Domestic Breaking News: WikiLeaks Soldier's Court-martial Wrestles Online Evidence Rules

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Domestic Breaking News: WikiLeaks Soldier's Court-martial Wrestles Online Evidence Rules

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The trial of a U.S. soldier accused of providing classified materials to WikiLeaks is unique for the size of the leak and also faces the unresolved cyber-age issue of whether Tweets and Web pages can be admitted as evidence. Boston city workers and volunteers disassembled a makeshift memorial to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing in a move the mayor said he hoped would help the city "look to the future." The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday returned a closely watched case on the affirmative action admissions policy at the University of Texas at Austin to a lower court, thereby avoiding a major ruling on the issue.

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