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Polygamous Montana trio applies for wedding license
HELENA, Mont. – A Montana man said Wednesday that he was inspired by last week’s U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage to apply for a marriage license so that he can legally wed his second wife. Nathan Collier and…
Feds go after motorcycle gang members – by claiming rights to their logo
Big to-do list for Sixteeners in N.H.
Fox News Poll: Voters say government is the problem, taxes are too high
Soft-on-crime policies leading to more crime?
As overcrowding and budget shortfalls plague U.S. jails, the response increasingly has been to go softer on sentencing. But that trend is raising concerns that the jails are only feeding the problem, releasing criminals who in turn go on to…
Washington county considering ‘book and release’ policy for criminal defendants
King County in Washington State could be about to get a lot softer on crime. County Executive Dow Constantine announced that if judges, prosecutors and public defenders can’t figure out a way to speed up the time it takes criminal…
Passions heated over proposed EPA rule on plant emissions
Can organic farming save us from overexposure to pesticides?
(REUTERS/Mike Blake/Files) Organic produce is unlike its conventionally-grown counterpart. Careful steps are taken to ensure every carrot, strawberry, beet, potato or head of lettuce is cultivated using organic, time-tested practices, like spreading house-made fertilizer on crops or irrigating from open…