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  • US to seek stay of ruling on Obama immigration action

    The government will seek a stay of a judge's decision that has temporarily blocked President Barack Obama's action to protect millions of immigrants from deportation, the White House said Friday. The Justice Department paperwork will be filed with a...
  • Justice Department to seek stay of ruling on Obama immigration action

    The government will seek a stay of a judge's decision that has temporarily blocked President Barack Obama's action to protect millions of immigrants from deportation, the White House said Friday. The Justice Department paperwork will be filed with a...
  • Baltimore police want to pair officers with mental health professionals

    Baltimore police want to pair officers with mental health professionals
    Baltimore's police commissioner wants to team mental health professionals with police officers and deploy them on emergency calls involving disturbed individuals to calm tense situations and decrease the need to use force. "Having an officer and a...
  • Ferguson officials: No word on federal investigations

    Ferguson leaders said Thursday they haven't heard from the U.S. Department of Justice regarding two federal investigations, one into the shooting death of Michael Brown in August and the other into the practices of the city's police department. Earlier...
  • UCLA superbug: Maker of scopes in deadly outbreak under federal probe

    UCLA superbug: Maker of scopes in deadly outbreak under federal probe
    The manufacturer of the medical scopes at the center of a deadly bacterial outbreak at UCLA Medical Center is under investigation by federal officials for possible violations of laws that ban improper payments to doctors and other customers. Olympus...
  • Tribe threatens to grow pot if casino isn't allowed near Pensacola

    Tribe threatens to grow pot if casino isn't allowed near Pensacola
    PENSACOLA — A small, Alabama-based Indian tribe that wants to expand its casinos into the Sunshine State might adopt a hardball negotiating stance: Let us offer gambling in a few Florida locations, or we could consider growing and selling...
  • Florida might have to choose between casino and marijuana

    At a rural crossroads in northwest Florida, the state may encounter a tough choice in its ongoing debate over the future of gambling. It's here — amid mobile homes, cow pastures and cotton fields near the Alabama-Florida line — that a small,...
  • Colorado residents are first to ask feds to block legal pot

    Colorado already is being sued by two neighboring states for legalizing marijuana. Now, the state faces groundbreaking lawsuits from its own residents, who are asking a federal judge to order the new recreational industry to close. The owners of a...
  • Judge's ruling derails plans of immigrants seeking legal status

    Judge's ruling derails plans of immigrants seeking legal status
    For weeks, Marly Arevalo has had her school transcripts and birth certificate ready. The 20-year-old community college student in Riverdale, Maryland, who immigrated illegally to the U.S. as a young teenager, was all set to apply for deportation relief...
  • 'Superbug' outbreak raises questions about medical scope

    A "superbug" outbreak suspected in the deaths of two Los Angeles hospital patients is raising disturbing questions about the design of a hard-to-clean medical instrument used on more than half a million people in the U.S. every year. At least seven...
  • Judge rules against American Express in antitrust suit

    American Express violated U.S. antitrust laws by barring merchants from asking customers to use one credit card over another, a federal judge ruled Thursday. The case was a major blow to American Express, who argued that its policies kept it...