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  • U.S. Attorney General Holder: 'No letting up' on civil rights

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - One day after announcing plans to step down, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder vowed to continue pressing civil rights issues during the rest of his term, including efforts to overturn laws in some states that he has argued create...
  • For Obama, Holder exit leaves void on civil rights issues

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The departure of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder deprives the Obama administration of a powerful voice on civil rights at a time when riots in Ferguson, Missouri, have thrust the issue into the spotlight. Civil rights advocates...
  • No on Proposition 46 campaign tries to start a hacker panic

    Even by the political world's low standards of truthiness, a new commercial being aired by the No on Proposition 46 campaign is jaw-droppingly deceptive. The proposition would make three major changes in the laws related to the practice of medicine in...
  • L.A. Unified alerted to possible sexual misconduct by Berndt in 1983

    L.A. Unified alerted to possible sexual misconduct by Berndt in 1983
    In 1983, a South Los Angeles elementary school principal received a call about one of his teachers, a 32-year-old just a few years on the job. On a student field trip to a museum, Mark Berndt had dropped his pants, a parent complained. The principal...
  • Recess, sewer hookups, and speeder: Letters

    Recess, sewer hookups, and speeder: Letters
    The case for recess How sad that some elementary-school principals find no value in recess for young students. For centuries, the notion that a healthy body is necessary for a healthy mind has been accepted by most educated people. The ancient...
  • LAUSD knew of misconduct by Miramonte teacher in 1983, records show

    LAUSD knew of misconduct by Miramonte teacher in 1983, records show
    The Los Angeles Unified School District had received complaints of inappropriate behavior by a Miramonte Elementary School teacher nearly three decades before he was arrested for lewd acts against children, according to court documents. The documents...
  • ACLU sues over immigrant's detention under Arizona immigration law

    ACLU sues over immigrant's detention under Arizona immigration law
    PHOENIX - A civil rights group filed a federal lawsuit on Thursday alleging sheriff's deputies unlawfully arrested and detained an immigrant following a 2012 traffic stop under Arizona's controversial anti-immigration law. Lawyers for the American...
  • Purple cowboy boots help nab men who impersonated deputies

    Purple cowboy boots help nab men who impersonated deputies
    A pair of purple cowboy boots helped lead to the arrest of two men Osceola County Sheriff's Deputies say were impersonating law enforcement. Colbey Parsons, 35, and George Tribble, 43, allegedly approached a man near Richardson's Fish Camp on Lake...
  • For National Passport Awareness month, some info on 10-year rule

     For National Passport Awareness month, some info on 10-year rule
    September is National Passport Awareness month, so this might be a good time to look at this gold standard of identification, especially if your book is 9 years old. But wait. Isn't a passport good for 10? Yes. And no. You've seen passports change...
  • U.S. eager to forget about new India premier's 2005 visa denial

    When President Obama hosts new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for dinner at the White House next week, the leaders will have a long list of issues to discuss: trade disagreements, China's rise, nuclear policy and counter-terrorism, among others....
  • LAX unveils passport-scanning kiosks to speed international travelers

    LAX unveils passport-scanning kiosks to speed international travelers
    Much the way some supermarket shoppers go through a self-service checkout line, foreign travelers arriving at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday began passing through automated kiosks that scanned their passports and customs declarations....