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A proposal to create a commission to study reparations for African-Americans comes as the presidential election season is kicking into gear. Some Democratic hopefuls support reparations.
"Mr. Pozner has sought for years to try to get these conspiracy theorists to understand that his son really was a person and that his son really did die," attorney Jake Zimmerman told NPR.
Nearly half of Section 8 participants in L.A. end up losing their housing vouchers because they can’t find any landlords who will take them.
Jared Kushner met privately with Sens. Lindsey Graham and Dick Durbin, the two architects of plans to provide citizenship for those brought to the country illegally as children.
A new law would let the state make bulk purchases of prescription drugs from Canada. But it still faces hurdles that could keep it from becoming reality.
Since the delightful snafu that led to the research vessel's goofy moniker, the autonomous submarine has been off gathering deep-sea data on the effects of Antarctic winds.
Libra will be controlled by a nonprofit group in which Facebook will share responsibilities with companies ranging from Mastercard and PayPal to Uber and eBay.
Districts are supposed to tell the government how often students are held or detained. But a new report says those numbers are so inaccurate, there's no way of knowing the prevalence of these methods.
The administration is seeking to ramp up deportation, focusing on those who have skipped court hearings.
The nationwide analysis has concluded that probation and parole violations amount to nearly half of admissions to state prisons. The majority of those violations were minor infractions.
Just four years ago, Platini was the powerful head of Europe's football association and was seen as the heir apparent to Sepp Blatter.
Nazir Zakka, a Lebanese citizen, was recently released from Iran's notorious Evin prison, where he served nearly four years.
President Trump filed official paperwork to run for a second term on Inauguration Day. Since then, he's held dozens of rallies, but his campaign says Tuesday's event in Florida will be "historic."
The announcement comes after Iran said it would surpass limits on its uranium stockpiles as set by a landmark international agreement. The Pentagon insisted it is not seeking a war with Iran.
The new rules ban discrimination based on a renter's "source of income."
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Summertime means wildfire season in California.
On Wednesday, a House Judiciary Committee will be holding hearings for a bill that would create a commission to study how slavery impacted its descendants, as well as possibilities for redress, including compensation.
Looking Back At The OJ Chase And Its Impact On LA’s Infatuation With Televised Police Pursuits 25 Years Later| June 18 2019, 9:10 AM
On the evening of June 17, 1994, approximately 190 million eyeballs were locked on their television screens watching an unbelievable scene unfold before their eyes.