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Julius and Ethel Rosenberg

Spy's Testimony Unsealed in 1950s Espionage Trial

By Mark Hamblett |

A federal judge has ordered the unsealing of the 1950 testimony of Soviet spy David Greenglass before the grand jury that indicted Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for espionage.

Tobacco Companies Defeat 'Deliberately Deceived' Ads Order

By Zoe Tillman |

Tobacco companies will not have to publicly advertise a judge's conclusion that they "deliberately deceived" consumers about the health risks of smoking, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled May 22.

How Denver Law's Pot Professorship Came to Pass

By Karen Sloan |

A pot law professorship? It's not a joke. The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is establishing what it believes is the first law school professorship in marijuana law and policy with a $45,000 gift from Vicente Sederberg, the self-described "marijuana law firm" in Denver.

Pharma Companies File Suit Against 10 Generic Drugmakers

By Charles Toutant |

Pharmaceutical companies Takeda and AstraZeneca have filed 10 separate patent infringement suits against generic drugmakers looking to produce lower-cost versions of the lung disease drug Daliresp.