November 30, 2010
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|Active U.S. criminal probe into WikiLeaks release
U.S. authorities are conducting an intensive criminal investigation into the release of thousands of classified U.S. documents by WikiLeaks, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said on Monday.
|Supreme Court to decide Arizona campaign finance law
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear a case concerning Arizona legislation that gives a special form of public subsidy to candidates who run against self-financed opponents.
|NY trial opens in Goldman secret trading code case
More than 18 months after U.S. prosecutors charged computer programmer Sergey Aleynikov with stealing speed-trading code from Goldman Sachs, a jury was selected on Monday to hear the case.
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