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The Illinois Supreme Court has repeatedly granted new life to judges after they were rejected by Cook County voters, despite promising to end the questionable practice nearly 20 years ago. A Tribune review found that since 2000, the Supreme Court has...
The so-called anti-Sharia law movement: A chilling example of the paranoid style in American politicsDel. Ron George from Annapolis objects to those who make light of the anti-Sharia movement in the U.S. ("Sharia law is a real threat to American liberties," Aug. 24.) He argues that imposing Sharia law is the stated goal of Islamic extremists like al-...
Tags: Terrorism, Islam, Annapolis, Republican Party, Politics
Nearly a decade after the events of 9/11, the backlash against Islamic Americans shows signs of worsening. Not even the death of Osama bin Laden earlier this year has had much impact on the growing anxiety of those who can't seem to distinguish between...
KIAHRick Perry has just about criticized everything in Washington and now he's going old school by taking his red pen to the American government's founding document, the Constitution. In his book Fed Up, our fight to save America from Washington, Perry...
Javaris Crittenton never had a chance to establish a reputation in the NBA before he became notorious. He was the other, seemingly insignificant half in one of the most embarassing incidents the Wizards franchise has had to face. An often-injured,...
Before Gov. Martin O'Malley frolics down the morally hazardous path of gerrymandering, it would be well to remember exactly why James Madison, the father of our Constitution, steered his fellow delegates away from creating a direct democracy and toward...
Tags: Democracy, Martin O'Malley, Politics, Timonium
Tribune staff reportersThe state is moving to rescind the licenses of 37 doctors and other health care workers under a new law that bans from their professions workers convicted of sex crimes or violent acts — even as the measure is challenged in court. All told, 20...
Reporting on the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, a TV news program showed video of the U.S. flag, flapping atop its pole at the Capitol. It had been torn nearly lengthwise twice. Besides on public grounds, the flag is prominently displayed by businesses...
Reuters reporterA judge on Friday refused to throw out the perjury case against baseball star Roger Clemens over steroid use after a mistrial was declared when prosecutors presented evidence that had been barred. Judge Reggie Walton agreed to start a second trial on...
Tags: Judges, Roger Clemens, Cy Young Award, Steroids, Trials
email@example.comRecent history and current rankings suggested that the Danville boys had an edge over Boyle County, but Josh Lyons wasn’t buying it. The Boyle senior scored two goals Saturday night to give the Rebels a 3-2 victory over No. 21 Danville at Rebel...
FOX40 NewsThe annual Rainbow Festival had midtown Sacramento humming with music and activities; but there was a political undertone to the event. On Tuesday, the opponents of Gay Marriage will appear before the State Supreme Court in San Francisco. They will...
On Monday, September 10th, 2001, Fox 59 News at 10 led with a story about Michael Jordan’s return to the NBA and worries over ISTEP testing and a child who brought a gun into an Indianapolis school. The next morning the world changed forever. ...
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