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Groundbreaking day for Columbus casino

Public officials have joined developers at a ceremonial groundbreaking for the fourth Ohio casino despite an ongoing legal dispute. Full story

State Dept., ex-Uribe aide pressed in suit

The State Department and a one-time adviser to former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe (oo-REE'-bay) are being pressed for information in a U.S. court case brought by families of death squad victims in the South American nation. Full story

Hooters co-founder in legal fight with chain

One of the founders of Hooters is locked in a bitter legal dispute with the iconic restaurant chain he helped build over money. Full story

UK to release thousands of British Empire files

The U.K. is to release thousands of files containing sensitive information about how its officials behaved in the waning years of the British Empire, the Foreign Office says. Full story

Factbox: Italian PM Berlusconi's legal woes

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi faces four trials in less than two months, with the first court case resuming on Monday after a year-long suspension. Full story

Intel pays Nvidia $1.5 billion in chip dispute

Intel Corp will pay graphics chip designer Nvidia $1.5 billion to license its technology, settling a legal dispute and smoothing the way for better competition in PC processors. Full story

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  After DADT vote’s failure, now what?

Nathaniel Frank, historian and author of "Unfriendly Fire: How the Gay Ban Undermines the Military and Weakens America," talks with Rachel Maddow about why the vote to repeal "Don't ask, don't tell" failed and the options for opponents of the law going forward.

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