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  • Border Patrol needs to crack down on internal corruption, report says

    Border Patrol needs to crack down on internal corruption, report says
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the nation's largest law enforcement agency, is vulnerable to “systematic corruption” by drug cartels, smugglers and other criminals, and investigations of its internal abuses are “chronically slow,&...
  • Requesting emails from McKinney, Texas, police? That'll be $79,000, please

    Requesting emails from McKinney, Texas, police? That'll be $79,000, please
    Public information document requests often cost money: $10 here for some photocopied documents, $50 there for an additional few hundred pages. But it came as a shock to Gawker Media writer Andy Cush when the Texas city of McKinney -- where that white...
  • Federal grand jury now probing alleged courthouse tampering in O.C.

    Federal grand jury now probing alleged courthouse tampering in O.C.
    A federal grand jury will begin hearing testimony next month from dozens of people who allegedly paid to have drunk driving and other traffic-related violations "fixed" by a clerk. The grand jury hearings are part of a probe by an Orange County...
  • California settles the vaccination question

     California settles the vaccination question
    Congratulations, California. With Gov. Jerry Brown's swift signature Tuesday on a tough new mandatory vaccination bill, the state has established itself as a national leader on public health. Of course, it will take some years for reality to catch up with...
  • Report: Border Patrol should add 350 internal investigators

    Customs and Border Protection should more than double its ranks of internal affairs investigators, an advisory panel has recommended in a report sent to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson. The panel recommended in a draft report that CBP add 350...
  • Clock is ticking on California's lethal injection question

    Clock is ticking on California's lethal injection question
    One of the silver linings of Monday's Supreme Court ruling in Glossip vs. Gross, which upheld Oklahoma's objectionable three-drug execution protocol, was a compelling dissent by Justice Stephen G. Breyer arguing that it is "highly likely that the death...
  • Why the 'Take Down Your Flag' songwriter was willing to be rude after Charleston shooting

    Why the 'Take Down Your Flag'  songwriter was willing to be rude after Charleston shooting
    After the killings of nine black church members by a white gunman in Charleston, S.C., folk singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey tried to make sense of the massacre by talking about the event with other musicians. Two days after the shooting at Emanuel...
  • Jenn and Tonic: How to make a Rock-It Pop cocktail at an '80s speakeasy

    Jenn and Tonic: How to make a Rock-It Pop cocktail at an '80s speakeasy
    The cocktail scene in Los Angeles is booming. There are new bars opening every month — sometimes every week — in trendy rooftops and backrooms. Cocktail menus are loaded with some of the freshest, rarest and most thoughtful ingredients from...
  • Sugary drinks linked to 25,000 deaths in the U.S. each year

    Sugary drinks linked to 25,000 deaths in the U.S. each year
    By contributing to obesity and, through that, to diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer, the consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks appears to claim the lives of about 25,000 American adults yearly and is linked worldwide to the deaths of 180,000 each...
  • 'Leap second': Why June 30 will have one extra second

    'Leap second': Why June 30 will have one extra second
    On June 30, the world will receive a gift of time: a single, extra second known as a "leap second." At that moment, the official atomic clocks that keep Universal Coordinated Time will mark the time as 23h 59m 59s, followed by the leap second 23h 59m...
  • Griffith 'renaissance' brings eclectic shops downtown

    In the market for a mounted zebra head? An AR-15 assault rifle? A bag of popcorn that tastes like cinnamon rolls? A haircut from a former reality show star? You're in luck. All of these can be found in downtown Griffith. Siblings Gabe and Kate Mauch co-...