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  • Martin O'Malley warms up in Iowa for possible Democratic run in 2016

    The visit had all the trappings of a full-fledged presidential campaign: a speech at the state Democratic convention, a pep talk to door-knocking volunteers, breakfast with labor leaders, appearances alongside the party's candidate for governor. The...
  • Lawmakers seek new SIPC directors, help for Allen Stanford victims

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bipartisan group of lawmakers is urging President Barack Obama to nominate directors to an industry-backed organization who will help the victims in Allen Stanford's $7 billion scheme try to recover some of their losses. In a...
  • Canadian environment groups, natives challenge Enbridge pipeline

    VANCOUVER (Reuters) - A coalition of environmental groups launched a second legal challenge against Enbridge Inc's Northern Gateway crude oil pipeline on Friday, asking a Canadian court to quash federal approval that they say was based on a flawed report....
  • Orange County Corrections makes policy changes after hospital attack

    Orange County Corrections makes policy changes after hospital attack
    Days after an Orange County Corrections Department officer was attacked by an inmate at a hospital, the department said Friday it was making some policy changes. Spokeswoman Carrie Proudfit declined to get into details, but said officials have...
  • Argentines, bond holdouts emerge from NY meeting, no resolution

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Argentine officials and the holdout investors it has battled for years over its catastrophic 2002 default met separately with a court-appointed mediator on Friday, emerging after five hours of discussions without a resolution. This...
  • California high court softens 'three strikes' law

    SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - California's highest court has softened implementation of the state's "three-strikes-and-you're-out" criminal sentencing law, marking the second time the rules for identifying and imprisoning career criminals have been...
  • Appeals Court Revises Ruling Over YouTube Posting of 'Innocence of Muslims' Video

    As Google and other Silicon Valley firms decry an appellate court ruling holding that an actress had a copyright interest in her performance, enough to force YouTube to remove an inflammatory "Innocence of Muslims" video, the judges who ruled for her...
  • Utah man arrested in bomb plot to cause uprising against government

    (Reuters) - A Utah man has been arrested in connection with a plot to blow up a police station, kill police officers and destroy infrastructure to delay an emergency response, authorities said. John Huggins, 47, believed that the plan, once carried out,...
  • Recollections of boy's short life haunt great aunt

    Recollections of boy's short life haunt great aunt
    Jayden Curtis didn't have much of a chance, his great-aunt Glenda Curtis said. The 21-month-old boy was found fatally beaten June 30 outside a Northeast Baltimore hotel. It took another 10 days before Baltimore police detectives announced who they...
  • Deputy D.A. talks about Drayman case

    Deputy D.A. talks about Drayman case
    The prosecutor in the trial against former Councilman John Drayman candidly opened up about the case Thursday night, calling him a bully who had a polarizing influence in Montrose that let him get away with embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from...
  • UCLA to pay $500,000 settlement in judge's police brutality claim

    UCLA to pay $500,000 settlement in judge's police brutality claim
    UCLA has agreed to pay $500,000, including $350,000 in scholarships, to settle a claim by a prominent African American judge over alleged mistreatment and racial profiling by campus police during a traffic stop last year, officials announced Friday. Los...