Americans feel both joy and fear over bin Laden
Americans awoke on Monday to a world without Osama bin Laden, and many felt jubilation, a surge of patriotism and a sense that their prayers had been answered and that the U.S. had finally avenged the nearly 3,000 people killed that bright September day nearly a decade ago.
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Jim Porter: (Un)neighborly spite fence dispute
“Good fences make good neighbors.” Disputes with neighbors can be the worst kind. Whether it’s a barking dog, a shared fence, a house sitting over the boundary line, or even a spite fence, each can be a continuing and personal aggravation. Vanderpol v. Starr is a case in point.
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