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Story Courtesy of The Los Angeles Times By David G. Savage WASHINGTON — As the Supreme Court heads into the final month of its term, the new chief justice has shown a knack for finding ways to decide cases on narrow issues that have led to unanimous rulings. But June is rarely...
Story Courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle By Rick DelVecchio Seth Roberts is a UC Berkeley psychology professor known for going his own way. His latest publication is a diet book, which is something scholars at world-ranked universities don't write too often but which...
Story Courtesy of The New York Times Associated Press WASHINGTON, May 29 (AP) — Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, the Democratic leader, accepted free ringside tickets from the Nevada State Athletic Commission to three professional boxing matches while the agency was trying to...
Story Courtesy of MyWay.com By Laurie Kellman WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush stepped into the Justice Department's constitutional confrontation with Congress on Thursday and ordered that documents seized in an FBI raid on a lawmaker's office be sealed for 45 days. The...
Story Courtesy of The San Francisco Chronicle By Lauran Neergaard Twenty-five years after the first AIDS cases emerged, scientists have confirmed that the HIV virus plaguing humans really did originate in wild chimpanzees, in a corner of Cameroon. Solving the mystery of HIV's...
Story Courtesy of The Los Angeles Times By Richard Simon WASHINGTON — Jittery about voters' sour mood over high gasoline prices less than six months before congressional elections, the Republican-controlled House on Thursday passed an old favorite: legislation seeking to open...
Story Courtesy of The USA Today SIDNEY, Neb. (AP) — A judge said a 5-foot-1 man convicted of sexually assaulting a child was too small to survive in prison, and gave him 10 years of probation instead. His crimes deserved a long sentence, District Judge Kristine Cecava said, but...
Story of Courtesy of The Los Angeles Times By Sam Howe Verhovek YAKIMA, Wash. — With immigration issues front and center before the U.S. Congress, Mexico's president made an emotion-laden visit to this agricultural valley in central Washington state Wednesday, telling hundreds...
Story Courtesy of The San Francisco Chronicle By Heather Knight With high school commencement ceremonies about to begin up and down the state, thousands of seniors learned Wednesday that they won't graduate with their classmates if they haven't passed California's controversial...