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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...
WASHINGTON (AP)— Eight Muslims filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday in New Jersey to force the New York Police Department to end its surveillance and other intelligence-gathering practices targeting Muslims in the years after the 2001 terrorist...
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: Crime, Law and Justice, Laws
Efforts continued Wednesday as 43 Indianapolis bar owners and individuals gathered downtown to rally before a federal hearing on the June 1 smoking ban. A federal judge is expected to decide whether the ban will be kept in place or suspended while the...
Baltimore County has agreed to pay about $500,000 and reform workplace practices to settle a federal lawsuit accusing officials of discrimination against 10 Police and Fire Department employees and job applicants, chiefly on the basis of medical...
L.A. NOWA former Disneyland employee is expected to announce a federal lawsuit against the entertainment giant, saying she was harassed and unfairly removed from her hostess job after refusing to remove her head scarf at work....
I am a Roman Catholic, and I will be voting for Question 6 on the Maryland ballot on Tuesday. I am voting for this referendum because I believe my family member, Mike, and his partner, Ron, have as much right to marry as I have. I am voting for this...
Tags: Elections, Referenda, Crime, Law and Justice, Laws, Voting
L.A. NOWWeeks after they hiked the fines for dozens of parking violations, L.A. elected leaders voted to add more than 400 parking meters to a pair of neighborhoods....
The Fallout Creative Community is seeking artists with disabilities to display their work at the Red Rooster Coffee House Gallery from July 25 to Aug. 25. The “Abilities Art Exhibition” is meant to celebrate the anniversary of the Americans with...
The city of Lawrence is following in Indianapolis' footsteps. The City Council voted in favor of a stricter smoking ban Monday night. The ban is nearly identical to Indianapolis’ ban. It includes bars, and bowling alleys and private clubs, which...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Laws
A third member of a Kansas City, Kan., police unit has been sentenced to eight months in federal prison for stealing electronics from houses during searches. U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom says 34-year-old Dustin Sillings also has to serve one year of...
Congress has reached a one-year deal to keep interest rates on federal student loans from doubling for millions of Americans. Republicans and Democrats said all along they wanted a deal to happen, and so did we. It would have been arbitrary and unfair...
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