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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Act
Act may mean: - Source: Wikipedia
Long before their arrests, activists seeking to add discrimination protections for gays and lesbians to Idaho's Human Rights Act added lawyers: The 44 people facing misdemeanor trespass charges after Monday's demonstration inside the Capitol's Senate chambers have been promised pro-bono help.
Maryland legislators are nearing a final vote on granting in-state college tuition for many illegal immigrants, making the state one of several across the U.S. taking up local versions of the federal DREAM Act that failed in Congress.
Amtrak officials pushed the agency's longtime inspector general to resign — without telling Congress — after the watchdog official exposed wrongdoing, mismanagement and criminal activity inside the taxpayer-funded rail service, a congressional probe has found.
Sensing a new "ethic of service" in the country, first lady Michelle Obama says community service and volunteer organizations can thrive and, with mutual support, rise to meet the challenges they face during hard economic times.
The average national ACT test score for high-school graduates increased slightly for the third time in the past five years, but new test data suggests that core classes — particularly in math and science — are not preparing students enough for college work.