- Haskell commencement speaker leading Redskins mascot fight Updated: Apr-28-16 8:39 am
LAWRENCE, Kansas - A Haskell Indian Nations University graduate who is at the forefront in the fight to change the name of the Washington Redskins NFL team is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the university's commencement.
- US targets 11 countries for lax copyright protection Updated: Apr-27-16 9:35 am
WASHINGTON - China, Russia and India are among 11 countries targeted by the Obama administration for leaving American producers of music, movies and other copyrighted material open to rampant piracy.
- Ohio State trademarks name of ex-football coach Woody Hayes Updated: Apr-22-16 9:36 am
COLUMBUS, Ohio - After trademarking the name of current Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer, the university has done the same with a predecessor, Woody Hayes.
- Supreme Court rejects challenge to Google's online library Updated: Apr-18-16 9:55 am
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court turned away a challenge Monday to Google's online book library from authors who complained that the project makes it harder for them to market their work.
- Napster co-founder bankrolls project to speed cancer work Updated: Apr-13-16 7:47 am
TRENTON, New Jersey - A project to speed development of cancer-fighting drugs that harness the immune system has academic and drug industry researchers collaborating and sharing their findings like never before.
- Judge clears 'Stairway to Heaven' copyright case for trial Updated: Apr-11-16 6:52 pm
LOS ANGELES - A trial is needed to determine if Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" copies its opening notes from a song performed by the rock band Spirit, a federal judge has ruled.
- Copyright infringement suit filed over Mapplethorpe photos Updated: Apr-08-16 7:26 am
NEW YORK - A photographer has filed a $65 million lawsuit against the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation alleging he took the images of the late photographer in drag long identified as self-portraits.
- Former Hunter Douglas patent attorney pleads guilty to fraud Updated: Apr-06-16 10:21 pm
DENVER - A patent attorney accused of swindling about $5 million from window-covering giant Hunter Douglas over 14 years has pleaded guilty to felony counts of tax evasion and fraud.
- The science behind OSU's seaweed project Updated: Apr-03-16 3:05 am
SALEM, Oregon - Oregon State University's patented dulse seaweed, for human consumption, can be traced to a project that dates back almost 20 years.
- Judge rules against Urban Outfitters defense in Navajo case Updated: Apr-01-16 1:14 pm
FLAGSTAFF, Arizona - A federal judge says the Navajo Nation did not unreasonably delay a trademark infringement challenge against Urban Outfitters Inc.