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3 easier ways to buy the new iPhones without joining the insane overnight queue outside the Apple store

Instead of braving the sun and the rain and queuing up for nearly 24 hours, here are some alternatives to get the new iPhones.

A British court was forced to rely on Google Translate because it had no interpreter

Officials at Teesside Magistrates' Court were at a loss after no Mandarin interpreter was available.

MIKE ASHLEY: Allegations of mixing drinking with business ‘intended to damage my reputation’

"I don't just turn up to to a venue with someone and negotiate a binding agreement in a few hours over drinks," Ashley said.

George Soros is using his massive wealth to reshape the US justice system

Soros has pumped over $3 million into seven local district-attorney campaigns in six states in the past year, reports Politico.

Mexico has spent 8 years overhauling its dysfunctional justice system, but it may need 11 more to fix the mess

The reforms, which have a constitutional deadline of June 18, replace Mexico's current system with one more similar to the US's criminal-justice system.

Bowe Bergdahl will face a military court martial — here’s how that’s radically different from a civilian court

Bowe Bergdahl will be tried before a general court-martial, the highest-level military court.

Protesters cheer as judge keeps Freddie Gray case in Baltimore

The trial of six police officers accused of killing Freddie Gray in the back of a police van will stay in Baltimore