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Industries / Law : FindLaw's Writ - Legal Commentary

Oral arguments in McClutcheon v. FEC, a case with significant implications for campaign finance and free speech, began with a series of hypotheticals about how one might circumvent the contribution limits at stake in this case, such...

A Supreme Court justice name-dropped Kim Kardashian in an argument about bank fraud

Politics : Business Insider: Politix

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer name-dropped Kim Kardashian during a case on Tuesday, as part of an argument concerning the legal definitions of fraud and theft. The actual case in question is that of the appeal of Lawrence Sha...

Kanye West Reportedly Cancels Kim Kardashian's Extravagant Birthday Party Following Robbery — But Gifts Reality Star With $50K In Jewels!

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Perez Hilton

Well, we can't say we're shocked by this. As some of you may know, Kim Kardashian West will turn the big 3-6 on October 21 — and in light of the recent Paris robbery, we're hearing Kanye West has cancelled all of the extravagant fes...

Kylie Jenner Shares Curvy Secret As Khloe & Kim Kardashian Tease Breast Implants On ‘KUWTK’

Pop Culture / Celebrity : The Inquisitr - Entertainment

Has Keeping Up With The Kardashians turned into Keeping Up With The Plastic Surgery Rumors? From Kylie Jenner to Khloe and Kim Kardashian, plastic surgery rumors centering on breast and butt implants continue to swirl. Now Kylie is ...

Justice Scalia Tells Senate 'Every Banana Republic Has a Bill of Rights'

Industries / Law : FindLaw's Writ - Legal Commentary

Justices Antonin Scalia and Stephen Breyer took a turn in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee recently, riffing and espousing some interesting opinions. The Justices hit on such hot topics as the televising of oral arguments; le...


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