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O.J. Simpson could be out of prison in October

WASHINGTON – O.J. Simpson broke into tears when he was granted parole on Thursday after serving 9 years of a 33-year sentence in a Nevada prison for an armed robbery. After deliberating for about 30 minutes, the four members of the […]

O.J. Simpson could be out of prison in October

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WASHINGTON – O.J. Simpson broke into tears when he was granted parole on Thursday after serving 9 years of a 33-year sentence in a Nevada prison for an armed robbery. After deliberating for about 30 minutes, the four members of the […]

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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard outraged by border wall funding in spending bill

Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA-40) released a statement Wednesday concerning the GOP’s addition of money for President Trump’s border wall to a general funding bill. “I am outraged at the addition of

Gov. Kasich: “Amazing Grace” starts with you

Recently, at the Community Church in Woodland Hills, California, a woman sang “Amazing Grace.” She sang slow with sweet, lilting sorrow, letting each dolorous, weighty note saturate the space

Sacred Fools Theatre Company presents “Any Night” and it is not ordinary

As the show begins there are two players on stage. Their relationship is at best vague yet in some ways strong. There is some dancing and dialogue evolves as

Detwiler Fire forces evacuation of Mariposa

The Detwiler Fire in Northern California has forced a mandatory evacuation for the town of Mariposa. The fire has grown to more than 45,000 acres and is only seven percent

Clippers announce they signed All-Star Blake Griffin

In an announcement that wasn’t unexpected — but welcomed by the fans nonetheless — the Los Angeles Clippers announced they have resigned their All-Star power forward Blake Griffin. His contract

Retirement revisited

Retirement revisited: the Nobility of

Lakers win Las Vegas Summer League Championship

On Monday Night the Los Angeles Lakers won the Las Vegas Summer League tournament, beating the Portland Trail Blazers 110-98. They got to the championship game largely by the

Frank Serpico tells his story

On June 2, 2017, the Baltimore Post-Examiner published Frank Serpico: NYPD corruption buster. I suggest that before you read this story, read that one first, as it sets the

Minneapolis police kill unarmed woman in her pajamas

Justine Ruszczyk Damond is a native of Australia. WASHINGTON – A woman who was planning to get married next month was fatally shot Saturday night by a Minneapolis police officer whom

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