- An Islamic charity is not entitled to damages and legal fees in illegal surveillance case against the U.S. government because of sovereign immunity, a federal appeals court ruled.
- A caravan representing more than 100 groups will leave San Diego Sunday and travel across the country to draw attention to the failed drug war.
- The ACLU may sue a Louisiana charter school that forces girls to take pregnancy tests. Those who turn up pregnant are expelled from the school.
- Seven Cameroonian athletes have disappeared from the Olympic village. They are believed to have defected and want to stay in Europe.
- E-mails indicate the U.S. Treasury Department led efforts to terminate pensions for Delphi employees who weren’t unionized during the government’s takeover of GM. The same fate did not befall those who were members of United Auto Workers.
- A former yacht-dealer spent $4.8 million buying 650 foreclosed properties in Detroit. That’s about $7,000 per property.
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