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  • U.S. Supreme Court upholds Texas voter ID law

    U.S. Supreme Court upholds Texas voter ID law
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday denied a request to block a Texas law requiring residents to show certain forms of identification before they vote, a measure that supporters say prevents voter fraud but opponents decry as discriminatory. The move,...
  • High court action on Texas ID law shows mixed record on voting rights

    “There is no right more basic in our democracy than the right to participate in electing our political leaders,” Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. wrote in April. Roberts spoke then for the court’s conservative majority in striking down...
  • Lehigh Valley lawmakers urge limits on travel from Ebola areas

    Lehigh Valley lawmakers urge limits on travel from Ebola areas
    – Most Lehigh Valley federal lawmakers are joining a chorus of concerns about how federal officials are responding to the Ebola crisis, calling for restricting travel from the affected countries and better coordination among agencies. Republican...
  • Go paperless? Spare me the pain

    Go paperless? Spare me the pain
    Automatic bill payment. Paperless billing. Easy and secure online transaction. They make it sound so easy — until it gets so hard. Not that I'm bitter about spending last Saturday — a sun-kissed day on the eve of you-know-what's-coming...
  • Colombia niega entrada a personas que hayan visitado países africanos afectados por ébola

    Colombia niega entrada a personas que hayan visitado países africanos afectados por ébola
    BOGOTÁ - Colombia anunció que prohibirá el ingreso de todas las personas que durante el último mes hayan estado en Sierra Leona, Liberia, Guinea y Nigeria, para prevenir la entrada y expansión del virus del ébola en su territorio, convirtiéndose en el...
  • Out of foreclosure, Coral Springs mayor takes up fight for better banks

    Out of foreclosure, Coral Springs mayor takes up fight for better banks
    The city's mayor is out of foreclosure, and he said the experience was so awful he is now mulling becoming an activist. Last year, Citimortgage Inc. — the company Vince Boccard refinanced his mortgage with — filed for foreclosure. He said...
  • Review: 'Bad Paper' by Jake Halpern

    Review: 'Bad Paper' by Jake Halpern
    When a person stops paying his credit card bill, the lending bank has 180 days to collect on what is owed before it is required, by law, to "charge off" the account and file it as a loss. Soon afterward, the bank will sell the rights to collect on the...
  • Voter ID, Access Issues Create Divisions Among Secretary Of The State Candidates

    Voter ID, Access Issues Create Divisions  Among Secretary Of The State Candidates
    Key differences on voter issues separate the three candidates for Secretary of the State as they head into the Nov. 4 election hoping to emerge as the top election official in Connecticut. Secretary of the State Denise Merrill, a former Democratic...
  • Hackers breach Oregon job-seeker database, official says

    Hackers gained access to social security numbers and other sensitive information from up to around 850,000 Oregon job-seekers in a massive breach that began some time before Oct. 6, the state's employment department said on Tuesday. The security flaw...
  • Texas' voter ID law is reinstated as November election nears

    Texas’ voter identification law was back in force Tuesday in time for the November election as a federal appeals court lifted a lower court's injunction. A federal judge struck down the law last week on the grounds that it violated the...
  • Downers Grove residents warned about phone scams

    Downers Grove residents warned about phone scams
    Two Downers Grove residents reported receiving harassing phone calls, one consistent with a Microsoft phone scam making the rounds in the area. The first call occurred Sept. 15, according to police reports. A woman reported that an unknown man called...