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The Associated PressThe violent crime rate in the United States went down in 2009 for the third year in a row and the property crime rate fell for the seventh consecutive year, the FBI reported Monday. The decline last year amounted to 5.5 percent for violent crime compared...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersToyota Motor Corp.'s massive recalls for acceleration and braking problems are creating a huge legal liability for the company -- and Toyota owners may share in the pain. The Japanese automaker faces dozens of lawsuits over injuries and deaths attributed...
Associated Press WritersToyota owners claiming that massive safety recalls are causing the value of their vehicles to plummet have filed at least 89 class-action lawsuits that could cost the Japanese auto giant $3 billion or more, according to an Associated Press review of...
Associated Press WritersThe Louisiana judge who struck down the Obama administration's six-month ban on deepwater oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico has reported extensive investments in the oil and gas industry, according to financial disclosure reports. He's also a new...
The Swampby James Oliphant and Mark Z. Barabak BOSTON -- President Obama made a rare campaign-style visit today in a last-ditch effort to salvage the flagging Senate bid of Democratic candidate Martha Coakley and preserve the Democrats' decisive 60-vote majority...
The Associated PressA group of 22 law firms in 16 states wants to bring a national class action lawsuit against Toyota Motor Corp., alleging Toyota vehicles have lost billions of dollars in value in the wake of massive recalls. P. Tim Howard, a Northeastern University law...
Tags: Tim Howard, Toyota Motor Corp., Toyota Recalls, Education, Laws
Associated Press WriterST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Bill Golden survived more than 20 years in the Army and another 30 in law enforcement. He fell sick with colon cancer, and at 86, he has an artificial hip and arthritis in his knees. Golden still gives thanks, though,...
The Hartford CourantSTORRS Jim Calhoun and the University of Connecticut embarked on what promises to be a long-term relationship Thursday, as both sides stated clearly the Huskies' new men's basketball coach will need time to get the job done. Calhoun, who compiled a...
The Associated PressArizona's tough new law cracking down on illegal immigration is dividing police across the nation, pitting officers against their chiefs and raising questions about its potential to damage efforts to fight crime in Hispanic communities. Two officers...
It was a pleasant, late-March evening on the Duke campus and the tulips were blooming near the neo-Gothic chapel. But university president Richard Brodhead could hardly enjoy the night air. As Brodhead, a silver-haired scholar of 19th-century American...
Tags: Justice System, Entertainment, Lacrosse, Athletes, Crimes
Sun reporterTravel to a run-down stretch of Ritchie Highway for one answer to the Baltimore region's looming housing shortage. The long-boarded-up shops of Southview Shopping Center in Anne Arundel County are set to give way to homes starting at more than $300,000....
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