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John Pomfret THE WASHINGTON POST Federal law enforcement officials are investigating a series of bribery and smuggling cases in what they fear is a sign of increased corruption among officers who patrol the Mexican border. Two brothers who worked for the U.S. Border Patrol...
Rob Stein THE WASHINGTON POST In Chicago, an ambulance driver refused to transport a patient for an abortion. In California, fertility specialists rebuffed a gay woman seeking artificial insemination. In Texas, a pharmacist turned away a rape victim seeking the morning-after...
CHRISTY HOPPE The Dallas Morning News Doctors who perform illegal abortions in Texas could be subject to the death penalty because of the way the Legislature has strung together recent statutes, according to the state's top prosecutor association. By defining a fetus as "an...
FRANCISCA ORTEGA The Associated Press Her two boys and two girls were healthy and doing well Wednesday after being born July 6 by Caesarean section in what doctors said was a rare occurrence of multiple births. Magdaleno, 40, said she was shocked when her doctor told her she was...
Anthony Shadid and Scott Wilson WASHINGTON POST The Lebanese Shiite Muslim group Hezbollah infiltrated the Israeli border Wednesday in a brazen raid, capturing two Israeli soldiers, killing three others and prompting Israeli attacks on the airport in Beirut and bridges, roads,...
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An 80-year-old man acknowledged Wednesday that he dealt drugs at his house in return for sex with prostitutes. Felix Cocco of Pittsburgh pleaded guilty to charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver and possession of...
Karen Grace KENS 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS Three Bandera County Sheriff's Office employees have left their jobs after a party ends with an enraged husband and racy photos. Bandera officials said what happened was so embarrassing that two deputies and a dispatcher are no longer on the...
Donna Leinwand USA TODAY The number of schools testing students for drug use is rising as legal barriers to testing have fallen, funding for it has jumped and schools have begun to expand the categories of students who can be screened. Since the Supreme Court ruled in 2002 that...
Richard B. Schmitt L.A. TIMES The Bush administration is considering requiring U.S. banks, for the first time, to inform the government of all their customers' international wire transfers, regardless of possible terrorist ties, a Treasury Department official said Tuesday. Such...