The following editorial appeared in Thursday's Los Angeles Times:
Once upon a time, a woman we'll call Anna married a man we'll call Bert. Soon they had a son, but the marriage failed. Naturally, by law, Anna was granted custody of their son. Bert was granted visitation rights and
LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) - One-thousand miles removed from spring training, a county judge helped the Colorado Rockies finalize their opening-day lineup.
LOS ANGELES - In a case that has attracted national attention, a former high-ranking CIA officer testified Thursday on behalf of a Kurdish doctor who says he once fought against Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein but now faces deportation from the United States over concerns he is a double agent.
City workers in Oceanside, Calif. were drowning in passwords. One to check e-mail, others to see water billing records or police reports, all on top of the codes and PIN numbers they had to keep straight in their off-the-job lives.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota attracted more immigrants from a wider range of countries during most of the 1990s than in past decades, according to a Minnesota Planning report.
ST. PAUL - The governor's budget isn't all income tax cuts and mansion repairs.
...Monday to beat a midnight deadline to apply for legal status under a temporary law. The office of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service has been swamped since shortly after the temporary law took effect Dec. 21. As the May 1 deadline...
A U.S.-based Chinese scholar convicted of spying returned to the United States on Thursday after China granted her medical parole.
CHICAGO - More than 100 women and children from a fundamentalist church in Canada have fled their homes for rural communities in the Midwest over fears that authorities will seize their children because church members administer spankings with switches and paddles.
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