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  • Elgin exempts current employees from new pension law

     
    Elgin officials voted to exempt current employees from a change in pension payouts that could cost the city more money – even if officials say …...
  • Right Makes Might

     
    How a dogged civil-rights lawyer, an ex-gangster and a risk-taking LAPD captain helped skirt a Rodney King riot repeat...
  • Egyptians raid offices of NGOs, including U.S.-based groups

     
    Egyptian security forces stormed the offices of 17 nongovernmental organizations, including three U.S.-based agencies, as part of crackdown on foreign assistance that has drawn criticism from the West and threatened human rights and pro-democracy...
  • RIM sued over use of BBM name by BBM Canada

     
    Research In Motion is facing a new lawsuit for its use of BBM as a name for its BlackBerry Messenger service by a Canadian radio and TV industry group known as BBM Canada....
  • 2011 tests residents’ grit

     
    The past year tested the grit of residents and villages still trying to recuperate from the economic downturn that determined the course of the previous …...
  • Judge bashers

     
    Newt Gingrich has been roundly and rightly criticized for his over the top attacks on the federal judiciary. He has said presidents should be able to ignore some judicial decisions; Congress and the president should be able abolish the courts that issue...
  • Frank McCourt's spinning Dodgers wheels got to go 'round

     
    The U.S. District Court has issued a stay on Frank McCourt selling a TV media rights deal in conjunction with selling the team, not that it will ultimately matter to anyone but him and Fox....
  • Disbarred attorney gets 70 months in fraud

     
    A former Newport Beach attorney who was convicted last year in an investment fraud case has been sentenced to 70 months in prison. Gerald M. Shaw was indicted in 2007 on federal fraud and money laundering charges for a scheme in which he and another man...
  • U.S. hard line on Iran has its roots in a surprising source

     
    The Obama administration is minimizing as saber-rattling threats from Iran to close the Strait of Hormuz, although Washington has made it clear that blocking the strait would be an act of war. Chief Pentagon spokesman George Little said Wednesday that.......
  • Fox granted stay; Dodgers can't sell TV rights for now

     
    The Dodgers must immediately halt their sale of the team's television rights, a U.S. District Court judge ruled Friday. In granting to Fox Sports a stay of a U.S. Bankruptcy Court decision that permitted the Dodgers to shop their television......
  • The Morning Fix: Legendary East goes south; year-end box office

     
    The Skinny: It's the last work day of 2011, but I'm resisting the urge to bring you a "best of The Morning Fix." Although I kind of wish I had the time to put together a list of regular Fixer......