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Singer Chris Brown was ordered to return to court this summer after attorneys asked a judge Friday for more time to review new evidence related to allegations he failed to complete court-ordered community service. Brown appeared in Los Angeles County...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterAllegations of unequal treatment and biases on behalf of the Navy are being raised by the group advocating homebasing the F-35C Joint Strike Fighter Squadron in El Centro. Imperial Valley United for Joint Strike Fighter, also known as the Joint...
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Imperial Valley United for Joint Strike Fighter has filed a protest over the handling of the El Centro workshop concerning the environmental study regarding homebasing the Navy’s F-35C squadrons. The local coalition also has asked the Navy to...
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MIAMI (AP) — One of the best known prisoners in Guantanamo says a hunger strike at the U.S. base in Cuba has grown to include 130 men in a protest over their confinement. Shaker Aamer tells his lawyer that he has lost 32 pounds during the strike...
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email@example.comInmates of the Boyle County Detention Center contributed nearly $100,000 of services to the county solid waste and recycling department in 2012. Approved inmates staff the recycling center and saved an estimated $94,500 in labor costs last year,...
NEW YORK (AP) — However the Supreme Court rules after its landmark hearings on same-sex marriage, the issue seems certain to divide Americans and states for many years to come. In oral arguments Tuesday and Wednesday on two cases involving gay...
Ara Manoogian hadn’t eaten for nine days as of Monday, and he was prepared to go without food for weeks, or even months, more. Camped in an RV parked outside Rep. Adam Schiff’s Burbank office, Manoogian said his hunger strike was in protest...
Foreigners who cook, clean houses and care for children in Hong Kong will not be eligible to become permanent residents like other workers from abroad, a final appeals court ruled Monday. The unanimous ruling disappointed the Filipino workers who...
In recent years, Prime Healthcare has built a reputation as a take-no-prisoners company willing to run roughshod over patients and employees alike in its quest for profits — $283 million on revenue of $1.6 billion in 2010, according to a financial...
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I can hear 'em now. "He's a good guy"; "He's a family man"; "He'll govern like a moderate"; "It will be so good for the country"; "He's post-partisan." That the election of a mixed-race candidate for president sent positive messages about America around...
L.A. NOWLugging picket signs and instrument cases in front of the concert hall where they perform, musicians from San Francisco's acclaimed symphony orchestra went on strike Wednesday, causing the cancellation of at least one performance and throwing an East...
A Verizon risk team, looking for data breaches on a client's computers, discovered that one company software developer was basically idle for many months, yet remained productive — because he had outsourced his projects to a Chinese software...
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