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Pew Research: The public broadly supports a new Arizona law aimed at dealing with illegal immigration and the law’s provisions giving police increased powers to stop and detain people who are suspected of being in the country illegally. Fully 73% say they approve of requiring people to produce documents verifying their legal status if police ask for ...

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Los Angeles Times: Roman Polanski is getting more support from the movie industry in his battle to avoid extradition to face sentencing in a sex case in Los Angeles. Several noted directors have signed a petition in support of Polanski at the Cannes Film Festival. The effort comes several days after a Los Angeles judge denied Polanski’s request ...

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Nine people were indicted Wednesday on federal charges of accessing President Barack Obama's student loan records while they were employed for a Department of Education contractor in Iowa. The U.S. attorney's office said a grand jury returned the indictments in U.S. District Court in Davenport. All nine are charged with exceeding authorized ...

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Fox News: In the first four months of this fiscal year, drug prosecutions in Arizona have jumped 202 percent since 2008 while the rest of the country has seen a 17 percent drop, according to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), which oversees federal law-enforcement programs. As the number of drug prosecutions falls across the country, Arizona ...

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Fox News: In February 2009, after two wars and years of confusion over the best way to interrogate a terrorist, the Obama administration created a special unit called the High Value Detainee Interrogation Group (HIG) to relearn how to get critical information from suspects in custody. Fifteen months later and in the wake of the failed car-bombing ...

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NY Daily News: It just got a little easier for a transgender person to work at American Eagle Outfitters - at least on paper. Attorney General Andrew Cuomo has forced the flannel and khaki outpost to make some changes, including nixing a rule about employee "personal appearance" that banned men from wearing women's clothing and ladies from ...

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Mojave National Preserve (AP) - - The 7-foot-tall metal cross that has stood in California's Mojave Desert for 75 years and withstood a hard-fought battle in the Supreme Court was ripped down and stolen Sunday night, according to state officials. "This is an outrage, akin to desecrating people's graves," said Kelly Shackelford, president of the Liberty ...

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Washington Times: The Securities and Exchange Commission is facing a federal lawsuit for keeping secret the names of dozens of its supervisors, employees and contractors who spent their workdays looking at pornography on their government computers. The lawsuit, filed Friday by a Denver- and Washington-based law firm, accuses the SEC of violating federal open-records law by shielding ...

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PHOENIX (AP) - The two proposed referendum drives challenging Arizona's new sweeping law targeting illegal immigration are being abandoned, organizers said Monday. Andrew Chavez, a professional petition circulator involved in one of the efforts, said its backers pulled the plug after concluding they might not be able to time their petition filings in such a way ...

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Washington Times: A controversial law passed in Arizona giving state and local police the right to arrest anyone reasonably suspected of being an illegal immigrant is catching on nationwide, with lawmakers and others in several states considering similar legislation. Concerned about the federal government's failure to secure the nation's borders, legislators and political candidates from Georgia to ...

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2010 Census workers KHOU.com: HOUSTON—A man was killed and his family members beaten after three suspects barged into a north Houston home Saturday afternoon, police said. Investigators said one of the suspects pretended to be a census worker to gain entry into the house, located in the 400 block of Truman. Family members said the victim’s son opened the ...

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May 9, 2010 3 Comments ›› Pat Dollard

Chicago Sun-Times: E-mails and other records of Dr. Eric Whitaker -- one of President Obama's best friends -- have been subpoenaed by a federal grand jury, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned. The investigation involves "faith-based initiatives" and health-awareness campaigns funded by the Illinois Department of Public Health when Whitaker ran the agency for former Gov. Rod Blagojevich, ...

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