DOJ Memo Details Policy For Killing US Citizens

Feb. 7 (Bloomberg Law) -- Bloomberg Law's Lee Pacchia runs through the legal news for the week. A confidential memo leaked from the Department of Justice details the legal rationale for the extrajudicial killing of American citizens working for al-Qaeda or associated forces. Also, the Department of Justice filed a civil fraud complaint against ratings agency S&P seeking up to $5 billion in damages. Finally, as defaults on Perkins Loans rise, many top academic institutions are being forced to sue their former students.
Xinhua Says China's Bull Market Is Not Over
34:11 - The Chinese stock market’s decline on Tuesday wasn’t the end of the bull market and could instead help the market enter the "slow bull" mode advocated by regulators, the official Xinhua News Agency says. Bloomberg's Christine Hah has more on "First Up." (Source: Bloomberg)
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