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Owners of a towboat used to rescue two barges washed away by Arkansas River floodwaters earlier this year filed a complaint in federal court seeking to shield the company from liability resulting from lost product and damages.
ST. PETER, Minn. — A female security guard at the state sex offender treatment center here has been charged with sexually assaulting a male patient committed as a sexually dangerous person.
Police officers in Washington, D.C. wearing body cameras reported using force about as often as colleagues who didn't have them, and citizen complaints against the two groups were about even, according to a new study that bucks early expectations about the impact of the devices.
FRANKFORT, Ky. – A government ethics board has concluded Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin had no conflict of interest in purchasing a home and 10 acres of land below appraised value in an upscale Louisville suburb from a major political donor who Bevin appointed to a state board.
FRANKFORT – Gov. Matt Bevin did not violate the ethics code when he purchased a home in Anchorage at a price below its listed value for tax purposes from Neil Ramsey, a supporter whom Bevin appointed to the Kentucky Retirement System Board of Trustees, according to an opinion issued by the Executive Branch Ethics Commission.
For two years, the historian had been visiting a National Archives facility in Maryland to review files on U.S. pilots who had crashed in German-controlled Europe during World War II.
Citing his First Amendment rights and religious protections under the Civil Rights Act, a Social Security Administration judge in Texas who refused to watch an LGBT diversity training video is suing his superiors to avoid being fired, saying he was subject to a "religiously hostile work environment."