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  • Notes and notables

    Back it up Andrew Shannon got a traffic ticket and called for an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice. In a way, that's an oversimplification. In a way, it's not. Mr. Shannon, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference's...
  • Department of Justice probes major theater chains over antitrust claims

    Department of Justice probes major theater chains over antitrust claims
    The Department of Justice's antitrust division has ramped up its probe into whether the nation's largest theater chains are violating federal law by preventing smaller rivals from playing movies at the same time, two people familiar with the matter said. ...
  • Man indicted in US for drug deal elected senator in Nigeria

    A man indicted in the United States for allegedly smuggling heroin, in a case that was the basis for the TV hit "Orange Is The New Black," has been elected a senator in Nigeria. Buruji Kashamu was little known before he returned home in 2003 from...
  • Pesticide that hurt 4 in Virgin Islands also in Puerto Rico

    A federal investigation into the recent sickening with a toxic pesticide of a U.S. family vacationing in the Virgin Islands found that the chemical has also been improperly used in Puerto Rico, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday....
  • Georgia Gov. Deal signs medical marijuana bill into law

    To the squeals of sick children and thunderous applause from their parents, an emotional Gov. Nathan Deal signed legislation Thursday that immediately legalizes the use of medical marijuana in Georgia to treat eight serious medical conditions. House Bill...
  • Father of school shooter pleads not guilty to gun charge

    The father of the Washington teenager who fatally shot four high school classmates and then himself in October pleaded not guilty in federal court to illegally possessing the gun used in the slayings. Raymond Lee Fryberg Jr., who was arraigned Thursday,...
  • Court skeptical of challenge to Obama's climate change plan

    Two out of three judges on a federal appeals court panel expressed doubts Thursday about a legal challenge to the Obama administration's far-reaching plan to address climate change. The comments came during nearly two hours of argument before the U.S....
  • Obama says Cuba has agreed to address cases of US fugitives

    Cuba has agreed to work on resolving the cases of U.S. fugitives harboring from justice on the island as part of the effort to normalize relations between the two nations, President Barack Obama told lawmakers as he made the case for removing the former...
  • Your money or your life: Many cancer patients face painful choice

    DALLAS Kim Harris approached the communion rail at Zion Lutheran Church with a vial of pills in his hand. The thin, dying man and the Rev. Robert Preece were alone in the sanctuary. They had met many times this way the 62-year-old cancer patient...
  • EU alleges Google's abuses hurt consumers, innovation

    The European Union's escalating legal attack on Google is likely to ignite a debate about whether the Internet search leader makes life more convenient for consumers or abuses its power to squeeze out rivals who might have something better to offer....
  • Baltimore meeting on police brutality moved to handle bigger crowd

    Baltimore meeting on police brutality moved to handle bigger crowd
    To accommodate a bigger crowd, the U.S. Justice Department has changed the location of Thursday evening's town hall meeting about alleged misconduct within the Baltimore Police Department. The meeting at Coppin State University will now be held at the...