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DETROIT (AP) — The reins of power in Detroit have been in the hands of blacks since the city elected Coleman Young mayor in 1973, and for many, black control of Detroit has become as important to the city's identity as its deep auto industry roots....
Content ManagerUnited States Marshals Service combined with several police agencies in York County to arrest 66 year old Malcolm Linch in Manchester Township, York County. Linch was sought for failing to register as a previously convicted sex offender and faces possible...
Europe's Leftist elites championed the introduction of the euro to "increase political cohesion" by building on the "cultural, religious and humanist inheritance of Europe." But according to Evans-Ambrose Pritchard of the London Telegraph, as a result...
They may be a valuable tool, but they can also be distraction causing great consequence. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, at any given time, more than 10 million drivers in the United States are using cell phones. The...
Romney bracing, with Gingrich and Santorum chasing, on last full day before South Carolina primary NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Front-runner Mitt Romney and his presidential pursuers enter the final full day of campaigning in a South Carolina...
A 19-year-old man was sentenced to prison Friday morning after the girl he sexually assaulted in a Woodlawn roller rink told the judge that since the crime she's been harassed, gotten into fights with schoolmates and become increasingly angry. "I'm not...
Tags: Punishment, Sex Crimes, Trials, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials
CHICAGO (AP) — A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against relatives of a Chicago man accused of fatally punching a teenager on an Indiana beach on July Fourth. James Malacek is charged with aggravated battery, involuntary manslaughter and...
Baltimore's housing bureau does not have to pay a $2.6 million jury award to two siblings who say they were poisoned by lead paint when they lived in public residences as toddlers, a Maryland intermediate appellate court ruled Thursday. The decision,...
Tags: Justice System, Lead Poisoning, Arts, Trials, Arts
An Anne Arundel County waterfront landowner and a contractor accused of doing work without a permit have been hit with financial penalties and probation in the first two cases brought under the county's aggressive new environmental enforcement strategy....
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD - Lincoln County has reached an out-of-court settlement with a Casey County man who filed a federal lawsuit against two sheriff’s deputies, alleging they aided and abetted in the taking of his personal belongings as he was being evicted...
The Baltimore SunA Baltimore man suing Live Nation has added the Lyric Opera House to the lawsuit, alleging the theater received "kickbacks" from the behemoth concert promoter. Both the Lyric and Live Nation moved to dismiss Thursday. The lawsuit comes as Live Nation...
The State Elections Enforcement Commission Thursday named former Middletown Mayor Sebastian N. Giuliano, an attorney, as its new executive director and general counsel – an unusual move that transforms Giuliano suddenly from an elected politician to...
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