2007 Gallery of… … Continue reading

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We recently settled a case involving a nine-year-old girl who was taken to a government-subsidized medical clinic. She was seen by a physician’s assistant. She had classic appendicitis symptoms which the PA totally missed: periumbilical abdominal pain, diffuse abdominal tenderness, … Continue reading

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CPI: Ajit Pai and the FCC’s Rationale on Net Neutrality ‘Shallow at Best and Ridiculous at Worst”

When Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai decided to scrap net neutrality, he claimed that Obama-era regulations were slowing down the nationwide deployment of broadband services. A new analysis from the Center for Public Integrity, published Tuesday, calls Pai’s reasoning … Continue reading

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