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The U.S. Justice Department is investigating allegations that Baltimore County government has harassed employees over their medical conditions and forced some out of their jobs, according to court documents and people who have spoken with federal...
Sun SentinelFlorida Insurance Consumer Advocate Robin Westcott told Florida Cabinet members today that the first thing required to address automobile insurance fraud is to get more information from the insurance industry on where the money for claims is going, what...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Just in time for the start of autumn, the Indiana Office of Tourism Development has a new fall travel website promoting festivals, changing leaves and corn mazes and other farm destinations. Click to log onto VisitIndianaFall....
Tags: Social Media, Travel, Trips and Vacations
The Baltimore SunWBAL radio has signed Mary Beth Marsden as the new anchor of its "Afternoon News Journal." She will start Sept. 6 at the news/talk station's afternoon drivetime anchor desk. The former anchorwoman for WMAR-TV replaces Shari Elliker whom the station...
Tribune NewspapersWhen driving across an international border in Central Europe, take note: You may be expected to stop at the first opportunity to buy a "vignette" to be displayed somewhere in the front window of your car. And no, vignette doesn’t refer to some cute...
Tags: Politics, Fines, Travel, Slovenia, International Travel
My teenage daughter is standing in a lineup of tribesmen and she is angry with me. As I lift my camera, she says, "I look hideous," unaware of the irony of being surrounded by tribesmen wearing next to nothing. "Yu, pikinini blong Amerika (You, child...
The skyline of downtown Dallas has changed dramatically since the 1980s, when J.R. Ewing rode roughshod over his family and his business partners at Ewing Oil. Twenty miles northeast, in what is still ranch country, things haven't changed much. Sure,...
Assignment ManagerA Pittsylvania County woman and the American Civil Liberties Union say a lawsuit over prayer should go forward. Lawyers filed their arguments in Danville's federal court Wednesday. The woman, who's name has not been made public, says she has been...
Assignment ManagerLawyers for the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors asked a judge Thursday to throw out a lawsuit over prayers offered at board meetings. The American Civil Liberties Union and a county resident, who's identity has not been made public, sued the...
Tags: Litigation, Justice System, Judges, Pittsylvania County, Trials
Virginia Senator Bill Stanley will represent the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors in court. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against the board last week for saying a Christian prayer before every meeting. Supervisors made the...
ReporterEven rain couldn't stop hundreds of people from pouring to the steps of the Chatham Courthouse in Pittsylvania County to show support for prayer. Signs read, "We support praying in the name of Jesus Christ," and church groups sang "Amazing Grace." But...
A company that sells services and products to people chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder has been warned by the Food and Drug Administration to correct numerous false claims on labels and misleading health...
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