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— Amid the skyscrapers and coal power plants in this fast-growing manufacturing city of nearly 13 million people, eager investors filed into a convention center that thumped with dance music from a Florida beach party video. On sale was the dream...
Channel Guide MagazineOur most lopsided win in the 2012 Channel Guide’s Viewers Voice Awards belongs to rookie cop show Common Law, a fun hour that pays tribute to all those classic ’80s buddy-cop movies. Michael Ealy and Warren Kole make for a dynamic duo, and...
Watchdog with Paul MuschickAn inaccurate criminal background check can cost you a job. A company accused of doing inaccurate background checks has learned that sloppy work can cost it, too: $2.6 million. I've written several times about the lack of accountability by some......
World NowHuman rights activists are calling on Iran to investigate the apparent death of a blogger who was in custody after being arrested for criticizing the government in online postings. Sattar Beheshti, 35, reportedly died this week while in detention after...
The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights board of commissioners met Thursday in Danville to rule on discrimination complaints on behalf of the people of the state. The board routinely meets at its headquarters in Louisville. As budget allows, the...
World NowMalawi's minister of justice has reportedly denied saying that the country's law banning homosexual acts would be suspended pending a parliamentary vote on whether to decriminalize such acts. The minister, Atty. Gen. Ralph Kasambara, said this week that...
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas attorney general's office paid outside lawyers more than $644,000 to defend anti-abortion laws enacted last year. Derek Schmidt says it paid more than $328,000 as of Friday to Foulston Siefken, a Wichita firm...
As home foreclosures tear apart neighborhoods throughout the state, an annual battle plays out in Springfield between the banking industry and community activists over how to deal with the damage. The banks always emerge largely unscathed. It happened...
On July 26, 1990, when President George H. W. Bush signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) on the lawn of the White House, I was too young be in attendance, or even understand the impact that this monumental law would have on the United States by...
The Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services has suspended Medicaid payments to a controversial Chicago psychiatrist who the federal government says fraudulently prescribed antipsychotic medication to thousands of mentally ill nursing home...
Tribune reporterAn internal investigation has cleared an Evanston police officer of racial profiling and other alleged misconduct related to his briefly handcuffing a 13-year-old black juvenile during a burglary investigation in August. But a related federal lawsuit...
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A new smoking ban has been approved in Johnson County. The commissioners unanimously passed a ban that forbids smoking in all public businesses. That includes bars, restaurants and hotels. The ban is more strict than the rules that were passed in...
Tags: Laws, Crime, Law and Justice
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