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  • When judges mouth off outside the courtroom

    When judges mouth off outside the courtroom
    Supporters of photo ID requirements for voters are fond of noting that the Supreme Court upheld Indiana’s ID law in a 2007 decision written by the then-dean of the court’s liberal wing, Justice John Paul Stevens. Now critics of voter ID laws,...
  • Mizeur rebukes Gansler for teen drinking comments

    Mizeur rebukes Gansler for teen drinking comments
    Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's comments about how parents of daughters may respond differently to underage drinking drew a sharp rebuke Monday from a political rival.  Del. Heather Mizeur, like Gansler a Democrat from Montgomery County,...
  • Was U.S. wrong to spy on allies?

    Was U.S. wrong to spy on allies?
    According to news reports based on leaks from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the United States has been spying on allies, including Germany, Spain, France and Brazil. The spying reportedly has gone as far as monitoring the cellphone of German...
  • Embrace of immigration reform eases path for California Republicans

    Embrace of immigration reform eases path for California Republicans
    Two Republican congressmen from California have reiterated their support for immigration reform in recent days. Expect that to continue, if there is to be a GOP presence in most of California down the road. Rep. Jeff Denham of Turlock signed on over the...
  • Gansler, Brown clash over domestic violence proposals

    Gansler, Brown clash over domestic violence proposals
    An attempt by Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler to pivot from character concerns to issues in the increasingly nasty gubernatorial contest yielded more vitriol Tuesday as Gansler accused a rival, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, of putting politics ahead of...
  • Chris Brown released, charge reduced to misdemeanor

    Chris Brown released, charge reduced to misdemeanor
    Chris Brown had a felony assault charge reduced to a misdemeanor in a Washington, D.C., court on Monday before being released on his own recognizance. The singer did not enter a plea when he appeared before a judge at D.C. Superior Court following a...
  • Chris Brown heads to rehab

    Chris Brown heads to rehab
    Following an arrest and facing a charge for misdemeanor assault, Chris Brown has elected to enter a rehab facility, a rep for the singer told The Times late Tuesday. "His goal is to gain focus and insight into his past and recent behavior, enabling...
  • Report: Daniel Snyder, Roger Goodell to discuss Redskins name Tuesday

    Report: Daniel Snyder, Roger Goodell to discuss Redskins name Tuesday
    Before the NFL's scheduled meeting with a Native American group later this week, Commissioner Roger Goodell plans to meet with Washington team owner Daniel Snyder to discuss the Redskins nickname, the Washington Post is reporting. A person familiar with...
  • Amy Tan on 'The Valley of Amazement'

    Amy Tan on 'The Valley of Amazement'
    Since her hugely popular fictional debut, “The Joy Luck Club” (1989), Amy Tan has devoted her career to telling the stories of Chinese and Chinese-American women — in particular mothers and daughters — in novels that include...
  • NSA reportedly collecting data secretly from Google, Yahoo

    NSA reportedly collecting data secretly from Google, Yahoo
    WASHINGTON -- The National Security Agency has been secretly collecting Internet data -- almost certainly including American email traffic -- as it transits to Google and Yahoo servers abroad, according to the latest disclosure from former NSA...
  • Want to fight salmonella? Don't eat chickens.

    Everyone knows that squalor -- the kind most of the chickens people eat suffer before being slaughtered -- is a paradise for pathogens like salmonella. Disease microbes thrive in densely populated, dank, sunless places. To minimize the spread of...