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Suit Filed against Krazy Glue

(WDIV) Two people have filed a lawsuit in Detroit federal court against the makers of Krazy Glue, claiming the multi-purpose glue won't stick to wood like the front of the bottle claims it will.The class action suit claims Elmers Products, based in Ohio, is making a false advertising claim. The issu Full story

Michigan appeals state judge's order to stop Detroit bankruptcy

DETROIT (Reuters) - Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette on Friday appealed a state judge's declaratory judgment that the bankruptcy petition Detroit's emergency manager filed in federal court Thursday should be withdrawn. Full story

Mass probation official convicted

The suspended acting head of the Hampshire Superior Court probation department has been convicted of witness tampering and attempted harassment in a federal investigation of patronage in the state Probation Department. Full story

Alleged Boston bomber to make court appearance

   In a few hours, accused Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will make his first appearance in a Boston federal court. NBC’s Pete Williams discusses.

What remains of Libor litigation? Alison Frankel

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Make no mistake: A 161-page ruling late Friday by the federal judge overseeing private litigation stemming from manipulation of the benchmark London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor) has devastated investor claims that they were the victims of artificially suppressed Libor rates. Full story

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  Alleged 9/11 spokesman pleads not guilty in NYC court

NBC’s Pete Williams reports on Sulaiman Abu Ghaith's not guilty plea to charges of plotting to kill Americans in New York federal court.

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