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Jonathan Turley is probably not the most popular man right now with supporters of same-sex marriage. The George Washington University law professor has filed a suit challenging the constitutionality of Utah's anti-polygamy laws — and his argument is...
Tags: Utah, Marriage, Christianity, Same-Sex Marriage, Politics
At the turn of the last century, as the robber barons' first gilded age lingered on, many Californians came to regard one powerful enterprise as the symbol of oppressive avarice and of big money's corrupt appropriation of the political process. That...
email@example.comA Hagerstown man charged with throwing his stepdaughter’s dog in front of a car and threatening to harm her was released Sunday from the Washington County Detention Center after posting a $75,000 bond, according to Washington County District Court...
Channel 2 NewsA woman accused of conspiring to kill her former finance is asking to leave Alaska by changing her bail conditions. Mechele Linehan's attorney argued in court Friday that Linehan needs knee surgery to prevent a degenerative condition, and said it...
A man wielding a hammer and a shotgun attacked a speed enforcement vehicle on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway near the BWI Marshall Airport exit Wednesday morning, prompting police to close the highway for several hours. Police said the assailant was...
KTLA NewsHAWAII ( KTLA ) -- Millions of tons of debris that washed into the Pacific Ocean during Japan's earthquake and tsunami last March is headed to U.S. shores, researches said Tuesday. Government scientists in Hawaii say everything from furniture to roofs,...
Charles T. Manatt, who founded one of the biggest and most influential law firms in Los Angeles and then became a political power as chairman of the state and national Democratic parties, died Friday night. He was 75. Manatt died at Kindred Hospital in...
Q13 FOX News OnlineWhen the weather warms up, people around western Washington head for local rivers and lakes. The trips offer quick relief from hot temperatures but can also be dangerous for young people. The CDC estimates about 10 people drown in the United States...
Every day in America thousands of police, fire and health-care personnel confront life's "unplanned" moments by responding to the chaos, crises and catastrophes that threaten the public. Meanwhile, our elected representatives in Washington continue to...
Tags: Catonsville, Politics, Elections
Former Confederate Gen. Joseph Eggleston Johnston caught a cold while attending the funeral in New York City for his former Civil War adversary, Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman, in 1891. A month later, he died in Washington and was buried in a non-...
ReutersLos demócratas del Senado redoblaban el sábado sus esfuerzos por evitar un devastador cese de pagos en Estados Unidos e intentaban dar un nuevo impulso a su plan para reducir el déficit, a fin de lograr un ansiado compromiso con el dividido Partido...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Florida, Barack Obama
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe world of routing labs, wide area networks (WAN), local area network (LAN) systems and troubleshooting network problems are foreign to most people. But to James Skeen, it is familiar territory. Skeen, 19, won first place in the Internetworking...
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