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  • Martin Kampmann looks to avoid judges in rematch with Carlos Condit

    On April Fools’ Day of 2009, Martin Kampmann and Carlos Condit stood in the middle of the cage enduring the longest moments for an MMA fighter. After spending 15 competitive minutes trying to knock out or submit their opponent, all they could do now...
  • Why, and to whom, Chicago's losing foreclosure fight matters

    Why, and to whom, Chicago's losing foreclosure fight matters
    Chicago’s efforts to deal with the waves of foreclosures that have battered it the past five years took a blow Friday, when a federal judge ruled that properties  backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac do not have to follow the city’s vacant...
  • Gerald Ford's testimony on 1975 assassination attempt: 'The weapon was large'

    Gerald Ford's testimony on 1975 assassination attempt: 'The weapon was large'
    A videotape in which President Gerald Ford discussed a 1975 assassination attempt by a follower of Charles Manson was made public this week. "It fills in the last gap of the case and explains from the president's perspective what it was like to have...
  • O'Mara: George Zimmerman will ask state to cover $200K-$300K of his legal bills

    O'Mara: George Zimmerman will ask state to cover $200K-$300K of his legal bills
    George Zimmerman, the Neighborhood Watch volunteer who killed Trayvon Martin, plans to ask the state of Florida to cover $200,000 to $300,000 of his legal expenses, his attorney told the Orlando Sentinel Monday evening. Because Zimmerman was acquitted,...
  • PEN announces winners of its 2013 awards

    A 688-page debut novel and a nonfiction book that has already racked up a shelf of prizes, including the National Book Award, led the PEN 2013 Awards, which were announced Wednesday. Sergio de la Pava's novel, "A Naked Singularity," will be awarded...
  • View from on high: a memory of the March

    View from on high: a memory of the March
    In the spring of 1963, when I was a student at the U.S. Army's Judge Advocate General Corps School in Charlottesville, Va., the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. came to town to speak to the student body of the University of Virginia. At the time, my brother,...
  • Las Vegas: Never-opened Harmon Hotel can be demolished, judge rules

    Las Vegas: Never-opened Harmon Hotel can be demolished, judge rules
    The Harmon Hotel, which was to have been one of CityCenter’s lodging choices when the complex opened almost four years ago, can be demolished, a judge has ruled. It’s unclear what will happen to the prime piece of real estate on which the...
  • Supervisors call for federal lawmakers to update Voting Rights Act

    Supervisors call for federal lawmakers to update Voting Rights Act
    Reacting to a Supreme Court ruling that struck down part of the Voting Rights Act, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution Tuesday urging federal leaders to pass legislation to update the act so that it protects voters from...
  • Jose Baez amazed by outrage at Casey Anthony

    Jose Baez amazed by outrage at Casey Anthony
    The paperback version of Jose Baez's "Presumed Guilty" went on sale Tuesday, and his views about the Casey Anthony trial are likely to stir discussion. "It still amazes me that so many people remain so outraged at her acquittal," Baez writes in a new...
  • FilmOn X, Rival to Aereo, Argues to Appellate Court That Its "Innovation" Is Legal

    As the broadcast networks have so far tried and failed to shut down Aereo in east coast federal courts, they have had success in curbing a similar startup in the west. The latest chapter came on Tuesday, as Beverly Hills-based FilmOn X sought to overturn...
  • Looming debt-ceiling fight complicates government shutdown

    Looming debt-ceiling fight complicates government shutdown
    You could see this one coming. Politico reported late Tuesday that congressional leaders are starting to talk about two fiscal crises merging in the days ahead. Federal agencies have partially shut down because House Republicans refuse to pass a bill to...