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Police in Savannah, Georgia, fatally shot a handcuffed man who they say kicked out a patrol car window and tried to escape with a gun. Officers arrested 29-year-old Charles Smith about 11 a.m. Thursday on outstanding warrants, reported The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and his hands were cuffed behi
The Central Intelligence Agency declassified hundreds of documents Thursday from its in-house journal, Studies in Intelligence. Among the articles was a compilation of quotes, apparently from the 1980s, culled from years of real CIA performance reviews where the supervisor clearly failed to fully articulate the intended critique. Read full article >>
Gov. Jerry Brown argues the state can't afford to better compensate low-paid home health care workers, but he's found hundreds of millions of dollars for corporate tax breaks, Dan says.
More than 4,000 home care providers and the seniors and people with disabilities for whom they provide care rallied on the south lawn of the Capitol on June 5, 2014.
The Kansas Supreme Court on Thursday dropped the latest variable into the 2014 battle for the Senate, ruling that Democrat Chad Taylor, who dropped out of the state's Senate race but was initially kept on the ballot, must now be removed from said ballot. Read full article >>
Lafayette bribery trial delayed until after electionBayoubuzzLAFAYETTE — A trial that would have delved into a bribery scandal at the District Attorney's Office just as District Attorney Mike Harson faced re-election on Nov. 4 has been delayed until December. Lafayette private investigator Robert Williamson is accused Bribery trial involving DA's office delayed until after electionThe Daily Advertiserall 5 news articles »