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Archive: February 05, 2014

PHOTO: The Suffolk County Police Department is being investigated for allegedly targeting Latinos during traffic stops. Credit: Suffolk County PD

NEW YORK - The Suffolk County district attorney is getting a big thumbs-up for his decision to probe police traffic stops. District Attorney Thomas Spota confirmed that his office is investigating allegations that Latino immigrants were targeted for traffic stops and that cash may have been stolen ...Read More

PHOTO: Cody Nicholas of Clay County brought his sons Jamie and Brian to the State Capitol for Kids and Families Day Tuesday, the same day as one of the bills backed by the day's organizers cleared a tough committee. PHOTO by Dan Heyman

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Between 600 and 800 children, parents and allies flooded the West Virginia Capitol on Tuesday for Kids and Families Day, and one of the bills the day's organizers were pressing cleared a tough committee. The Senate Health panel passed SB 6, requiring a prescription for decongest ...Read More

PHOTO: The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has issued a report on the federal coal management program at the Bureau of Land Management. It notes problems relating to competition, and oversight to determine fair market value. Photo courtesy of mt.gov

BILLINGS, Mont. - A Government Accountability Office report on the federal Bureau of Land Management’s coal-management program has outlined a number of problems related to competition, and oversight in determining fair market value of federal coal leases. In 90 percent of leases reviewed, the ...Read More

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