A one-inch thick slice of duck liver sears in a small pan until the tender meat turns into a golden-brown shell inside the kitchen of a restaurant in San Francisco where Chef Gary Danko earned his Michelin star.
The delicacy, more
Governor Nathan Deal of Georgia has appointed a spokesman for the Georgia Immigration Panel, referred to by critics as a “hate group.” The main function of the panel is to determine if the restrictive new immigration measure of the state
A group of law professors urged the heads of Food & Drug Administration, the Federal Trade Commission, and other key government officials not to withdraw their proposed food marketing guidelines, which have been heavily condemned by food and media companies.
Centre Law Group LLC today announced that it has filed a lawsuit in the Circuit Court in Fairfax, Virginia to compel Verizon Business to re-establish its T1 Internet service. The T1 office service of Centre went down August 28, 2011
A number of patent skirmishes have been witnessed by Paul Maritz, the chief executive of VMWare. He has spent 14 years under Microsoft, a large part of which was during the time when the company was rapidly extending its market
The protracted legal battle between the Rock County residents and the reach of big dairy will reach a pivotal point Wednesday when the first case to test the livestock siting law of Wisconsin will be heard the state’s Supreme Court.
The year 1978 was an excellent one for country music. It was during this time that country songs like “Talking in Your Sleep” by Crystal Gayle, “Sleeping Single in a Double Bed” by Barbara Mandrell, as well as Waylon Jennings
According to the results of a new government investigation, hundreds of calories are added by sodas to a typical American diet. More than half of all Americans on most days drink different amounts of these sugary beverages. An average of
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to acknowledge there was discrimination against California Latino students when it exposed them to pesticides signaled the end of more than ten years of court battle.
Erik Nicholson, United Farm Workers union vice president, in
The federal agency in charge of mortgage titans Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac intends to file lawsuits against over a dozen big banks, charging them of not telling the truth about the quality of mortgage securities that they assembled and
A leading pro-life organization responsible for the pioneering 20-week abortion ban based on scientific evidence that shows unborn children suffer pain during an abortion is welcoming the first lawsuit filed against it.
Usually, pro-life organizations lament the numerous lawsuits that are
A ruling handed down last week by the Michigan Court of Appeals which declared pot dispensaries to be illegal is causing confusion in the industry. Some observers say that the ruling could impact the ability of the patients to gain