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Lawyer dad handled the investigation. His director son made the action film.

‘Is this legal?” Barry Seal (Tom Cruise) asks his CIA handler, Monty Schafer (Domhnall Gleeson), as Schafer hands him the keys to an airplane so sleek that even standing still it looks like it’s going 300 miles per hour.
“All this is legal if you are doing it for the good guys,” parries Schafer, fail ... (full story)


Local


One-time clients could be avenue to developing new business

Some law practices lend themselves to repeat clients. For those practices, generating new business can be as simple as going to existing clients and asking them what else they can handle for them. But for specialty practices, such as divorce law, even your happiest clients may only need your services once.
For practices that feat ... (full story)


High court to decide fate of class action waivers

Are class action and collective action waivers in which employers require workers to resolve employment-related disputes through individual arbitration and waive their right to do so through class and collective proceedings enforceable?
That’s what the U.S. Supreme Court will decide after the circuit courts failed to agree ... (full story)


Sports


NASCAR faces decline in fans, has no answers

NASCAR faces decline in fans, has no answers

From empty seats at the tracks to dwindling numbers watching at home, NASCAR has a popularity problem.
That’s undeniable.
What’s not so clear is why this sport, which was supposed to be America’s next big thing, has stalled in recent years. Oh sure, plenty of explanations have been floated, from tedious races ... (full story)


State


Prosecutors, police increasingly use security cameras to build their cases

Prosecutors, police increasingly use security cameras to build their cases

NEW YORK — There’s one video of a man walking to and from the scene of a bombing in a Manhattan’s bustling Chelsea neighborhood. Another shows him minutes later planting another homemade explosive a few blocks away. A third has him in a backyard in New Jersey, apparently testing an incendiary device.
Prosecutors ... (full story)


Legal challenge could scuttle prescription drug initiative

Legal challenge could scuttle prescription drug initiative

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A court challenge to the attorney general's explanation of a ballot measure that would cap the price state agencies could pay for prescription drugs could scuttle the initiative even if backers gather enough support to put it on the 2018 ballot, a key proponent said last week.
Industry groups have appeal ... (full story)