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A New Mexico man who spent nearly two years behind bars without trial will receive a $15.5-million settlement because a federal jury decided that his rights to adequate medical attention and due process had been violated. During the time Stephen Slevin,...
Tags: Health, Crime, Law and Justice, Susana Martinez, Trials, Lawyers
In opposing HR 689, a bill by Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) to federally reclassify marijuana as most other legal prescription drugs and remove oversight from the Drug Enforcement Administration and give it to the states, The Times states in its Feb. 28...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelWhen CBS' “48 Hours Mystery” staged its own jury in the Casey Anthony case, journalism experts were appalled. The program's style was ”shameful,” Al Tompkins, an instructor at the Poynter Institute, told me in April 2011. “We...
Our government historically has armed soldiers with the technology necessary to succeed on the battlefield, enabling them to topple targets like Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein. Washington finally is recognizing the importance of technology on the home...
Around this time last year, Beverly Kim was something of a minor television celebrity on "Top Chef." Several Saturdays ago, we found Kim calling out dinner orders from a cavernous and modern West Town kitchen, a space that would be the envy of every...
Elvia Huizar felt alone during the four years she spent in the U.S. Air Force, part of which she spent in Iraq. She didn't find the sisterhood she had expected. The men formed close bonds with each other. However, she and other women put up walls,...
Tags: Google Inc., Assault, U.S. Army, Disneyland Park, U.S. Air Force
WASHINGTON -- A veteran of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, former Marine Capt. Timothy Kudo thinks of himself as a killer -- and he carries the guilt every day. "I can't forgive myself," he says. "And the people who can forgive me are dead." With...
HOUSTON—Dallas-area police have arrested a suspect in connection with the fatal shooting Saturday of former Navy SEAL and “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle and a second man at a north Texas shooting range. Late Saturday, Lancaster,...
Tags: Criminals, Murder, U.S. Military, Shootings, NBC (tv network)
An intensely conceptual play like "Luther" (not the John Osborne play, nor the BBC America thriller, but a new work from New York by Ethan Lipton) relies on an audience buying its central metaphor. In this instance, that metaphor takes the form of a...
Tags: BBC, Arts and Culture
A killer and a survivor, Chris Kyle had left the dust-worn places where he had to worry about enemy fire -- or even friendly fire. Kyle, 38, an author and former Navy SEAL sniper, was shot dead Saturday in Texas by an unemployed, 25-year-old Marine...
Yeah, yeah, yeah — I'm writing about Girl Scout cookies again! What of it? Last year I gave you a break and didn't say a word about the hordes of Girl Scouts selling cookies all over La Cañada. It's their rite of passage, and it's part of what...
KABUL, Afghanistan — She was just an ordinary brown mutt, a stray, but Pvt. Conrad Lewis loved her. Lewis, a British paratrooper in Afghanistan's Helmand province, adopted the dog and named her Pegasus. Everyone called her Peg. In his letters...
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