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  • Sacramento-area rampage suspects charged with murder, attempted murder

    Sacramento-area rampage suspects charged with murder, attempted murder
    A man accused of killing two sheriff’s deputies and wounding another also stole a deputy’s squad car and shotgun during a crime spree in Northern California, according to a complaint filed by Sacramento County prosecutors Tuesday. In the 14-...
  • Film Review: 'The Joe Show'

    Presiding over Arizona's largest county since 1992, Joe Arpaio has been called "the P.T. Barnum of sheriffs" by Larry King -- a fairly neutral statement compared with the fulminations laid at his doorstep by innumerable more fervent admirers and...
  • Arizona town protests arrival of immigrant children

    Arizona town protests arrival of immigrant children
    ORACLE Ariz.  - Waving U.S. flags and playing patriotic music, dozens of people protested in southern Arizona on Tuesday against the arrival of undocumented immigrant children for processing at a center near the border before being sent home. In a scene...
  • Court blocks Arizona on immigrant driver's licenses; Dreamers rejoice

     Court blocks Arizona on immigrant driver's licenses; Dreamers rejoice
    In a sharply worded opinion, a federal appellate panel struck down an Arizona policy that prohibits young immigrants known as Dreamers from getting driver’s licenses. The case has been closely watched since it pits the Obama administration’s...
  • Investigation Discovery Expands Docu Push with 3 New Titles

    Coming off of a ratings bounce from its documentary premiere "OJ: Trial of a Century," Investigation Discovery is diving deeper into longform docs with three new titles on tap: "A Question of Innocence," "The Joe Show" and "Hate in America." Each of...
  • Immigration crisis at the forefront, Rick Perry seeks a revival

    Immigration crisis at the forefront, Rick Perry seeks a revival
    Second act, anyone? Amid the imagery and policy tussling Wednesday over the border immigration crisis, there was this delicious irony: The issue that confounded Rick Perry more than any other when he sought the presidency in 2012 has now given him a...
  • In Alaska Senate race, Republicans rally around Republicans

    In Alaska Senate race, Republicans rally around Republicans
    The final days in the race for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate offered some only-in-Alaska moments, as when the three major candidates were asked in a debate about whether they'd eaten salmon in the last week. Tea party candidate Joe Miller:...
  • The lawless sheriffs of Maryland

    The lawless sheriffs of Maryland
    From Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Maricopa County, Ariz., to Garrett County Sheriff Robert Corley, a handful of law enforcement officials across the country have garnered national media attention by putting politics in front of law enforcement and ignoring...
  • Maryland's 'lawless sheriffs' are upholding our constitutional rights

    Maryland's 'lawless sheriffs' are upholding our constitutional rights
    State Del. Jon S. Cardin's recent commentary on Garrett County Sheriff Robert Corley is full of half truths and lies ("The lawless sheriffs of Maryland," June 17). Arizona's Sheriff Joe Arpaio is not a laughingstock, and I challenge Delegate Cardin to...
  • Kevin James grilled during City Hall confirmation session

    Kevin James grilled during City Hall confirmation session
    After being grilled about controversial past statements on immigration and climate change, former mayoral candidate Kevin James was confirmed as a new appointee to the Los Angeles Board of Public Works by the City Council. The council voted 11-0 on...
  • Frederick County officials still see role in enforcing immigration laws

    Frederick County officials still see role in enforcing immigration laws
    Even as immigrant advocates applauded a federal court ruling that limits local efforts to target people in the country illegally, some Frederick County officials insisted that they should continue to play a role in deporting them. The 4th U.S. Circuit...