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Former NBA player Lamar Odom pleaded no contest Monday to a drunken driving charge and accepted a sentence of three years' probation and three months of alcohol abuse treatment.
A judge has dismissed an Iraq War veteran's appeal seeking to regain personalized license plates that include a term deemed offensive by some Arab-Americans.
The GOP effort to hold hearings about Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' role in the technical disaster at the heart of the Obamacare exchanges is breathtakingly politically misguided ("Sebelius to appear before House on Obamacare on Oct. 30," Web, Oct. 21).
A fortnight after the government's grand reopening, Americans have shrugged off the "evil" of the shutdown. The Democrats crafted their entire legislative agenda around a vow to resist delaying Obamacare, hoping that points collected from outraged voters could be cashed at the midterm elections. If voters don't care about the shutdown a fortnight later, it's hard to see how it would matter a year from now.
Titles are often euphemisms to hide what a bill is all about
Most states now have some form of voter-ID laws — and many have come under attack from both the Department of Justice and various civil rights groups challenging the constitutionality of the laws that they claim disenfranchise people. Some high-profile political figures, including former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, have even mildly attacked the Supreme Court for recently striking down one provision of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
"ICUHAJI." That's the root of a legal battle between Iraq war veteran Sean Bujno and the commonwealth of Virginia.
The District's automated traffic enforcement program increased its revenue by more than 100 percent from 2011 to 2012, jumping from $42.9 million to $95.6 million, according to figures released Thursday by the city.
D.C. Attorney General Irvin B. Nathan took the unusual step this week of opining on the dismissal of a speed-camera citation issued to a Metropolitan Police Department sergeant who captured widespread attention last month from the public, consumer advocates and the media when he successfully appealed a Third Street Tunnel ticket to the Department of Motor Vehicles.