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Where a City Sees Decay, Neighbors Fight to Save a Community

Where a City Sees Decay, Neighbors Fight to Save a Community

An abandoned explosives storage bunker on the grounds of the former Indiana Army Ammunition Plant. The Pleasant Ridge neighborhood in Charlestown, Ind., was built to house the plant’s workers and
Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Mats Jarlstrom, at the intersection in Beaverton, Ore., where his wife received a red-light camera ticket.
Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Yellow-Light Crusader Fined for Doing Math Without a License

Mats Jarlstrom, at the intersection in Beaverton, Ore., where his wife received a red-light camera ticket.

Justice Department doubles down on unpopular anti-crime strategy

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced plans to increase the use of asset forfeiture Monday, expanding a heavily criticized tool that allows the Department of Justice to seize property and cash from
Man Who Sheltered Homeless People in His Basement Stops After City Order

Man Who Sheltered Homeless People in His Basement Stops After City Order

City Hall in Elgin, Ill., where government officials asked a man to shut down a makeshift homeless shelter he opened in his basement during frigid nights.
Man Who Sheltered Homeless People in His Basement Stops After City Order

Man Who Sheltered Homeless People in His Basement Stops After City Order

City Hall in Elgin, Ill., where government officials asked a man to shut down a makeshift homeless shelter he opened in his basement during frigid nights.

Customs agents took more than $40k from Texas nurse, won’t give it back unless she does this

Anthonia Nwaorie is a registered nurse from Katy, Texas who had $41,377 seized from her by U.S. Customs and Border Protection in October 2017. But…
Cleveland family suing on claims CBP seized life-savings at airport

Cleveland family suing on claims CBP seized life-savings at airport

Despicable. The post Cleveland family suing on claims CBP seized life-savings at airport appeared first on Hot Air.
Op-Ed Columnist: It Took a Village to Raise Kavanaugh

Op-Ed Columnist: It Took a Village to Raise Kavanaugh

The entrance to the courtroom at the Supreme Court in Washington.
Why a Private Landowner Is Fighting to Keep the Homeless on His Property

Why a Private Landowner Is Fighting to Keep the Homeless on His Property

Sage Lewis, an auctioneer and the owner of a marketing business, is fighting to keep open a homeless encampment on property he owns in Akron, Ohio.
Why a Private Landowner Is Fighting to Keep the Homeless on His Property

Why a Private Landowner Is Fighting to Keep the Homeless on His Property

Sage Lewis, an auctioneer and the owner of a marketing business, is fighting to keep open a homeless encampment on property he owns in Akron, Ohio.
Cuban Doctors Accuse International Agency of Profiting From Their Work

Cuban Doctors Accuse International Agency of Profiting From Their Work

Dr. Ramona Matos Rodríguez, a Cuban doctor who defected from Cuba’s medical mission in Brazil, is a plaintiff in a lawsuit that challenges the immunity of international groups.
Florida city tries to take man's home over uncut grass following family loss

Florida city tries to take man's home over uncut grass following family loss

The city of Dunedin, Florida, has authorized the foreclosure of a man's home because his lawn grew too tall while he was out of town settling his mother's estate last summer. What are the
Florida Man Faces Foreclosure Over Unmowed Yard

Florida Man Faces Foreclosure Over Unmowed Yard

Retiree Jim Ficken of Dunedin, Florida, may lose his home because his front lawn grass grew too high while he was out of town.
Home Cooking for Profit? Sure, Just Not in New Jersey

Home Cooking for Profit? Sure, Just Not in New Jersey

A nationwide boom in home-based food businesses has bypassed the Garden State, the only state that still bars such sales. But home bakers are fighting back.
Home Cooking for Profit? Sure, Just Not in New Jersey

Home Cooking for Profit? Sure, Just Not in New Jersey

A nationwide boom in home-based food businesses has bypassed the Garden State, the only state that still bars such sales. But home bakers are fighting back.
Religious Crusaders at the Supreme Court’s Gates

Religious Crusaders at the Supreme Court’s Gates

Conservative justices appear eager to take on a subject at the heart of the country’s culture wars.