Tommy Henderson’s land has been in the family since 1904. That is until a court gave it to the Bureau of Land Management in 1984. Many are hoping his recent victory will be an inspiration to other land owners in the same plight.
It’s inconceivable to a San Francisco principal that students might vote for a candidate of another race. That’s why she’s upset there was not enough racial diversity in election results. All the uproar has caused a Hispanic student to reconsider his run.
Even after a prosecutor cleared an Indiana couple of killing their daughter, the state’s equivalent of child protective services continued to harass them. Now after more than 10 years, the agency is being held accountable.
California has become the third state to require a warrant for digital records and a user’s location. But it only applies to state-level investigators. Maine and Utah have previously enacted similar legislation.
The country that made the expression “Liberty, equality, fraternity” famous isn’t being so tolerant of a dissenting weatherman. The France 2 network took Philippe Verdier off the air after he wrote a book debunking climate change.