Archives for January 2014

Lawyers to renew push for reporter’s sources in Colorado shooting case – Chicago Tribune


Washington Post
Lawyers to renew push for reporter's sources in Colorado shooting case
Chicago Tribune
DENVER (Reuters) – An attorney for accused Colorado movie theater gunman James Holmes said on Friday that the defense will petition the U.S. Supreme Court to force a reporter to divulge confidential sources she used for a story about the massacre.
Holmes defense to take reporter to Supreme CourtWashington Post

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Republicans’ Immigration Blueprint Leaves Party at Odds and Democrats Hopeful – New York Times


San Francisco Chronicle
Republicans' Immigration Blueprint Leaves Party at Odds and Democrats Hopeful
New York Times
CAMBRIDGE, Md. — The House Republican leadership's call on Thursday to provide legal status for 11 million undocumented workers, and possible citizenship for those brought to this country as children, caused sharp division within the party even as it 
House Republicans Unveil Their Immigration PlanWall Street Journal
Analysts Say Republicans Under Pressure on Immigration ReformVoice of America
Pelosi squelches retirement speculationSan Francisco Chronicle
MiamiHerald.com -Palm Beach Post
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Navy admiral is pick for next head of NSA – NBCNews.com


Politico
Navy admiral is pick for next head of NSA
NBCNews.com
The Obama administration has chosen Vice Admiral Michael Rogers as the next director of the National Security Agency. Rogers, who currently leads naval intelligence operations, is the pick to replace General Keith Alexander, who is retiring in March.
US government names Navy man to head beleaguered NSAReuters
Obama Taps Admiral to Run NSAVoice of America
Obama Plans to Name Navy Vice Admiral Rogers as Next NSA ChiefBusinessweek
Register -Tribune-Review -GovInfoSecurity.com
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Yahoo resets passwords after email hack – Computerworld


San Francisco Chronicle
Yahoo resets passwords after email hack
Computerworld
IDG News Service – Yahoo has been resetting email accounts that were targeted in an attack apparently aimed at collecting personal information from recently sent messages, the company said Thursday. The list of usernames and passwords used for the 
Criminals attempt mass attack against Yahoo Mail accountsZDNet
Yahoo Mail Accounts Breached; Passwords HackedKTLA
Yahoo Identifies Effort to Break Into Users' E-Mail AccountsBloomberg
Stuff.co.nz -KTXL -The Wire
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Super Bowl Fever Hits Midtown, but Many There Aren’t Catching It – New York Times


Philly.com
Super Bowl Fever Hits Midtown, but Many There Aren't Catching It
New York Times
Cliff Jacobs, of Peters Flowers and Gifts on Broadway, says Super Bowl Boulevard has disrupted the shop's business. Michael Appleton for The New York Times. The orchids are dying, and Cliff Jacobs blames the Super Bowl. No, the kickoff is not until 
UPDATE 1-NY City officials bust drug, prostitution ring ahead of Super BowlReuters
Ahead of Super Bowl, a push to raise awareness about human trafficking (+video)Christian Science Monitor
Autograph hounds descend on 'Super Bowl Boulevard'Newsday
Sky News -News 12 Long Island -CNN
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New York to End Frisking Lawsuit With Settlement – New York Times


Boston Globe
New York to End Frisking Lawsuit With Settlement
New York Times
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the city had reached an agreement with civil rights lawyers who argued that the Police Department's policy violated minorities' rights. New York City will settle its long-running legal battle over the Police Department's 
De Blasio, stop-and-frisk foes in settlement dealamNY
Mayor: City to Drop Stop-and-Frisk Appeal, Begin ReformsNY1
NYC mayor won't attend high-priced Super BowlDaily Astorian
Thegardenisland.com
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US Is Seeking Death Penalty in Boston Case – New York Times


NPR
US Is Seeking Death Penalty in Boston Case
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department said Thursday that it would seek the death penalty against Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, the man accused of killing and maiming people with homemade bombs at the Boston Marathon finish line last year. The decision sets 
US to seek death penalty in Boston bombing caseWashington Post
Federal prosecutors to seek death penalty against Marathon terror bomb suspect Boston.com
US to seek death penalty for accused Boston Marathon bomberReuters
Boston Globe -USA TODAY -Telegraph.co.uk
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Amanda Knox convicted again of Briton’s murder – Reuters


Wall Street Journal
Amanda Knox convicted again of Briton's murder
Reuters
FLORENCE, Italy (Reuters) – American student Amanda Knox and her former Italian boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were found guilty on Thursday for the second time of the 2007 murder of Briton Meredith Kercher, in a retrial that reversed an earlier appeal 
Amanda Knox's Parents Angry, Stunned Over Guilty VerdictABC News
The American student has been found guilty of murdering British roommate in a TIME
Kercher family: 'Nothing's going to bring her back'BBC News
Houston Chronicle -ABC Online -Wall Street Journal
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Fluke ‘strongly considering’ run for Congress – NBCNews.com


Politico
Fluke 'strongly considering' run for Congress
NBCNews.com
By Frank Thorp, NBC News. Sandra Fluke, the attorney made famous when she was not allowed to testify at a House hearing on President Barack Obama's policies on contraceptives and religious organizations, says she is "strongly considering running" for 
2014 will see big changes for voice of Calif. in CongressNews10.net
With Waxman's Retirement, Environmental Groups Will Lose A Key Ally In The Huffington Post
'End of an era': Washington reacts to Rep. Henry Waxman's retirementLos Angeles Times
USA TODAY -New York Magazine -Politico
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MSNBC apologizes for Cheerios tweet hitting ‘right wing’ – fox6now.com


The Guardian
MSNBC apologizes for Cheerios tweet hitting 'right wing'
fox6now.com
(CNN) — MSNBC President Phil Griffin apologized Thursday for what he called an “offensive” network tweet, which suggested that conservatives may “hate” a Cheerios Super Bowl ad featuring a racially mixed family. Griffin said the person responsible for the 
MSNBC apologies for tweet that drew GOP ireCapitalGazette.com

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