Five years ago, former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon sued the NCAA, a video game manufacturer and a licensing company for using the names, images and likenesses of ex-Division 1 football and college basketball players.
California is about to become the biggest state to allow immigrants in the country illegally to apply for driver's license. More than a million people are expected to apply over three years, but there is the matter of what the license will look like.
Sheriffs recently testified at the Texas State Capitol that state troopers in border counties are often too aggressive against citizens pulled over for routine traffic stops, but the allegations are hardly confined to state troopers.
Country music legends Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Emmylou Harris are just a few of the artists whose images are part of a new exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, called Country: Portraits of an American Sound.
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