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It took courage for more than a dozen Allentown police officers to divulge what they felt was wrongdoing by their chief, who they said threatened "retribution" on anyone who did so. It also took solid assurances that the chief would never find out who...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Prison sentences for Missouri juveniles convicted of first-degree murder remain uncertain because lawmakers did not pass a new sentencing scheme before adjourning. Under state law, people under 18 convicted of first-...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Prison sentences for Missouri juveniles convicted of first-degree murder remain uncertain because lawmakers did not pass a new sentencing scheme before adjourning. Under state law, people under 18 convicted of first-degree...
Four days after her April 27 breast reconstruction, the third and final surgery aimed at sparing her an early death from breast cancer, Angelina Jolie was in good spirits at home. Upon paying a house call, her surgeon, Dr. Kristi Funk of the Pink...
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer is defending comments he made this month linking legalized abortion with school shootings. The North Dakota Republican during a graduation speech at the University of Mary said, "Forty years ago, the...
You have to wonder how many more surveys and votes it will take before the Boy Scouts of America decide to officially join the 21st Century. Maybe it will happen this week. Maybe. After months of surveys, committee recommendations and cancelled votes,...
Orlando Sentinel Editorial BoardThe U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider later this year whether it’s constitutional for a town council to open its meetings with a prayer from a Christian pastor. Three decades ago, the high court ruled it was not unconstitutional for a...
Tags: Religion and Belief
Maryland's counties and Baltimore face a collective loss of more than $40 million a year and some taxpayers could get refunds if a decision by the state's highest court isn't reversed on appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. The state Court of Appeals ruled...
Benjamin Lipsitz, whose commitment to the spirit and letter of the law led him to defend a would-be assassin, a Nazi sympathizer and a craven murderer during a career that spanned more than a half-century, died May 10. He was 94. "He was so...
WASHINGTON — Republican opposition in many statehouses to expanding Medicaid next year under President Obama's healthcare law — opposition that could leave millions of the nation's poorest residents without insurance coverage — will...
An Arkansas law that bans most abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy was temporarily blocked by a federal judge on Friday. In a ruling from the bench, U.S. District Court Judge Susan Webber Wright in Little Rock granted a preliminary injunction...
Tags: Women's Health, Laws, Court Preliminary, Judges, Mike Beebe
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The Arkansas Legislature has formally ended this year's legislative session. The House and Senate met briefly Friday and adjourned the session that wrapped up last month with the approval of the state's $4.9 billion budget....
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