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West HartfordThe International Institute of Connecticut (IICONN) celebrated the dedicated work Sherry Graff-Schreiber at a Benefit Cocktail Party May 29. Ms. Graff-Schreiber, a West Hartford resident, was presented with the IICONN Pro Bono Attorney of the Year award,...
An accused killer is back in Virginia after being on the run from police for nearly two weeks. Adan "Manuel" Rodriguez was arraigned in an Alleghany County courtroom on Wednesday morning. According to court records, he was arraigned. A preliminary...
The eagerly awaited third season of cult-hit TV show Arrested Development has not garnered the same praise as the first two seasons but when it comes to making fun of the arcane practice of maritime law this season stands out. In the first episode of...
Tribune reporterMore than 100 demonstrators over various subjects waved signs and chanted outside the Chicago Hilton hotel where President Obama will attend a fundraiser tonight, hours after arrests were made there. About half had gathered to express their...
President Barack Obama came home to Chicago on Wednesday to raise money for Democratic congressional candidates as part of his party's push to take back control of the House and preserve Democrats' majority in the Senate next year. While potentially a...
Tags: Elections, Steve Israel, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Politics
The man who gained fame as "Kai the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker" for allegedly saving a California utility worker from a crazed trucker agreed Tuesday to be extradited to New Jersey to face charges he murdered an attorney he befriended on his travels....
NEW DELHI — A watchdog group Tuesday called on Myanmar's government to immediately revoke a population-control policy that blocks members of the minority Rohingya Muslim community from having more than two children, saying the newly revived...
Gov. Tom Corbett's lawsuit to reverse NCAA sanctions over Penn State's role in the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal fails to show how the penalties harm Pennsylvanians, a judge said in dismissing the case. U.S. District Judge Yvette Kane granted...
The Hartford CourantAs Congress takes a step closer to immigration overhaul, Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Tuesday called on U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to revoke the deportation order of a New Haven resident who entered the country illegally. Jose Maria Islas,...
WASHINGTON — The Republican-led House voted along party lines Thursday to prohibit funding for President Obama’s Dream Act-styled program, which temporarily halts the deportations of young immigrants if they have served in the military or...
The Aztecs march in the canyons of the great city. Their tall feather headdresses jut skyward. They beat drums, stomp and chant. They dance in twirls and high steps, moving forward. One of them presses to his lips a large pink conch, representing the...
Tags: Entertainment, Gay Rights, Politics, Mexico City, Guy Fawkes
Jose has been in foster care. He didn't think he belonged there, with children who have been abandoned or abused. His mom, caring and competent, is devoted but deported. A victim of horrific, high rates of deportation, she was sent back to Nicaragua....
Tags: Poverty, Labor Legislation, Lobbying, Prisons, Oxfam America
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