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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Civil rights groups claim an Indiana law set to take effect July 1 gives police sweeping arrest powers against immigrants who aren't criminals. The state argues such fears are based on a misunderstanding of the law. U.S....
CHICAGO (AP) — The conviction rate for sexual offenses reported at six Midwestern colleges — including Notre Dame — is far lower than the national average, according to a newspaper survey published today, and experts say the numbers are...
DENVER (AP) — A civil liberties group plans to provide free representation to a 35-year-old Colorado man who faces criminal prosecution and a jail sentence for displaying his middle finger to a Colorado State Patrol trooper. The American Civil...
INDIANAPOLIS - For the past several years, Republicans in the Indiana General Assembly have pushed for a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage in the state. The difference this year is that, with a new GOP majority in the House of...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Republican Party, Marriage, Indianapolis
NEW YORK (AP) — Online coupon site Groupon Inc.'s first foray into Super Bowl advertising aimed for humor but is instead receiving widespread criticism across the Web and irked human rights groups. One ad shows Timothy Hutton making a case for the...
Tags: Sports, Politics, Mass Media, Groupon, Inc., Twitter, Inc.
OSLO, Norway (AP) — A Norwegian lawmaker says he has nominated WikiLeaks for the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize. Snorre Valen of the Socialist Left Party says the secret-spilling website has promoted human rights, democracy and freedom of speech just like...
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A Maryland brewery is accusing Michigan's liquor commission of censorship after the panel rejected labels for a beer that features an expletive in the name. Flying Dog Brewery has filed a federal lawsuit in Grand...
SOUTH BEND — Retiring alumni association director Charles F. "Chuck" Lennon and former head football coach Lou Holtz will be among 12 people who will be presented honorary degrees at the University of Notre Dame’s May 22 commencement in...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Two lesbian teens at a Minnesota highs school have taken the state's largest school district to federal court because they want a judge to force the district to allow them to make a political statement by making a high-profile...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Rush Limbaugh's mock immitation of the Chinese language has stirred a backlash among Asian-American lawmakers at the state and federal level. California state Sen. Leland Yee, a Democrat from San Francisco, is leading a...
DETROIT (AP) — The Michigan Civil Rights Commission is holding a public forum on bullying this month in Detroit. The commission says the forum is Tuesday afternoon at Cadillac Place, following a business meeting. The commission says its...
PHOENIX (AP) — The shooting rampage in Tucson that wounded U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is not slowing down Arizona legislators who want more rights for gun owners. Arizona has become a champion in the gun rights movement, with state lawmakers...
Tags: Health, Human Interest, Politics, Tucson, Crime, Law and Justice
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