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Meg Whitman Denies Wrongdoing in Hiring of Housekeeper

Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman today sharply denied allegations that she knowingly employed an illegal immigrant for nine years as a housekeeper, calling the accusation part of a smear campaign orchestrated by backers of Democratic candidate Jerry Brown.

L.A. Pastor Pleads Not Guilty to Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old Girl

A South Los Angeles church leader pleaded not guilty today to charges that he sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl who attended the church.

Troops take over Ecuador airport in protest

Ecuadoran troops Thursday took over the international airport here to protest a law cutting benefits to the police and military, an airport official said, adding all flights were suspended.

Lindsay Lohan checks into rehab at Rancho Mirage facility

The Betty Ford Center is the temporary home of actress Lindsay Lohan, who is expected to remain in a rehab program at the Rancho Mirage facility until her next court date on Oct.

ESPN’s Jay Mariotti pleads no contest to domestic violence charges

ESPN sports personality Jay Mariotti pleaded no contest today to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge stemming from a run-in last month with his girlfriend.

Britney Spears to remain under court-imposed conservatorship: judge

Britney Spears will remain under a court-imposed conservatorship for the time being, a judge said today after conducting separate closed-door sessions with the singer and her father.

Meg Whitman Denies Wrongdoing in Hiring of Housekeeper

Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman today sharply denied allegations that she knowingly employed an illegal immigrant for nine years as a housekeeper, calling the accusation part of a smear campaign orchestrated by backers of Democratic candidate Jerry Brown.

L.A. Pastor Pleads Not Guilty to Sexually Assaulting 14-Year-Old Girl

A South Los Angeles church leader pleaded not guilty today to charges that he sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl who attended the church.

Hong Kong trio convicted for Tokyo jewellery heist

A trio of Hong Kong thieves have been convicted for their roles in a 3.

EU takes Britain to court over Internet privacy

The European Commission said Friday it was taking the British government to court for failing to protect Internet user privacy.

Troops take over Ecuador airport in protest

Ecuadoran troops Thursday took over the international airport here to protest a law cutting benefits to the police and military, an airport official said, adding all flights were suspended.

US man faces terror charges for support of Somalia’s Al-Shebab

A US man arrested hours before he was scheduled to travel to Somalia to fight with a terrorist group against ""infidels"" has been indicted on two terror charges, officials said Thursday.

Pakistan halts NATO supplies to Afghanistan after attack

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