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Archive for February 23rd, 2013
The former head of the L.A. Archdiocese was questioned for more than three hours Saturday about his handling of allegations of sexual abuse by priests.
A Metro spokesman confirms completion of the Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project won't be completed until mid-2014.
To those who closely follow the voter ID wars, Hans von Spakovsky is a household name, one of the nation's leading and controversial crusaders against voter fraud.
If the candidate backed by Michael Bloomberg wins, look for congressional candidates nationwide to start eyeing the New York City mayor and his superPAC cash.
It argues that a portion of the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional. Specifically, the administration points to a section that denies married same-sex couples access to federal benefits enjoyed by heterosexual couples.
As the Directors and Producers Guild Awards go, so does the Academy. At least most of the time.
About 700 personnel and their families would move to Point Mugu under a military proposal to make Naval Base Ventura County the West Coast home for a drone aircraft.
A middle-school science teacher fired after students learned she had appeared in pornographic movies will continue to fight her dismissal from the classroom.
Seven states say the most effective civil rights statute in the nation's history has outlived its usefulness.
In places like the Nairobi neighborhood of Eastleigh, where Somali refugees have flocked, it's hard to distinguish between tainted money and honest cash.
The South Carolina Republican has been outspoken in his opposition to Hagel as secretary of defense, but this may have to do more with a possible primary challenge than the nomination itself.
As fighting in Aleppo intensifies, the Syrian National Coalition says it won't attend meetings in Moscow, D.C., and Rome in protest of the continued violence.
A judge has ordered Best Buy Stores to pay nearly $900,000 and to institute a discount program to settle a lawsuit alleging the company charged more than advertised prices.
The exhibit in Atlanta lays out the history of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, a group first presided over by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
Officials say a former sergeant and two current officers from the tiny Southern California city of Irwindale are under criminal investigation.
The meteor that caused at least 1,000 injuries in Russia after a startling and powerful daytime explosion one week ago has been identified as a chondrite, the most common type of meteor that falls on Earth.
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