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  • Voters are told to hold everything - yes, everything - at some polling places

    Voters are told to hold everything - yes, everything - at some polling places
    Broward and Palm Beach County voters can rest easy. Elections supervisors in the two counties say they won’t implement the restroom ban imposed by Miami-Dade County. In the state’s most populous county, voters who need to go while waiting to...
  • Comcast and Time Warner Cable execs grilled by lawmakers

    Senior executives from Comcast and Time Warner Cable were grilled for more than three hours Wednesday about their proposed merger by a mostly skeptical Senate Judiciary Committee concerned that the more than $40-billion deal would be bad for consumers and...
  • What's behind Albuquerque police shooting protest and cyber attack?

    What started as a peaceful protest over Albuquerque police involvement in a series of fatal shootings escalated into what the mayor called “mayhem” as cops and demonstrators clashed on Sunday. While tensions have been building for a while in...
  • Ex-Fullerton cop wants immunity in Kelly Thomas beating

    One of the former Fullerton police officers acquitted in the beating death of Kelly Thomas now wants immunity from possible federal prosecution before he speaks with lawyers in a pending wrongful-death suit. Manuel Ramos, a former city patrolman who was...
  • 'Pattern' of problems seen in GM cars, but regulators declined to act

    'Pattern' of problems seen in GM cars, but regulators declined to act
    WASHINGTON — Federal regulators twice declined to investigate faulty ignition switches in General Motors Co. cars that led to 13 deaths — even though one official found "a pattern" of problems, according to a new congressional report. The...
  • States scramble to stop illegal gambling at Internet sweepstakes cafes

    WASHINGTON Many Internet cafes that have popped up in suburban strip malls and gas stations offer something more than coffee and access to the Web and email. Known as Internet sweepstakes cafes, they sell time on computers that can have the look, sound...
  • Baltimore center helping to heal the youngest victims of abuse

    Baltimore center helping to heal the youngest victims of abuse
    Maryland's own Sugar Ray Leonard is perhaps best known as a baby-faced Olympic gold medalist and champion prize fighter with a winning smile. Yet for decades, the world-renowned boxer suppressed a devastating secret: Leonard had been sexually abused as a...
  • With friends in government, Motorola beats a path to telecom supremacy

    WASHINGTON At the eastern end of the San Francisco Bay Area, Sheriff Warren Rupf of Contra Costa County and cigar-chomping Sheriff Charlie Plummer of neighboring Alameda County were political powerhouses seemingly locked in an endless duel of one-...
  • After Motorola parlays Katrina's devastation into telecom riches, new Mississippi system lies fallow

    JACKSON, Miss. Mississippi's governor fought back hard from one of Hurricane Katrina's more exasperating blows a knockout punch to emergency radio systems that forced rescue workers along parts of the Gulf Coast to communicate with hand-carried notes....
  • House panel to hold hearings on ATF storefront operations in Milwaukee

    MILWAUKEE A powerful congressional oversight committee will hold a hearing next week on problems in the ATF's undercover storefront operations in Milwaukee and across the country, as scrutiny of into agency tactics intensifies. The full U.S. House...
  • Facebook rapper seeks Supreme Court appeal in threats case

    As Anthony Elonis' life crashed down around him in 2010, he went to Facebook to post his fantasies of unspeakable violence toward his estranged wife, former co-workers at Dorney Park, law enforcement and school children. Those posts, some written in...