Gen. David Petraeus will reportedly testify before the House and Senate intelligence Committees this week about the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya that left four Americans dead, FOX News reports.
Petraeus, who stepped down as head of the CIA last week after admitting to an extramarital affair, had been slated to testify to lawmakers Thursday. His sudden departure from the spy agency prompted acting CIA Director Mike Morrell to agree to testify in Petraeus’ place. But sources confirmed to Fox News on Wednesday that the hearings would go on as originally scheduled, and the former CIA chief would be there.
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— December 10, 2013
By Attorney Sarah Martin Special to THELAW.TV A common story: Rachel is a mother of two. She has two children, Amy, who is four years old, and Michael, who is six months old. Rachel has not seen her children’s father, Jim, since before Michael was born. Jim ran off with his secretary and has a new…
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— December 6, 2013
Barney’s came under fire last month after a 19-year-old black customer accused the retailer of racial profiling at its Manhattan store. From FOX News: Trayon Christian sued Barneys, saying he was accused of fraud after using his debit card to buy a $349 Ferragamo belt in April. Kayla Phillips filed a notice saying she would…
— November 20, 2013
By Attorney Melba Pearson Special to THELAW.TV Either George Zimmerman has the worst luck in the world … or there is a new side of him being revealed. Today, a Florida judge granted a $9,000 bond on Zimmerman’s latest charges of aggravated assault with a firearm, battery and criminal mischief. These charges were as result…