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Amazon Worker Piloted Drone Around Space Needle

LEGAL | Friday Jul 25, 2014
Police say an out-of-town Amazon employee was the operator behind a drone that buzzed the Seattle Space Needle this week.

European Sanctions Against Russia May Be Torpedoed

LEGAL | Jul 25
As Britain pushes for tougher sanctions against Russia, multiple European countries are only expressing lukewarm support. Nations like France and Germany may be reluctant to take a hardline against Russia because of business interests.

Ambassador Discusses Inspirational Hashtag

LEGAL | Jul 25
Ambassador Riyad Mansour, the permanent observer of Palestine to the United Nations, shared his thoughts on the #JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies social media campaign with CBS News' Pamela Falk.

Detroit retiree William Davis protests near the federal courthouse in Detroit.

Bond Insurers Vow to Fight Detroit Financial Plan

LEGAL | Jul 24
Companies that insure Detroit's bonds are repeating their pledge to aggressively challenge the city's plan to get out of bankruptcy. Results released Monday night show city workers and retirees voted in favor of pension cuts.

Johns Hopkins to Pay $190M to Gynecologist's Victims

LEGAL | Jul 23
Johns Hopkins Hospital will pay $190 million to thousands of women after police found more than 1,300 secret pictures and videos on gynecologist Dr. Nikita Levy's computer. The doctor killed himself shortly after the investigation began early last year.

House Speaker John Boehner

Boehner: No Border Money Without Policy Changes

LEGAL | Jul 23
House Speaker John Boehner (BAY'nuhr) says the public won't support spending money on the border crisis unless Congress makes policy changes to return migrant kids home faster.

Army Intelligence System Pulled from Key Test

LEGAL | By Ken Dilanian | Jul 21
Army officials have withdrawn their intelligence network from a major testing exercise this fall because of software glitches, in the latest setback for the troubled system.

Euro Healing, but Still Distant No. 2 to US Dollar

LEGAL | By David McHugh | Jul 19
The European Central Bank said that foreign demand for stocks, bonds and other portfolio investments in euros rose to 3.7 percent of eurozone economic output in 2013. That was up from 3.0 percent the year before.

5 Money Saving Tips for Exchanging Currency

LEGAL | By Joseph Pisani | Jul 18
Headed overseas for summer vacation? It's easy to get hit with extra fees and expensive exchange rates when switching currencies. Some currency exchange tables in airports and tourist areas offer bad rates, taking more of your money.

How Identity Thieves Stay Ahead of the Law

LEGAL | Jul 18
Identity theft poses a major challenge to the criminal justice system. And as identity thieves get more creative and technologically savvy, the consequences can be a lot more damaging than just a few charges on a credit card.

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill, right, speaks to reporters during a news conference.

2 Ex-Utah Attorneys General Charged with Bribery

LEGAL | By Michelle L. Price | Jul 17
Two former Utah attorneys general were arrested on an array of bribery charges Tuesday stemming from cozy relationships with several businessmen, a stunning fall for a pair of politicians who built immense political clout in their years.