Fri, 04 Sep 2015 01:17:51 GMT

New York Times

Clerk in Kentucky Chooses Jail Over Deal on Same-Sex Marriage
New York Times
ASHLAND, Ky. — A Kentucky county clerk who has become a symbol of religious opposition to same-sex marriage was jailed Thursday after defying a federal court order to issue licenses to gay couples. The clerk, Kim Davis of Rowan County, Ky., was ...
Kentucky clerk ordered to jail for refusing to issue gay marriage licenseWashington Post
Couple Suing Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Over Marriage Licence Plan to Wed FridayNBCNews.com
Ky. clerk's office will issue marriage licenses Friday — without the clerkUSA TODAY
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Fri, 04 Sep 2015 03:17:55 GMT

NBCNews.com

Drowned Syrian Toddlers' Family Had Not Applied for Canada Entry
NBCNews.com
VANCOUVER — The family of two Syrian toddlers who drowned as they tried to reach Greece had not yet applied to enter Canada, the extended family said on Thursday, despite earlier reports that their refugee application had been rejected. A photograph ...
Aylan Kurdi's Death Resonates in Canadian Election CampaignNew York Times
Europe's asylum seeker crisis: How Australians can helpABC Online
US response to refugee crisis is nowhere near that of EuropeLos Angeles Times
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Fri, 04 Sep 2015 02:29:23 GMT

NBCNews.com

Shooting at Sacramento City College Leaves One Dead and 2 Injured
New York Times
A shooting on the grounds of Sacramento City College left one person dead, two others injured and the campus on lockdown Thursday night, the Sacramento Police Department said. The shooting took place Thursday afternoon in a parking lot near a ...
3 shot, 1 killed, gunman sought on Sacramento college campusseattlepi.com
1 dead, 2 hurt in shooting near Sacramento City College; gunman soughtLos Angeles Times
Shooting kills one, wounds two at community college in SacramentoReuters
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Fri, 04 Sep 2015 01:42:40 GMT

Los Angeles Times

Guatemala President Otto Perez Molina resigns in face of arrest warrant
Los Angeles Times
Guatemalan legislators Thursday accepted the resignation of President Otto Perez Molina, who this week lost his immunity from prosecution and saw an arrest warrant issued for him in connection with a corruption scandal. Perez Molina, who had said he ...
Ex-Guatemala president in custody over corruption scandalIrish Independent
Guatemala's Former President Detained After New President is Sworn InTIME
Guatemala's president quits, jailed pending hearing on corruption chargesReuters Canada
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Fri, 04 Sep 2015 02:47:00 GMT

New York Daily News

South Carolina prosecutors to pursue death penalty for Charleston church ...
New York Daily News
Accused South Carolina church shooter Dylann Roof will face a death penalty trial, even though some of the victims' families believe in turning the other cheek, officials said Thursday. Roof, 21, has been charged with nine counts of murder in what ...
Prosecutors to Seek Death Penalty for Dylann Roof in Charleston ShootingsNew York Times
Prosecutor to seek death penalty in Charleston church killingsCNN
Prosecutor seeks death penalty for Charleston shooterThe Sun Daily
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Fri, 04 Sep 2015 02:49:19 GMT

CBS Local

St. Louis boy, 11, left alone with sister shoots and kills persistent teen ...
CNN
(CNN) An 11-year-old left at home to defend himself and his 4-year-old sister staved off several home invasion attempts before finally shooting and killing a 16-year-old intruder, police say. Police officers arrived after 2 p.m. Thursday to the home on ...
Police: 11-Year-Old Fatally Shoots Intruder, 16, in MissouriABC News
Boy, 11, shoots, kills teen intruder in St. Louis County homecleveland.com
11-year-old shoots and kills home intruder in north St. Louis Countykplr11.com

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Fri, 04 Sep 2015 03:29:00 GMT

Los Angeles Times

3 Santa Clara County deputies arrested in mentally ill inmate's beating death
Los Angeles Times
Three jail deputies were arrested Thursday on suspicion of murder in the beating death of a mentally ill inmate in Santa Clara County — an act that Sheriff Laurie Smith described as “heinous and cowardly.” Michael James Tyree, 31, died Aug. 27 of ...
Friends, family stand by Santa Clara County jail guards accused of killing inmateSan Jose Mercury News
Three California jail deputies arrested over inmate's beating deathReuters
3 Calif. jail guards accused of killing inmateUSA TODAY
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Beatlemania Returns Thanks to Canadian Copyright Law

September 4th 2015 12:00AM
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Trial date set for city, Golden State eminent domain case

September 3rd 2015 11:15PM
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