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  • U.S. judge puts Arizona's 'revenge porn' bill on hold

    A U.S. judge on Wednesday put on hold enforcement of Arizona's "revenge porn" law that made it a felony to post online nude images of others without their consent, after a rights group said the measure was too broad and state attorneys agreed it should be...
  • Court upholds Costa Mesa's limits on long-term motel stays

    Court upholds Costa Mesa's limits on long-term motel stays
    Costa Mesa can, for now, keep enforcing an ordinance restricting long-term stays at motels, despite a legal challenge alleging that the regulations unfairly target low-income residents. Orange County Superior Court Judge Gregory Lewis denied a request...
  • Protests are largely peaceful in St. Louis, Ferguson

    ST. LOUIS People walked the sidewalks and filled the restaurants along South Grand Boulevard in St. Louis. National Guard soldiers mingled with town residents in Ferguson at the Ferguson Brewery. And international television crews posed for photos in...
  • Undeleted Emails Rock Education Lawsuit

    Undeleted Emails Rock Education Lawsuit
    What a highfalutin name the connivers at the Connecticut Coalition for Justice in Education Funding bestowed on themselves in their long quest to upend democracy and choices across the state. The mask slipped in a court filing this month and what it...
  • Pakistan's Musharraf now seems likely to escape treason prosecution

    ISLAMABAD The treason trial of Pakistan's former military strongman, Pervez Musharraf, could drag on indefinitely after the court hearing the case ruled last week that he was not solely responsible for the illegal imposition of a state of emergency in...
  • 2 allegedly planned to bomb Gateway Arch, kill local prosecutor and police chief

    ST. LOUIS Two men indicted last week on federal weapons charges allegedly had plans to bomb the Gateway Arch and to kill St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch and Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson. Sources close to the investigation said...
  • Mexico president vows police reform in bid to quell massacre anger

    Mexico president vows police reform in bid to quell massacre anger
    Embattled President Enrique Pena Nieto on Thursday vowed to simplify Mexico's chaotic police structure and stop collusion between officials and drug gangs as he tried to defuse anger over the apparent massacre of 43 students in September. Pena Nieto is...
  • Two men indicted on weapons charges allegedly planned to bomb Gateway Arch

    ST. LOUIS Two men indicted last week on federal weapons charges allegedly had plans to bomb the Gateway Arch and to kill St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert McCulloch and Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has learned....
  • Convicted Texas murderer featured in 'Bernie' film gets sentencing hearing

    A former mortician serving a lifesentence for murdering an elderly East Texas woman in a casethat inspired the 2011 film "Bernie" will receive a newpunishment hearing, a state appeals court ruled on Wednesday. Bernie Tiede, 56, was ordered released...
  • Charges reinstated against Park Ridge cop accused of off-duty beatings

    In the eight years since allegations he beat two teenagers for shattering a window on his personal car, Jason Leavitt has gone from a lieutenant to a commander for Park Ridge police. But Leavitt, 43, finds himself once again stripped of his police...
  • Scott Fowler: Jeff Taylor's apology is a start

    Jeff Taylor really messed up a couple of months ago in Michigan. He drank heavily. He shoved a woman. He punched a hole in a hotel wall. He was belligerent and uncooperative when the cops showed up. The Charlotte Hornet reserve forward admitted to all...