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Could an Ex-Convict Become an Attorney? I Intended to Find Out
A recent graduate of Yale Law School, I was a certified legal intern on a fellowship in the New Haven public ... mercy from a judge whose reasons I cannot begin to divine. But what do you do with a se... read more
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez kiss in Norway
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have sparked ... according to a new report. The couple split late last year, but rumors that the relationship is back on emerged last month when Bieber paid a visit to G... read more
What Happened to the Houston Astros' Hacker?
He began to shrink inside his prison-issued dark green uniform, losing 35 pounds off his 5'11 ... second-highest level. It is surrounded by razor wire; it is violent; many of its 950 or so inmates mak... read more
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Things to do in Morgan County
The event will feature exhibits on city utility services, chances to win utility gift certificates and other useful information. For the safety of customers, the drive-through window for the Utility B... read more
Rummage, bake sale planned
WAYNE TWP. – Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will a... read more
2 New Court Decisions Are Quietly Eliminating Californians’ Second Amendment Rights
Just as the First Amendment was the uniform law of the land across the nation, the theory went, the Second Amendment would be as well. But, alas, that was not political reality. California judges, esp... read more
Oakland religious leaders urge city council to reject plan to export coal
A mile away from the Oakland Army base on Monday night, Reverend Ken Chambers and Reverend Will Scott welcomed a small group of people to West Side Missionary Baptist Church, including pastors from di... read more
Weekly Commentary: Portending An Interesting Q4
As I chronicle history's greatest financial bubble, I'll take note of this week's developments in the Judge ... the second quarter." September 26 - Reuters (Lucia Mutikani): "Sales of new U.S ... read more
About those immigrants Trump referred to as 'animals'
Protesters fighting to save net neutrality rally outside a Verizon store on Market Street in San Francisco on Dec ... abruptly had canceled a high-level meeting with South Korean officials – and might ... read more
New Bill Seeks To Deter San Francisco Vehicle Break-Ins
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF ... “If we begin to take fingerprints, if we begin perhaps to, dare I say, like in similar jurisdictions where we actually do DNA work around property crimes, so we can tie the p... read more
Ninth Circuit: Second Amendment Secures Right to Carry Guns in Public
with Judge Robert Clifton dissenting) that the Second Amendment secures a right to carry guns openly in public places. Though the Ninth Circuit had earlier resolved in Peruta v. County of San Diego (e... read more
How much retirement savings do you really need?
With the recession and a staggering number of people out of work, saving for retirement can seem like a daunting task. But putting away money for your golden years is essential to leading a happy and ... read more