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Activists: 7,000 killed in Syrian rebel infighting
Homeland, California
Syrian activists say up to 7,000 people, mostly rebels fighting to overthrow President Bashar Assad, have been killed in infighting among rival Islamic groups across the opposition-held territory in the north.
July 20 2014
Sociologists to explore economic inequality at annual meeting in San Francisco, Aug. 16-19
Homeland, california
( American Sociological Association ) The conference will feature nearly 600 sessions and more than 3,600 studies covering such subjects as family, education, sex, health, religion, work, same-sex marriage, immigration, bullying, race, social media, crime, relationships, gender, technology, socioeconomics, children, disability, political participation, neighborhood life, substance abuse, climate ...
June 28 2014
Iraqi man wags finger at jurors as guilty verdict is given in wife’s fatal beating
Homeland, california
EL CAJON, California (AP) — An Iraqi immigrant has been sentenced in California to 25 years to life in prison for his wife’s fatal beating, which initially drew international condemnation when authorities believed it was a hate crime. Kassim Alhimidi was sentenced Monday in San Diego County Superior Court after yelling out to the courtroom […]
June 28 2014
Husband of murdered Iraqi woman sentenced in California to 26 years to life
Homeland, california
A California judge has sentenced an Iraqi immigrant to 26 years-to-life in prison for his wife's fatal beating, which initially drew international condemnation when authorities believed it was a hate crime.
June 28 2014
CSD fire officials propose first responder fee
Homeland, california
Every day, fire agencies in Sacramento County are faced with medical and traumatic emergencies that threaten the lives of individuals and require medical treatment in the field and at a hospital.
June 28 2014
Racism claim dooms bid to honor Mark Twain in NV
Nevada
RENO, Nev. (AP) - A state panel has effectively killed a bid to name a Lake Tahoe cove for Mark Twain, citing opposition from a tribe who claims he held racist views on Native Americans. The Nevada State Board on Geographic Names this week voted to indefinitely table the request after hearing opposition from the Washoe Tribe of Nevada and California, whose ancestral homeland includes Tahoe. ...
June 05 2014
US to let some high-skilled immigrant spouses work
Homeland, California
The Obama administration wants to allow some spouses of high-skilled immigrants to work in the United States, the departments of Homeland Security and Commerce announced Tuesday.
May 20 2014
4 people found dead in Southern California home
Homeland, California
Authorities say four people have been found dead inside a Southern California home following what investigators believe might have been a murder-suicide.
May 20 2014
Ritzer family releases video thanking supporters
Homeland, California
ANDOVER — As thousands began gathering for this morning's Step Up for Colleen 5K in Andover, the family of Danvers High School teacher Colleen Ritzer released a video thanking supporters for their outpouring of support since their daughter's murder l
May 14 2014
Bids for EOC expansion opened
Homeland, California
Dozens of contractors packed into the Madison Fiscal Court meeting Tuesday morning as 42 bids were opened for the expansion of the county’s Emergency Operations Center. The project was divided into a dozen separate categories, such as paving, roofing and electrical work. Contractors also could bid on combinations of the categories for one price. After being opened and read, the bids will be ...
March 21 2014
Henrikson held without bail, claims ties to organized crime - Tue, 28 Jan 2014 PST
Homeland, California
The man implicated in the shooting death of a Spokane businessman has been ordered held without bail pending trial on a federal weapons charge.
February 16 2014
Calgary murder victim Joel Zalsos suffered multiple stab wounds, medical examiner tells court
Homeland, California
Court heard in graphic and disturbing detail the extensive injuries sustained by a man slain about a month after coming to Canada to be with his wife.
November 29 2013
LAX shooter's family releases statement; Paul Ciancia hospitalized under guard
Homeland, California
The family of the man who opened fire at Los Angeles International Airport expressed sympathy Monday for the victims of the attack.
November 09 2013
Nassau County Police Probe Inflammatory Tweets About Officer
Homeland, California
Nassau County police have launched an investigation, after a series of threatening tweets targeting Officer Nikolas Budimlic – the officer who accidentally shot and killed a Hosftra University student last May.
October 19 2013
US: Syrian chemical weapon stockpile barely dented
Homeland, California
The U.S. envoy to the United Nations says Syrian President Bashar Assad "has barely put a dent in his enormous stockpile" of chemical weapons that American officials believe killed more than 1,400 people outside Damascus...
September 10 2013
Europe weighs on Vodafone's Q1 revenues
Homeland, California
The military's highest court has denied a government request to reconsider the overturned murder conviction of a Marine who has served more than half of his 11-year sentence in one of the biggest war crime cases...
July 25 2013
Military court denies Navy appeal in Iraq war case
Homeland, California
The military's highest court has denied a government request to reconsider the overturned murder conviction of a Marine who has served more than half of his 11-year sentence in one of the biggest war crime cases to...
July 21 2013
FEATURE: Undocumented Pinoys in US tell their stories
Homeland, california
Daly City, California (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Twenty-six greuelling years away from the family. That's how long Malou, an undocumented Filipina, has suffered while hiding in the shadows of the community in America, doing odd jobs on and off as a caregiver, nanny or house help.
May 22 2013
A house for Mother's Day, a viral video for Las Vegas son
Homeland, california
Dao Vahn lost nearly everything to cervical cancer. The 52-year-old mother lost her health, her house and almost her business. Vahn's youngest son, Michael Luangrath, did everything he could to help his single mother. Luangrath dropped out of college and quit his job to care for his mother.
May 22 2013
Obama administration simplifies health insurance application; income details still required
Homeland, california
WASHINGTON - After a storm of complaints, the Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled simplified forms to apply for insurance under the president's new health care law. You won't have to lay bare your ...
May 22 2013
Outcry leads to easier forms to apply for health care
Homeland, california
Benefits » Process for uninsured to get coverage still requires that finances be laid bare.
May 22 2013
To apply for health care, bare finances
Homeland, california
WASHINGTON -- After a storm of complaints, the Obama administration on Tuesday, April 30, unveiled simplified forms to apply for insurance under the president's new health care law.
May 22 2013
Health-care forms will require your financial history
Homeland, california
WASHINGTON (AP) -- After a storm of complaints, the Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled simplified forms to apply for insurance under the president's new health care law.
May 22 2013
Laying bare your finances to apply for health care, but more simply
Homeland, california
WASHINGTON — After a storm of complaints, the Obama administration on Tuesday unveiled simplified forms to apply for insurance under the president’s new health care law. You won’t have to lay bare your medical history but you will have to detail your finances.
May 22 2013
Officials to public: Send photos, video from Boston Marathon bombings
Homeland, California
Casting for additional leads, authorities pleaded Tuesday with spectators from the Boston Marathon to send photos and video that may shed light on who set off two shrapnel-studded bombs that killed three people and injured at least 176. The top FBI official in Boston vowed to go …
April 23 2013
Officials ask public to hunt for clues in Boston explosions; bombs believed to be pressure cookers
Homeland, California
Casting for additional leads, authorities pleaded Tuesday with spectators from the Boston Marathon to send photos and video that may shed light on who set off two shrapnel-studded bombs that killed three people and injured at least 176. Law enforcement officials familiar with th …
April 23 2013
Woman receives life sentence in connection to 2009 murder of man in White Marsh apartment
Homeland, California
Police say body was dismembered, disposed of in Loch Raven and Liberty Road areas A Jamaican woman received a life sentence Friday for murder in connection with the 2009 death of a man in a White Marsh apartment – after which officials say she and her co-conspirators dismembered the body and disposed of pieces in the Loch Raven and Liberty Road areas.
April 23 2013
Court: US custody case not moot with child abroad
Homeland, California
The Salisbury, Md. police department thought they had finally caught a break. More >>
March 02 2013
U.S. court to review decision allowing government to conceal evidence proving Five’s innocence
Homeland, California
IF the evidence relating to the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters concealed by the U.S. government were to be released, it would provide irrefutable and convincing arguments to prove their innocence, free them immediately and allow them to return to their homeland.
February 10 2013
Trial begins for Border Patrol agents accused of sex during Cirque du Soleil
Homeland, California
The trial began Monday for two Border Patrol agents accused of committing a sex act during a Cirque du Soleil performance at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
February 05 2013
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