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Latest Clinton Decisions News
Thanks for the Celebration, but the KKK Still Haunts Selma
Clinton, Alabama
Fifty years after African American demonstrators were brutally attacked on the Edmund Pettus Bridge by law enforcement officers in Selma, Alabama, America is still grappling with race-based police violence. This week, the Department of Justice released a “searing” report detailing unconstitutional tactics and rampant racism by the Ferguson Police Department. In a press conference announcing the ...
March 08 2015
Bill Clinton urges US LGBT activists to continue equality push
Former US president Bill Clinton encouraged gay rights activists to continue their push to bring down barriers Saturday, following recent court victories for gay marriage advocates in the United States. "I've never seen a civil rights movement, at least in our country, move as far and as fast as your movement, ever" Clinton said in Washington at the annual gala for LGBT rights group Human Rights ...
October 26 2014
The Court Was Right on Race
Clinton, Alabama
The Supreme Court let states ban race as a factor in college admissions. That’s a good first step toward race-blind education that can focus on root problems.
April 23 2014
The New Republican Civil War
Clinton, Washington
The fight for the future of the Republican Party has begun. Deep in the heart of the South, a Republican runoff for the vacant seat in Alabama‘s First Congressional District has emerged as a proxy war between the GOP‘s business wing and a Tea Party movement that saw the government shutdown as just the first step in the right direction. The safe-seat skirmish between Bradley Byrne, a conservative ...
October 31 2013
Report: Alabama coach gave money to player
Alabama has placed an assistant strength and conditioning coach on administrative leave for lending money to suspended defensive back Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, The Tuscaloosa News reported Thursday.
October 10 2013
Alabama suspends Clinton-Dix indefinitely
By The Associated Press Alabama coach Nick Saban has suspended star safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix indefinitely for violating unspecified team rules.
October 02 2013
American killed in Libya protest over film
Clinton, Alabama
Protesters angered over a film that ridiculed Islam's Prophet Muhammad fired gunshots and burned down the U.S. consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, killing one American diplomat, witnesses and the State...
September 28 2012
Do-it-yourself Legal Form Websites are no Match for a Pro, Says a New Consumer Reports Study. Attor
Clinton, alabama
“I’m happy that Consumer Reports recently tested the legal documents created by LegalZoom, Nolo, and Rocket Lawyer, and found that the websites were no substitute for a real lawyer. I often refer to these do-it-yourself legal websites as “Robo-Lawyers” Evans said. “There’s a reason the “Robo-Lawyers” flunked the bar exam, and I know what it is. ...
September 21 2012
Siegelman re-sentencing underway, read WSFA 12 News' live blog
Clinton, alabama
Proceedings have begun in the re-sentencing of former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman, who will likely hear his new sentence today for his conviction on bribery and other charges.  Siegelman is in Federal Judge Mark Fuller's court and may be ordered to return immediately to prison.  Read our live blog of the proceedings.
August 27 2012
Juvenile rushed to ER after shot in the face
Clinton, alabama
A juvenile is in serious condition after he was shot in the face Saturday morning.
August 27 2012
Two Walmart employees injured after fight with suspected shoplifters
Clinton, alabama
Police arrested two suspected shoplifters after a confrontation at Walmart Thursday night.
August 27 2012
Pilot dies in plane crash at Columbus Airport
Clinton, alabama
Emergency responders were called to the Columbus Airport Saturday morning after a plane went down near the runway. 
August 27 2012
UAB: Tighter background checks connected to fewer firearms deaths
Clinton, alabama
Research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham says that states with tighter background checks on gun buyers have fewer homicide and suicide deaths by firearms...
August 27 2012
LIVE BLOG: Don Siegelman Re-sentencing
Clinton, alabama
Re-sentencing for former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman is underway today. Follow each detail as our team of reporters blogs about it from the Federal Courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama.
August 27 2012
Federal Railroad Administration approves $100,000 for study on rail service
Clinton, alabama
The Federal Railroad Administration announced it has obligated $100,000 in response to an application from the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs to study the restoration of Amtrak passenger rail service between Birmingham, Montgomery and Mobile.
August 27 2012
Neil Armstrong, first man on the moon, dies at 82
Clinton, alabama
Neil Armstrong, the astronaut who became first to walk on the moon as commander of Apollo 11, has died. He was 82 years old.
August 27 2012
Clinton Donor Among Billionaire Backers of Pro-Obama PAC - Businessweek
York, Alabama
Bill Burton, a co- founder of Priorities, is also seeking Clinton’s help in raising money, he said July 14 on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt ... created by a series of 2010 court decisions and federal regulations.
July 26 2012
Zios from Memri terrorist group love Putin, the KGB and occupation of Georgia - Kavkaz-Center
It is strictly prohibited to make extrajudicial executive orders, replacing court decisions. However, Obama and Clinton violated the principle of separation of powers in America by issuing their so-called "designations" regarding the Caucasian Emir and the ...
March 10 2012
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