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Photo: Stan Musial Dead: MLB Hall Of Famer Dies At 92 Stan Musial Dead: MLB Hall Of Famer Dies At 92
Huffington Post - Sat Jan 19, 2013
SAINT LOUIS - No last name necessary. More»

Georgia - Another judge accused of misconduct
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Mon Dec 17, 2012
A South Georgia judge is under investigation over allegations that he let politics and friendships dictate his actions in court. More»

Photo: Dust storm shuts down interstate in northern Oklahoma Dust storm shuts down interstate in northern Oklahoma
Associated Press - Sat Oct 20, 2012
TULSA, Oklahoma - A massive dust storm swirling reddish-brown clouds over northern Oklahoma triggered a multi-vehicle accident along a major interstate Thursday, forcing police to shut down part of the heavily traveled roadway amid near blackout conditions. More»

State investigates Narconon Georgia after death at Scientology-linked facility
WSB-TV - Tue Oct 2, 2012
ATLANTA, Georgia - A Georgia drug rehab program with ties to the Church of Scientology is now under a state investigation after Channel 2 Action News showed inspectors new evidence. More»

Photo: New Arizona Law 'Pregnancy Begins Two Weeks Before Conception' New Arizona Law 'Pregnancy Begins Two Weeks Before Conception'
Political Groove - Mon Aug 27, 2012
Like something straight out of The Onion, Arizona recently passed a new law titled the Women's Health and Safety Act that deems a woman pregnant 2 weeks before conception. More»

Deadly shooting near the Empire State Building
Yahoo News - Fri Aug 24, 2012
Eight people have been wounded, and at least two people are dead, after a shooting outside the Empire State Building in the Midtown area of Manhattan on Friday morning. More»

Photo: Monster Colorado fire doubles in size Monster Colorado fire doubles in size
MSNBC - Wed Jun 27, 2012
Fire crews outside Colorado Springs, Colorado, expected more weather trouble on Wednesday in what the local fire chief called a "monster event" that doubled in size overnight and has forced 32,000 people to flee. More»

Photo: Rodney King dead at 47 Rodney King dead at 47
CNN - Sun Jun 17, 2012
LOS ANGELES, California - Rodney King, whose beating by Los Angeles police in 1991 was caught on camera and sparked riots after the acquittal of the four officers involved, was found dead in his swimming pool Sunday, authorities and his fiancee said. More»

Photo: Mad Cow Disease Confirmed In California Dairy Cow, USDA Says Mad Cow Disease Confirmed In California Dairy Cow, USDA Says
Huffington Post - Tue Apr 24, 2012
The USDA has confirmed that a case of mad cow disease was found in a California dairy cow. More»

Photo: Audit: Fracking pipes are completely unregulated Audit: Fracking pipes are completely unregulated
Associated Press - Mon Mar 26, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO - Government auditors say federal officials know nothing about thousands of miles of pipelines that carry natural gas released through the drilling method known as fracking, and need to step up oversight to make sure they are running safely. More»

Photo: Police fire tear gas at Oakland, 200 arrested Police fire tear gas at Oakland, 200 arrested
Associated Press - Sat Jan 28, 2012
OAKLAND, California - Riot police fought running skirmishes with anti-Wall Street protesters on Saturday, firing tear gas and bean bag projectiles and arresting more than 200 people in clashes that injured three officers and at least one demonstrator. More»

Photo: Bay Area woman trapped in airport for eight days-all for lack of a $60 baggage fee Bay Area woman trapped in airport for eight days-all for lack of a $60 baggage fee
The Lookout - Thu Nov 3, 2011
Sure, hurricanes and unseasonal blizzards can create major delays in air travel. More»

Photo: Judge William Adams: Texas Police Investigate Video of Judge Beating Daughter Judge William Adams: Texas Police Investigate Video of Judge Beating Daughter
Business & Law - Tue Nov 1, 2011
A video of Aransas County Judge William Adams allegedly beating his disabled daughter is being investigated by the Rockport, Texas Police Department. More»

Photo: Judges Are for Sale - and Special Interests Are Buying Judges Are for Sale - and Special Interests Are Buying
Time - Sun Oct 30, 2011
The Occupy Wall Street movement is shining a spotlight on how much influence big-money interests have with the White House and Congress. More»

Photo: Occupy Wall Street: Canadian Special Forces provocateur leaves wallet behind Occupy Wall Street: Canadian Special Forces provocateur leaves wallet behind
Censored News - Sun Oct 23, 2011
NEW YORK - Canadian Special Forces Agent Dylan Spoelstra, 24, of Toronto, left his wallet behind exposing his identity, after he was arrested at Occupy Wall Street scaling a sculpture on Saturday morning. More»

Photo: Atlanta high schools broke rules to meet performance standards Atlanta high schools broke rules to meet performance standards
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Sun Oct 23, 2011
A learning disability made school hard for Chantel Cox, but she always stayed on grade level and looked forward to earning a high school diploma. More»

Photo: Over $2.5 million in Medical Bills: 'Miracle' tornado survivor denied workers' comp Over $2.5 million in Medical Bills: 'Miracle' tornado survivor denied workers' comp
Associated Press - Sat Oct 22, 2011
JOPLIN, Missouri By all accounts, Mark Lindquist is a hero, an underpaid social worker who nearly gave his life trying to save three developmentally disabled adults from the Joplin tornado. More»

Photo: Police pepper spray Haka dancers at football game Police pepper spray Haka dancers at football game
Associated Press - Sat Oct 22, 2011
ROOSEVELT, Utah - Police in a small Utah town are being accused of overreacting after using pepper spray to break up a group of Polynesian men and boys performing a traditional dance called the Haka after a high school football game. More»

Photo: Showdown looms between Wall St protesters and cops Showdown looms between Wall St protesters and cops
Associated Press - Wed Oct 12, 2011
NEW YORK - Officials on Thursday moved to put an end to Wall Street protesters' month-long occupation of a park that spawned similar gatherings across the nation, setting up a potential confrontation with police and an uncertain future for a movement that claims to speak for the disillusioned middle class. More»

Alabama brings back slavery for Latinos
The Guardian, UK - Wed Oct 12, 2011
Here's how: pass a draconian immigration law, lock up "illegals" in private prisons, then get the new inmates to work in the fields. More»

Council of Europe demands truth on CIA black sites
CNN - Mon Sep 5, 2011
Paris - The human rights commissioner for the Council of Europe urged countries that have hosted secret CIA prisons to come clean Monday, as the 10th anniversary of 9/11 approaches. More»

Photo: Billie Joe Armstrong, Green Day Frontman, Kicked Off Southwest Flight For Baggy Pants Billie Joe Armstrong, Green Day Frontman, Kicked Off Southwest Flight For Baggy Pants
KGO-TV - Fri Sep 2, 2011
OAKLAND, California - Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong says he was kicked off of a Southwest Airlines flight Thursday night for wearing his pants too low. More»

Photo: Boston church releases list of accused priests Boston church releases list of accused priests
Associated Press - Wed Aug 24, 2011
BOSTON - Cardinal Sean O'Malley on Thursday released a long-awaited list of priests accused of child sex abuse in Boston in the last 60 years, but he opted not to include certain priests, including ones who died without being publicly charged. More»

Big agribusinesses that generate manure not properly inspected
Atlanta Journal-Constitution - Sat Aug 13, 2011
A report blasting Georgia's environmental oversight of large livestock farms has raised concerns about potential contamination of Georgia waterways with chemicals from manure. More»

Photo: Bulldoze: The New Way to Foreclose Bulldoze: The New Way to Foreclose
Time - Sun Jul 31, 2011
Banks have a new remedy for America's ailing housing market: bulldozers. More»

Photo: New Study Links Mountaintop Removal to 60,000 Additional Cancer Cases New Study Links Mountaintop Removal to 60,000 Additional Cancer Cases
AlterNet - Tue Jul 26, 2011
Among the 1.2 million American citizens living in mountaintop removal mining counties in central Appalachia, an additional 60,000 cases of cancer are directly linked to the federally sanctioned strip-mining practice. More»

Photo: Oopsie! ATF loses track of 1,400 guns Oopsie! ATF loses track of 1,400 guns
CNN - Tue Jul 12, 2011
Federal agents can't account for more than 1,400 guns after a widely criticized operation aimed at tracing the flow of weapons to Mexican drug gangs, sources with knowledge of the investigation tell CNN. More»

Baggy pants lead to student's arrest at airport
Huffington Post - Wed Jun 15, 2011
SAN FRANCISCO - Police say a University of New Mexico football player's saggy pants led to his arrest at San Francisco International Airport. More»

Photo: Explosion at North Carolina chemical plant Explosion at North Carolina chemical plant
CNN - Sat May 28, 2011
An explosion at a North Carolina chemical plant Saturday ignited a fire and forced the evacuation of some 750 people, an official said. More»

Photo: Probe ordered over possible psy-ops used on senators Probe ordered over possible psy-ops used on senators
Associated Press - Wed Feb 23, 2011
WASHINGTON - The top US commander in Afghanistan is ordering an investigation into charges that an army unit trained in psychological operations was improperly told to manipulate American senators to get more money and troops for the war. More»

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