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  • It's A Gray Area: It's time to take back America's moral high ground

    President Obama has recently renewed his plans to try to close our military prison at Guantanamo, Cuba, and has also promulgated new guidelines for our government's use of drones to assassinate people in places like Pakistan, Afghanistan and Yemen....
  • Some feel vindicated by Feds' accusation of racial bias by deputies

    Some feel vindicated by Feds' accusation of racial bias by deputies
    A U.S. Justice Department investigation that found Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies harassed and intimidated blacks, Latinos and other residents in the Antelope Valley was met with cheers from some activists. But the Sheriff's Department and...
  • L.A. Now Live: $12.5 million for victims of racial harassment?

    L.A. Now Live: $12.5 million for victims of racial harassment?
    U.S. Department of Justice officials have demanded that Los Angeles County, Lancaster and Palmdale pay a total of $12.5 million to residents who the federal government found were victims of harassment and intimidation in the Antelope Valley. Times...
  • U.S. orders $12.5-million payment to victims of racial harassment

    U.S. orders $12.5-million payment to victims of racial harassment
    Los Angeles County, Lancaster and Palmdale should pay $12.5 million to residents who the federal government says were victims of harassment and intimidation in the Antelope Valley, the U.S. Justice Department said. The demand coincides with last week'...
  • Blacks, Latinos laud racial-bias payment demand in Antelope Valley

    Civil rights leaders in the Antelope Valley demanded reforms from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday, claiming racially biased policing has left residents living in fear. The U.S. Department of Justice last week found that local...
  • Newport makes history ... again

    Newport makes history ... again
    NEWPORT BEACH — The first home run that Morgan Derifield hit Tuesday night at Bonita Canyon Sports Park was impressive, as he had to reach down to club a three-run shot to center field. The second home run that Derifield hit, a two-run rocket shot...
  • College graduate eager to lead Glendale's Armenian National Committee chapter

    Talar Malakian, a fresh-faced recent college graduate, has taken the helm of the Glendale chapter of the Armenian National Committee, replacing former executive director Elen Asatryan. Asatryan, who had been with the Glendale advocacy group since 2006,...
  • Prosecutor: Man killed girlfriend as boy, 4, yelled for him to stop

    Prosecutor: Man killed girlfriend as boy, 4, yelled for him to stop
    Bail was denied Wednesday for a security guard accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend as her 4-year-old son screamed for him to stop. Wynton Collins, 28, who works for a private firm that provides security for Chicago Housing Authority buildings,...
  • Crescenta Valley 9-10 All-Star softball team keeps title hopes alive

    JURUPA VALLEY — Put in a situation where there wasn’t room for error, the Crescenta Valley 9-10 All-Star softball team shored up its pitching and defense to keep its championship aspirations alive. Thanks to some clutch hitting from Alex...
  • Man convicted of stealing nearly $1.4M from city housing authority

    Man convicted of stealing nearly $1.4M from city housing authority
    An Upper Marlboro man was convicted Monday of orchestrating a scheme to steal nearly $1.4 million from the Baltimore Housing Authority, the U.S. Department of Justice said. Daren Kareem Gadsden, aka "D," was a designated landlord in the city's Section...
  • Teams battle in tourney action

    Teams battle in tourney action
    One District 62 All-Star team has extended its season and two others saw their respective postseason runs come to an end in Little League tournament action this week. Ocean View's 9-10 All-Star team stayed alive in Division III Sub-Division South...