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Shooting on Metro Transit bus leaves one injured

Minneapolis Police are investigating a shooting involving a Metro Transit bus at 17th Ave. & Penn. Ave. N. pic.twitter.com/FJiFBtlhCe

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United States Sentencing Commission

The United States Sentencing Commission is an independent agency within the judicial branch of government whose purpose, as stated on its site, is:

  1. To establish sentencing policies and practices for the federal courts…
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SupremeCourt.gov is an excellent resource for information pertaining to current and recent Supreme Court justices and decisions, with oral arguments dating back to 2012 and biographical information for justices dating all the way back to 1789. 188 more words


NC Judge Resigns Rather Than Perform Gay Marriages

A veteran magistrate in North Carolina resigned his post rather than perform same-sex weddings in his courtroom.

A North Carolina judge has resigned rather than being forced to perform same-sex marriages, because they collide with his religious beliefs. 159 more words


Women and minorities in political and judicial office

The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.–Martin Luther King Jr.

Jelani Cobb, in a New Yorker magazine article titled “Voting by Numbers,” which appeared in the Oct. 175 more words


Police: Man Had 1,000 Secret Recordings Of Women

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IRVING, Texas (AP) - North Texas police say their investigation of a man who secretly placed cameras in various public restrooms has uncovered nearly 1,000 videos of women. 196 more words