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  • 'Ferguson October' rally highlights divide among St. Louis activists

    'Ferguson October' rally highlights divide among St. Louis activists
    A raucous “Ferguson October” crowd turned a mass protest service on its head Sunday night, heckling the president of the NAACP and successfully demanding that young demonstrators get a place on stage to address an audience of hundreds....
  • Some Guantanamo hunger strikers get special treatment, detainee argues

    WASHINGTON Six Guantanamo captives who've been on hunger strike since 2007 got comfy seats this year, communal forced-feedings and television distraction as a way to get them to stop their food protest at the Pentagon prison, it was revealed at federal...
  • Federal review of Baltimore police brutality to be 'candid,' official says

    Federal review of Baltimore police brutality to be 'candid,' official says
    A U.S. Department of Justice official promised Wednesday that his agency's months-long investigation of police brutality in Baltimore would be a "candid" assessment, and federal lawmakers threw their support behind the probe. Ronald L. Davis, director...
  • Foreign official gives up Malibu home in federal 'kleptocracy' probe

    Foreign official gives up Malibu home in federal 'kleptocracy' probe
    The west African nation of Equatorial Guinea ranks among the world's most impoverished places, but oil and gas deposits over the last two decades have led to extensive wealth, corruption and, in at least one case that became public Friday, the high life...
  • Analysis: NCAA faces critical decisions in ever-changing landscape of college sports

    WASHINGTON For decades, the National Collegiate Athletic Association aspired to be a part of the American identity. It was football tailgates, March Madness and healthy all-American sports competition that often gave kids a shot at college who wouldn't...
  • Texas AG seeks clarification of voter ID ruling

    AUSTIN, Texas With early voting a little more than a week away, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott sought clarification Friday from the federal judge who declared the state's voter identification law to be unconstitutional. Abbott said that the 147-...
  • Nursing home chain to pay $38 million in US settlement

    MILWAUKEE Extendicare Health Services Inc. has agreed to pay $38 million to the federal government and eight states to settle allegations that it improperly billed Medicare and Medicaid. The Milwaukee nursing home chain and a subsidiary allegedly...
  • City leaders call on new officers to help change police department

    City leaders call on new officers to help change police department
    As city leaders welcomed the newest class of police officers to the force Friday, they called on graduates to help change the culture of a department that has come under scrutiny for brutality. "You have a responsibility to carry that badge in the...
  • Where's the accountability? [Commentary]

    Where's the accountability? [Commentary]
    Among the many repugnant aspects of the news that Baltimore has spent millions to settle charges of police brutality and civil rights violations, this may be the most troublesome: A clause in the city's settlement agreements prohibits victims from...
  • Dogs in grocery stores: Legal or not?

    Dogs in grocery stores: Legal or not?
    Dave recently stopped by a Ralphs supermarket in Marina del Rey. He saw another customer bring a dog inside. A week earlier, Dave says, he saw a dog inside a Pavilions supermarket. He also saw one in a Walgreens drugstore. He asks: "Is a dog allowed...
  • Two Valley nursing homes part of $38 million fraud settlement

    Two Valley nursing homes part of $38 million fraud settlement
    Two local nursing homes are accused of subjecting patients to "medically unnecessary" and unreasonable rehabilitation services in order to boost Medicare reimbursements as part of a $38 million False Claims Act settlement announced Friday by the U.S....