By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
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The Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday overwhelmingly passed a bill that would exempt concealed handgun permits from public record requests, a response to a New York newspaper's recent publication of an interactive map of concealed-carry permit holders' names and addresses.
Pennsylvania's attorney general said she granted Gov. Tom Corbett the authority to file a federal antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA because the litigation could present a conflict of interest as her office prosecutes three Penn State administrators.
A New York newspaper that unleashed a public outcry after it published the names and addresses of residents with pistol permits is being protected by armed guards.
Officials in Putnam County, N.Y., say they will reject a newspaper's request to release the names and addresses of residents with pistol permits — a move an open-government advocate calls illegal.
A newspaper's publication of the names and addresses of handgun-permit holders in two New York counties has sparked online discussions — and a healthy dose of outrage.
The estranged wife of Robert Kennedy Jr. died of asphyxiation due to hanging, a medical examiner in suburban New York said Thursday.
With a flight attendant yelling, "Heads down, stay down," passengers cowered and prayed on a tense descent to a Kennedy Airport runway as malfunctioning landing gear sent sparks flying and left one of the plane's wings dragging along the tarmac.
The wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has been charged with driving under the influence of drugs one month after her license was suspended following her guilty plea to driving while impaired by alcohol, state police said Tuesday.
A Republican candidate for New York governor wants to turn prisons into dormitories for welfare recipients so they can get state-sponsored jobs, job training and lessons in "personal hygiene."