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Archive for January 11th, 2019
Saturday marks Day 22 of the partial federal government shutdown, stretching past the 21 days the government shut down in 1995-96. Many federal works missed their first paycheck on Friday.
Spokeswoman Sarah Sanders denied the story which said counterintelligence officials wondered if the new president was working for Russia, and therefore was a national security threat.
The Democrat is an anti-interventionist who has drawn criticism for meeting with Syrian President Bashar Assad. In 2016, she supported the presidential campaign of Bernie Sanders.
The motorcycle club, whose members have a history of violence and drug dealing, considers its trademarked logo central to its identity. Federal prosecutors say the logo is linked to criminality.
"Sheriff [Scott] Israel has repeatedly failed and has demonstrated a pattern of poor leadership," Gov. Ron DeSantis announced. Former Coral Springs Police Sgt. Gregory Tony will replacing Israel.
The new governor said the arrests and trials, and in two cases the killings, of the Groveland Four were unjust. Families of the men had worked for the pardons. The accuser maintained she did not lie.
From paid family leave to preschool, the budget proposal unveiled Thursday sets aside nearly $2 billion dollars for programs for young children and families.
Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo were reporting on a massacre of Rohingya men when they were arrested and later convicted of violating the country's Official Secrets Act. They were sentenced to seven years.
New research shows that black teachers have a much stronger effect on black students than previously thought.
After having surgery last month for cancer, liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is recovering well and has "no evidence of remaining disease," according to the Supreme Court.
As anxiety and anger rise, federal workers and industry leaders around the country are organizing to demand an end to the partial government shutdown.
Basic health insurance for most affected federal workers will stay in effect, but circumstances are murkier for contractors.
Poland has evidence that a Huawei sales director and a Polish citizen "cooperated with the Chinese services," according to a spokesman for Poland's special services branch.
Juan David Ortiz, a supervisor in the U.S. Border Patrol, wanted to "clean the streets," he says. Ortiz is accused of killing four women, and prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty.
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Negotiations between the Los Angeles Unified School District and the union, United Teachers Los Angeles, are expected to continue throughout the weekend.
Back in August, the American Psychological Association released official guidelines for working with boys and men for the first time ever.
Tracing the prolific work of animation titan Hayao Miyazaki as LA Film Critics Association honors him with Career Achievement award| January 11 2019, 8:42 AM
You can’t have a conversation about the greatest animators or animation directors of all time without mentioning Hayao Miyazaki.
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Christy Lemire, Tim Cogshell and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases.