A journalist in Sudan was found guilty of wearing pants against the Islamic dress code. She was fined, not whipped.
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Is assisted suicide a right people have under state constitutions? This has to do with the right of privacy.
We look at a new Naperville, IL, ordinance, spurred by one man, a lone protester downtown, against the 14th Amendment.
2 US journalists have received a “special pardon” from North Korea and have been released from prison.
The concealed-carry laws will not be expanded to include cross-state rights by an amendment to the annual military authorization bill.
http://www.nytimes.com/learning/students/pop/articles/19scotus.html The Supreme Court of the United States ruled on Thursday, 5-4, that defendants don’t have a right under the Constitution to test evidence against…
Former Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich appears on reality shows. Can IL government clean up its act. Apparently not.
The 2 journalists were sentenced for illicit acts, including illegally crossing the border into N. Korea from China.
The president considers allowing Gitmo detainees to plead guilty to capital crimes, which would protect top secret information from being revealed.
The texting-while-driving accident caused 1 death and will land the driver a 12-week jail sentence.