The Missouri Supreme Court refused on Saturday to halt the execution of a deputy sheriff's killer over claims that he is mentally incompetent because of a brain injury he suffered in a sawmill accident.
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The chairman of the Missouri Republican Party mounted a public defense of his reputation Thursday as several state lawmakers called for his resignation over his alleged involvement in an anti-Semitic whispering campaign against a state auditor who killed himself.
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Hotel owner Munir Ahmad Chaudary was sentenced Monday to 27 months in prison in a federal case that highlights the U.S. Justice Department’s prosecutorial shift away from workplace immigration raids to targeting employers who knowingly hire people who are not in the U.S. legally to gain an unfair competitive advantage.Read More »
The families of three people who were shot to death last year outside two Jewish sites in Kansas are planning a week of events that they hope will honor the victims, bring healing and promote appreciation for diversity.Read More »
It’s sad to say goodbye in this my final column. Even so, it’s still a happy ending because we leave for the right reasons and because we leave you in excellent hands.Read More »