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  • Supreme Court limits police right to search cell phones

    Supreme Court limits police right to search cell phones
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that police officers usually need a warrant before they can search an arrested suspect's cellphone. The court said on a 9-0 vote in an opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts that the right of police to...
  • On this Independence Day, gay rights are on the march

    More than 1,300 legally married same-sex couples in Utah, where the Mormon Church is headquartered? Who would have thought it possible 10 or even five years ago? Marriage licenses issued to more than 500 gay and lesbian couples in the politically...
  • Arizona killer takes 2 hours to die, fueling lethal-injection debate

    A convicted murderer in Arizona gasped and snorted for more than 90 minutes after a lethal injection Wednesday, his attorneys and witnesses said, dying in a botched execution that prompted the governor to order an investigation and the state Supreme Court...
  • Florida should review death penalty: Front & Center

    Florida should review death penalty: Front & Center
    Recent bungled lethal-injection executions in Ohio, Oklahoma and Arizona have revived vociferous calls to abolish the practice. How might these incidents impact Florida's administration of the death penalty? For perspective, Sentinel editorial-...
  • Another botched execution [Editorial]

    Another botched execution  [Editorial]
    Arizona's execution this week of convicted double-murderer Joseph R. Wood III took so long that his attorneys had time to file another request for a stay and get a Supreme Court justice on the phone while it was going on. According to an Arizona...
  • Unite not divide: Our Take

    Unite not divide Speaker John Boehner and his Republican cohorts in the House of Representatives have approved a lawsuit that accuses the president of abusing his executive powers by using an executive order to delay the employer mandate in the...
  • A prescription for getting past the Hobby Lobby fight: Get rid of the 'meddle-man' and have employees buy their own insurance

    A prescription for getting past the Hobby Lobby fight: Get rid of the 'meddle-man' and have employees buy their own insurance
    41.8781136, -87.62979819999998 Get bosses out of the insurance business Maybe now, with righteousness and indignation on full boil as the nation debates the U.S. Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby ruling, we can recognize the wisdom of moving away from the...
  • What the Hobby Lobby ruling means to people of faith

    To the editor: Reading The Times' disagreement with the Supreme Court ruling, which said corporations like Hobby Lobby don't have to provide their employees with insurance that covers some contraceptives at no extra cost, made me wonder why it was not...
  • Protesters, patrons clash outside Burbank Hobby Lobby

    Protesters, patrons clash outside Burbank Hobby Lobby
    Between 20 and 30 protesters confronted shoppers walking into the new Hobby Lobby on Victory Boulevard in Burbank Friday morning, upset over a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision that allowed the company to exempt certain contraceptives from employees'...
  • Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage ruled unconstitutional

    Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage ruled unconstitutional
    The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday upheld a Norfolk federal judge's ruling striking down Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage — saying that "denying same-sex couples this choice prohibits them from participating fully in our society."...
  • Keeping Florida moving, Obama, and veterans: Letters

    Keeping Florida moving Faced with an ever-growing population, Florida's transportation agencies are working diligently to provide new mobility options to move motorists around our cities, so it should be no surprise that Florida tops a new White House...