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If you saw a man standing outside the grocery store swinging a baton and glowering at passers-by, would you go inside? Perhaps, but more likely you would decide you didn't need arugula that night after all. True, the baton wielder never actually said,
AP Since President Barack Obama announced the nomination of Tom Perez to be the nation's next Labor Secretary, Republicans have begun preparing for a fight over Perez's history as the Justice Department's assistant attorney general for civil rights.
Perez, U.S. assistant attorney general heading the Justice Department's civil rights division, is expected to be President Obama's nominee for the next secretary of the Department of Labor. (CNN) -- President Barack Obama on Monday will announce
A person familiar with White House deliberations says President Barack Obama on Monday will nominate Justice Department official Thomas Perez to head the Labor Department. Reeling from back-to-back presidential losses and struggling to cope with the
January 23, 2013 Three men who had been imprisoned for 17 years for two murders they had long denied committing were released on Wednesday night after a judge granted the prosecution's request to vacate the last remaining convictions. Michael
Popular Tags Archives Feeds October 26, 2012 by the Freedom and Justice Project, Pelican Bay State Prison: James Williamson, Salvador Perez, Paul Jones, James Harvey, Daryel Burnett and Kenneth Carter Torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading
Florida health and disability administrators have been systematically dumping sick and disabled children -- some of them babies -- in nursing homes designed to care for elders, in violation of the youngsters' civil rights, the U.S...Hundreds of
Now, he's asking permission to receive a bonus if he can get the company back out. The company on Wednesday asked a federal bankruptcy court in Manhattan for permission to pay 15 top executives and managers, including Mr. Perez, a total of up to $8.
Luis Sepelveda, 27, and Janice Hardy, 21, were arrested at home today and hauled into a Boston court after being indicted Wednesday for allegedly misleading police investigating the fatal shooting of Stephen Perez, Jr., 22, of Revere, a former Army
45 am Financial reports for many North Bay organizations could seemingly worsen overnight after an expected change to lease accounting standards next year, and many North Bay accounting professionals are watching closely as an international effort to