Patt Morrison for May 21, 2012

Students pay their respects on October 0

Dharun Ravi sentenced to 30 days after roommate commits suicide

The former Rutgers University student was convicted of crimes related to secretly recording Tyler Clementi and a male companion in their room.
Senators Charles Schumer and Bob Casey think Eduardo Saverin’s primary motivation for renouncing his U.S. citizenship last year was to avoid paying taxes on his stake in Facebook post-IPO.

Clifton’s Cafeteria may boast oldest neon in the world

Renovators of Clifton’s Cafeteria in downtown Los Angeles have uncovered what they think is the oldest neon light bulb in the world.

How bad is hyper-partisanship in the US government?

“It’s Even Worse Than It Looks,” according to Thomas Mann and Norman Ornstein, whose new book explains how our existing political system is operating in a state of adversarial culture war that threatens the very fabric of American society.
Police Confiscate 230 Kilos Of Cocaine At Hamburg Port
Will reducing the personal possession of drugs like cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine from a felony to a misdemeanor help California’s budget woes?
Apocalypse Redux
It was exactly a year ago today that local preacher and Family Radio founder Harold Camping predicted the world was going to end.
Sascha Rice's film “California State of Mind – The Legacy of Pat Brown” examines Brown’s impact on the state and how his legacy has influenced the contemporary challenges California faces.
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