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White Powder Sent to 5 Wells Fargo Branches in Manhattan Wells Fargo & Co. closed five bank branches in New York City Monday afternoon after they received envelopes containing white powder. May 01, 2012
New Rules for International Money Transfers The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued new rules on international money transfers from the United States. January 21, 2012
US House Rejects Effort to Reign In NSA; Labrador Votes Yes, Simpson Votes No An amendment that would have curbed the National Security Agency’s ability to collect bulk phone records was defeated, 205-217. July 24, 2013
Supreme Court Strikes Down Arizona Voter Registration Law The Supreme Court has ruled that federal law trumps Arizona's Proposition 200 June 17, 2013
Wal-Mart, Staffing Companies Sued for Misusing Temps Temps say Wal-Mart forced them to arrive at work early, stay late and work through lunches and breaks without pay October 22, 2012
Judge: NSA Phone Surveillance is Legal A federal judge in New York has ruled that the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of millions of Americans’ phone records is lawful. December 27, 2013

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