Patt Morrison for June 11, 2012

Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments On Arizona Immigration Law
The Supreme Court has not heard a Guantanamo Bay case since 2008, and it won’t be hearing one today.
Since 1983, Apple has held an annual event called the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) during which Apple bigwigs announce their latest tech wizardry. Given that Apple is one of the most successful and profitable companies in the world, any new products that it releases have tended to have ripple effects throughout the tech world.
Gabrielle Giffords Attends Anniversary Vigil Marking One Year Since Shooting
Ever since Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords resigned from her 8th district post in January, the fate of the seat has been hanging in the balance. But the time has come to choose a replacement, and that’s just what Arizon’s 8th District voters will do when they head to the polls on Tuesday for a special election.
Preparation For Michael Jackson Trial
Courtrooms in California have recently laid off employees or closed due to falling revenues and budget cuts. What if the court system could get a $7.5 billion shot in the arm?
Orange County Register
The investment group 2100 Trust LLC led by Aaron Kushner announced today that it has bought Freedom Communications Holdings Inc., the parent company of half a dozen newspapers including "The Orange County Register," for an undisclosed sum.

Time to start preparing for taxes (again)!

April 15th may seem worlds away, but it’s never too late to get savvy with your tax preparations.
The Olivier Awards 2011 - Press Room
Have you ever seen a movie or a play and wondered what happened to the characters before or after the fictional events of the story took place? Bruce Norris may have – because that’s the inspiration behind his Pulitzer prize-winning comedy, “Clybourne Park.
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