2 Pa. teens plead not guilty to federal hate crime in immigrant’s beating death

Pa. teens plead not guilty to hate crime charge

DC government asks judge to dismiss suit by gay-marriage opponents seeking ballot initiative

DC asks judge to dismiss gay marriage lawsuit

Civil rights group SCLC removes board chairman, treasurer, amid probe of mismanagement claims

Civil rights group SCLC unseats 2 leaders in probe

ACLU challenges RI school systems “pay-to-play” mandate for student athletes

ACLU contests RI school’s pay-to-play sports edict

Pa. teens charged with federal hate crime in immigrant’s beating death set for arraignment

Pa. teens to be arraigned on hate crime charge

Lawmakers legalize gay marriage in Mexico City, first capital in Latin American to do so

Mexico City 1st in region to approve gay marriage

UN: Ugandan-led Lord’s Resistance Army attacks in Sudan, Congo may be crimes against humanity

UN: Ugandan rebel attacks may have been war crimes

AP Interview: US dad hopes Brazil judge will give him custody of son after 5-year battle

President Barack Obama speaks briefly on Afghanistan

RI police officer charged with assault after video allegedly shows him kicking cuffed woman

RI officer charged with assault on cuffed woman

Accused Mumbai gunman recants his confession for last year’s siege saying he was tortured

Mumbai gunman recants confession, alleges torture

Calif. parks department to address equality for women, gays in response to lesbian ranger suit

CA parks agency settles lesbian harassment suit

FBI investigates after RI cop is accused of beating suspect in attack caught on video

FBI investigating after video shows RI cop beating

Human Rights Watch: Guinea military planned, carried out and covered up massacre

Human Rights Watch: Guinea massacre premeditated

Justice Department says 2009 has more federal hate crime cases than in any year since 2001

President Barack Obama speaks briefly on Afghanistan

Gunshot residue found on both women involved in Calif. murder suicide that left 4 dead

Gun residue on both women in Calif. murder suicide

Georgetown University’s NAACP chapter among groups who say campus satire is racist

Georgetown students say campus satire is racist

Deputies will do DNA tests to determine killer of family in California

DNA tests aim to identify Calif. family killer

Investigators piece together clues in shooting deaths of 4 family members in Orange County

Custody dispute may have led to shooting deaths

Inter-American rights court condemns Mexico in ‘dirty war’ disappearance

Rights court condemns Mexico in ‘dirty war’ case

Appeals court agrees that uniform maker Cintas used unfair labor practices

Appeals court rules against Cintas

CINCINNATI — A federal appeals court agreed Tuesday that the Cintas Corp., the nation’s largest uniform supplier, violated employee rights by cracking down on workers who showed union support.

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Pa. police accused of lying in probe of fatal attack on immigrant by high school athletes

Pa. police accused of cover-up in immigrant attack

Cops: 4 family members, including 2 young kids, found dead in upscalde Calif. gated community

4 family members found dead in upscale Calif. home

Atlanta adding to tourist appeal of Olympic Park area with 3 new museums in next 5 years

Atlanta Olympic Park area: 3 new museums, 5 years

Guinea’s military junta rejects proposal to send foreign troops to prevent further violence

Guinea: Junta rejects proposal for foreign troops

Report: UN-backed Congolese troops deliberately killing civilians in east Congo;

Report: UN-backed Congo troops killing civilians

Report: 1,400 civilians killed in east Congo in 9-month period; group calls for UN to do more

Report: 1,400 killed in east Congo over 9 months

Guinea: W.African bloc calls for troops to prevent violence after assassination attempt

Guinea: W.African bloc calls for preventive troops

Human Rights Watch says Libyan dissidents still targeted despite some expansion of freedoms

Rights group says Libya still behind on freedoms

Ravens LB Suggs agrees to protective in domestic violence case, denies wrongdoing

Protective order granted against Ravens LB Suggs


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