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A former St. Louis police detective who admitted beating a handcuffed suspect faces more than four years in federal prison for a civil rights violation.
The case led to the resignation of a city prosecutor, Bliss Worrell, who pleaded guilty to charges accusing her of concealing her knowledge of Carroll's assault.
New Mexico political delegates to the Democratic National Convention who supported Bernie Sanders are giving Hillary Clinton a second look amid a deluge of testimonials highlighting the presidential nominee's record of public service.
The 65-year-old film location manager expressed lingering concerns about Clinton's financial ties to big corporations and whether she is willing to resort to military force in foreign policy but said speeches by Bill Clinton and other politicians had changed his outlook.
Lujan, chairman of the Democratic congressional campaign committee, highlighted his Hispanic heritage and community values handed down through a family of rural pioneers and union workers that first settled in New Mexico before statehood.
Wyoming state government is considering a proposed rule to allow state agencies to charge the public for staff time required to respond to requests to inspect electronic records.
While some media and public interest groups warn that enacting the rules could stifle public scrutiny of government operations, senior state lawmakers say the changes are necessary to keep agencies from getting swamped by information requests.
If folks in Wyoming want to pay their state employees to be responding constantly to document requests from litigants, from the press, and they don't want them to shoulder the burden of the costs, then we've got to build that into our budgets.
Shannon Anderson, organizer with the Powder River Basin Resource Council, said Wednesday the proposed rule threatens to choke her group's ability to track activities at the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality and other agencies.
Dean Fausset, director of the Department of Administration and Information, said Wednesday the proposed rule would apply to government email and other information in electronic formats that would require staff time to reproduce or make available for inspection.
Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid delivered a blistering critique of Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress in his final address at a Democratic National Convention before retirement.
Reid, a Nevada superdelegate, praised "my forever friend, Bernie Sanders" and plugged the candidate he's endorsed to take his seat, Catherine Cortez Masto, before praising Hillary Clinton as "the most qualified and prepared candidate in the history of America," according to prepared remarks.
Hillary Clinton officially won the Democratic nomination Tuesday night, marking the first time in history that a woman has been nominated by a major U.