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US Government Still Holds 565 Immigrant Children

The US government continues to hold 565 illegal immigrant children in custody, three weeks after a court deadline to reunite them with parents or guardians, a court filing showed Friday.

LAPD Police Commission Mandates 2-Week Stand Down After Police Shootings

Los Angeles police officers who shoot someone will have to wait at least two weeks before returning to the field under a policy approved by the five-member civilian panel that oversees the department.

Texan Behind 3-D Printer Gun Vows Legal Fight as White House Endorses Court Ruling

A US gun rights advocate began gearing up for a legal fight Wednesday to be able to publish online blueprints for 3D-printed firearms, as the White House signaled support for a federal judge's decision to block the venture.

Chile Prosecutors Seek Vatican Files of Priests in Sex Scandal

Prosecutors in Chile on Wednesday said they have requested the Vatican files of nine Chilean priests being investigated for sexual abuses.

Beverly Hills News – City Council Bans Electric Scooters

Beverly Hills Police To Hold National Night Out Block Party August 7

The Beverly Hills Police Department will be out in force for National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7, with live demonstrations and displays, kid-friendly activities and a host of fun for the entire family.

Donald Trump Jr. Says He is Not Worried About Going to Jail

US President Donald Trump's eldest son said he was not worried that he could be jailed over his role in the Russia probe, but suggested investigators might try to "create" legal difficulties for him.

Baca Appeal To Be Heard In Pasadena

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca will have his appeal heard in November, more than a year after a federal jury convicted him of obstruction of justice and lying, crimes for which the ex- lawman was sentenced to three years behind bars.

Suspect, Motive, Still Unknown in Mysterious Malibu Creek State Park Shooting Death

A sheriff's department commander says the mysterious shooting death of an Irvine father at Malibu Creek State Park in June is not believed to have been gang-related and remains under investigation.

US Government Still Holds 565 Immigrant Children

The US government continues to hold 565 illegal immigrant children in custody, three weeks after a court deadline to reunite them with parents or guardians, a court filing showed Friday.

LAPD Police Commission Mandates 2-Week Stand Down After Police Shootings

Los Angeles police officers who shoot someone will have to wait at least two weeks before returning to the field under a policy approved by the five-member civilian panel that oversees the department.

Grand Jury Report Tells of 300 Predator Priests in Pennsylvania

US Probes Claims Pharma Giants Aided Iraq Insurgency

US investigators are probing claims AstraZeneca and other medical giants that worked with the Iraqi government between 2005 and 2009 provided drugs and supplies that would go on to be used to fund terror attacks.

Texan Behind 3-D Printer Gun Vows Legal Fight as White House Endorses Court Ruling

A US gun rights advocate began gearing up for a legal fight Wednesday to be able to publish online blueprints for 3D-printed firearms, as the White House signaled support for a federal judge's decision to block the venture.

Chile Prosecutors Seek Vatican Files of Priests in Sex Scandal

Prosecutors in Chile on Wednesday said they have requested the Vatican files of nine Chilean priests being investigated for sexual abuses.

Arleta Man Gets Five Years for Role in Global Money Laundering Scheme

An Arleta man was sentenced Wednesday to five years in federal prison for his role in a black-market "hawala" money laundering scheme that transferred about $4.5 million on behalf of the Sinaloa Cartel and its drug trafficking affiliates.
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