From today’s news

  • SFGate.com: Ninth Circuit courtroom beats Alcatraz as tourist attraction — Visitors flock to get a ringside seat at history-making recall session

      The public filled up the majority of the 120 seats in the courtroom. Many were law students, hoping to see one of their role models at work.

      “It’s like going to a big concert for us,” said Jill Meyers, 25, a second- year law student at UC Berkeley. “These are some of the best attorneys in the profession.’

  • MSNBC/Reuters: Official urges bridging rich-poor gap — World Bank president says it is reckless to delay movement

  • MSNBC: Best companies for working moms — ‘Working Mother’ magazine lists family friendly companies

  • NY Times: California Moves to Ban Unsolicited E-Mail Spam

  • NY Times: U.S. Charges Guantánamo Prison Worker With Espionage — Accused could face death penalty

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