Kagan pushes back on GOP questioning

By David Lightman and Michael Doyle McClatchy Newspapers (MCT) WASHINGTON — A poised Elena Kagan on Tuesday spent the second day of her Supreme Court confirmation hearing

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World Cup’s mistakes may be avoided with use of technology

Thank you, FIFA, for robbing the United States of its deserved win against Slovenia, June 18. In minute 86

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Murder, and then stares, in L.A.’s Koreatown

By Victoria Kim Los Angeles Times (MCT) LOS ANGELES — The screams shattered the late-afternoon calm of the apartment building. A middle-aged woman stumbled

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Obama, Europeans split on economic policy

By Steven Thomma McClatchy Newspapers (MCT) TORONTO, Canada — They talked nice, but President Barack Obama and European leaders failed Saturday to bridge a fast-growing

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Jessica Shekell Preliminary Hearing

On Thursday June 24, 2010, the preliminary trial for alleged “wrong-way” driver Jessica Shekell concluded, after starting June 18.

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A lesson in for-profit schools they won’t soon forget

By Cynthia Dizikes Chicago Tribune (MCT) CHICAGO — When Denise Parnell enrolled in the Illinois School of Health Careers last summer, she was told she could use

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Obama replaces McChrystal with Petraeus

By Margaret Talev and Nancy A. Youssef McClatchy Newspapers (MCT) WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Wednesday accepted the resignation of Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal as the

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Who’s making money off medical marijuana? It’s not who you’d think

By Katherine Yung Detroit Free Press (MCT) DETROIT — In a small second-story office on Main Street in Ann Arbor, Mich., Liberty Clinic is doing brisk business, selling

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