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Earlier this month, Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach announced to its staff that its physicians would no longer be able to perform elective abortions at the hospital ("Hoag: no more elective abortions," May 8). This came as a surprise to some of its...
MEXICO CITY — Efrain Rios Montt, the former Guatemalan military dictator who ruled his country during one of the bloodiest phases of its civil war, was found guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity Friday for the systematic massacre of more...
Tags: Trials, Justice and Rights, Mexico, Hate Crimes, Guatemala
The so-called labor movement in America has been disappearing and now serves only the interests of union bosses and the politicians they prop up, so desperate measures were considered necessary to keep the useless corpse breathing. One attempt at...
Bono turns 53 years old today. He was born Paul David Hewson, and he was 16 years old when he got together with the guys who would form the Irish rock band U2. The lineup has not changed since. He was still in his teens when he was given the...
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MEXICO CITY -- The former dictator of Guatemala, Efrain Rios Montt, on Thursday took the stand for the first time in his genocide trial and said he did not order the slaughter of hundreds of indigenous Maya. Rios Montt’s sometimes contentious...
Tags: Government, Trials, Hate Crimes, Guatemala, International Law
Staff Writer, Copy EditorAmid widespread outrage from the Latino community, the Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday withdrew its application to trademark the phrase “Dia de los Muertos.” The entertainment company had filed applications with the U.S. Trademark and Patent...
GUADALAJARA, Mexico — Guadalajara police commander Juan Carlos Martinez took Mexico's national police vetting exam in April 2012. He failed. But no one in government would tell him why. A few months later, he received a phone call from a man...
Hours after Republican members of Congress sharply questioned Hillary Rodham Clinton and the State Department's handling of the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, the former secretary of State did not explicitly mention the controversy in an...
Complex. Even messy. That's the reality of prosecuting terrorism cases, former U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald told his University of Chicago law school students at the outset of a recent class he taught with law firm colleague Michael Scudder. The...
The central Emmaus property that hosts the borough's popular weekly farmers market will be put up for sale in an Internet auction ... Ben Franklin hands out honors at i xchange ... Al Gore, with reported $200 million, almost as rich as Mitt Romney ......
The Illinois Department of Human Rights has found "substantial evidence" that the Tinley Park Police Department discriminated against a Hispanic patrol officer when it passed him over for a specialty position. In a discrimination complaint filed with...
Bangladeshi government officials and Western apparel companies have pledged to provide financial assistance to the families of more than 1,300 people killed or injured in the collapse of the Rana Plaza building last week. At least 388 people were killed...
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