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SANFORD — Seminole County residents poured into the criminal courthouse last week as potential jurors for the trial of George Zimmerman. By the dozens, most were sent back home. The first week of jury selection focused on pretrial publicity:...
If you spend any amount of time in Tallahassee, you'll hear ranting about top-down government. Legislators hate when Washington tells them what to do, arguing that one government should never make mandates for the other. Unless they're the ones...
Tags: Personal Weapon Control, Politics, Laws, Gun Control, Voting
McClatchy Foreign StaffTEHRAN, Iran Centrist Hasan Rowhani won an absolute majority in Iran's presidential elections, a surprise outcome that could help raise spirits in a population fed up by the economic distress and international isolation that marked the era of outgoing...
The Hartford CourantA little-noticed bill, given final approval by legislators on June 4, could reinstate the disputed pension of controversial East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. – who made national news in 2012 by saying he might have some tacos on the day four of his...
Regarding "GOP: Comeback Starts In Tolland" [June 13, news]: My wife and I were quite amused to learn from a statement by Democratic Party leader Jonathan Harris that the disgust we have with the current state administration was in no way an influence for...
ReutersBy Brad Haynes RECIFE, Brazil, June 15 (Reuters) - For soccer fans flocking to Confederations Cup matches in Brazil's tropical northeast next week, getting tickets to the stadium should be simple - but two in three will not find accommodations in the host...
Toomey reaffirms background check support Six months after the Sandy Hook murders of 20 children and six adults, U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., reaffirmed his support for expanding background checks on firearms sales, and said he hopes the Senate can...
The old low-income Hilltop Housing project in Ellicott City has given way to another world: new apartments with facades of soft-colored siding and stone, and a recreation center with the latest in exercise gear, including a retractable-roof indoor...
Local officials are calling for better systems to identify and treat mental health problems and for stronger gun-control lobbyists and legislation in the wake of last week's rampage that left five dead. Police on Thursday said that John Zawahri, 23,...
It is interesting to see Second Amendment enthusiasts like letter writer John Armstrong embracing a few county sheriffs' announced refusal to endorse Maryland's new gun law based on its unconstitutionality ("Sheriff's refusal to enforce gun law is victory...
P.: Ingresé con una visa H-1B. La semana pasada un oficial de inmigración fue a la oficina de mi patrocinador preguntando información sobre mi puesto y pruebas de que la compañía me está pagando. Honestamente, no estoy trabajando desde el año pasado....
Tags: Politics, Personal Data Collection
HARRISON, Ark. -- The North Arkansas College Board of Trustees has decided to opt out of a state law that would allow faculty and staff members to carry concealed handguns on campus. The community college in Harrison is the latest school to opt out of...
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