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  • ACLU concerned over Michigan State Police extracting data from cellphones

     
    Michigan State Police officers, equipped with forensic cellphone analyzers, have allegedly extracted data from cellphones during traffic stops and the American Civil Liberties Union wants to know more about it. The agency's data extractors and the ACLU'...
  • Congresswoman calls for investigation of enforcement program that screens for illegal immigrants in jails

     
    A California congresswoman Friday called for an investigation into the actions of federal immigration officials, saying they lied about whether counties and states had the right to opt out of a controversial nationwide enforcement program that screens for...
  • Blowback: Nothing defensible about DOMA

     
    Maya Rupert responds to our editorial, "Defense of Marriage Act: Attack the law, not the lawyer." She is the federal policy director for the National Center for Lesbian Rights. Click here for more information on Blowback, our forum for readers......
  • President Kennedy Urges Self-Censorship for Newspapers

     
    April 28, 1961: President Kennedy calls on the nation's newspapers to censor themselves in publishing information that could be useful to global communism in the cold war. "Communism, he said, is a 'monolithic and ruthless conspiracy' that is attacking...
  • Report: Texas has right to fire ESPN hires on Longhorn Network

     
    Report: Texas has right to fire ESPN hires on Longhorn Network Not to get lost in the shuffle that is the Pac-12’s new ‘landmark deal’ is the fact that the University of Texas will begin its new $300 million partnership with ESPN, the...
  • House Democrats unhappy with the debate rules they agreed to

     
    TALLAHASSEE — House Democrats are starting to vent over House Speaker Dean Cannon's tight time-limits on how long they can debate the 45 budget bills that lawmakers have to rocket through both the House and Senate today. Problem is — as...
  • TUNISIA: Tunisian authorities impose curfew

     
    Tunisia's interim government imposed a curfew late Saturday after riot police fired tear gas and scuffled with hundreds of anti-government protesters. The Interior Ministry was quoted on state television as saying the curfew would remain in effect from...
  • Rashard Mendenhall 9-11 tweets could cost him endorsement

     
    Rashard Mendenhall was criticized for sending a series of tweets about Osama Bin Laden and 9-11 Sunday that questioned Osama's role in 9-11 and questioned why people would celebrate a death. Bloomberg and USA Today are reporting that Rashard Mendenhall'...
  • Overdue reform: Signs of the times

     
    It's taken more than five years, but Illinois is now poised to outlaw the brazen use of state property for self-promotion that came to symbolize the egomaniacal reign of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich. A small thing, really, considering the scale......
  • Bob Dylan speaks out on 'so-called China controversy'

     
    Bob Dylan speaks out on 'so-called China controversy'...
  • Crib sheet: The 55 promises of Rahm Emanuel

     
    Typically, politicians stop making promises to voters and begin lowering expectations the moment the polls close on Election Day. "Big challenges lie ahead, and I'm hopeful that if we all work together ..." Which is what makes soon-to-be Mayor Rahm......
  • Not time yet for the GOP to cry `Mayday!' over sluggish presidential field

     
    President Barack Obama has had a pretty good month. U.S. forces killed Public Enemy No. 1, Osama bin Laden, and the most popular Republicans in the field of those likely to challenge his re-election bid have been dropping by the......