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AIG seeks to recoup billions it says lost to fraud

American International Group Inc launched a fight to recoup billions of dollars the bailed-out insurer said it lost due to fraud, setting up a clash with Wall Street's biggest banks. Full story

EPA, eco groups at odds in climate change case

The Obama administration and environmental interests have found themselves on opposite sides of a key Supreme Court case over who can force power plants to cut their emissions. Full story

Tape of police, alleged victim played in NYPD rape case

NEW YORK (Reuters) -- After listening to a secret tape recording of a New York City police officer saying he used a condom, an alleged rape victim told the jury hearing her case on Thursday, "I knew what he had done." Full story

Lawsuit against JPMorgan can go forward: ruling

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York state judge left intact most of a lawsuit brought by U.S. billionaire Len Blavatnik accusing JPMorgan Chase <JPM.N> of mismanaging an investment account. Full story

Wis. voters send governor strong, angry message

Wisconsin voters sent Republican Gov. Scott Walker a clear message about their unhappiness with his muscling an anti-union rights bill through the state Legislature by sending a once runaway state Supreme Court race toward a near-certain recount and filling the governor's former post with a Democrat Full story

Supreme Court to decide jail strip search case

The Supreme Court said Monday that it would decide whether a jail policy of strip searching every individual arrested for any minor offense violated constitutional privacy rights. Full story

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Dennis Kozlowski, followed by his wife Karen Kozlowski, leaves New York Supreme Court
Dennis Kozlowski, followed by his wife Karen Kozlowski, leaves New York Supreme Court

Dennis Kozlowski, followed by his wife Karen Kozlowski, makes his way through a crush of media as he leaves New York Supreme Court after jury deliberations in New York, Friday March 26, 2004. Kozlowski is accused of conspiring to spend Tyco funds to finance personal expenditures.