"San Jose v. MLB: Delay name of game in battle over A's move."
In today's edition of The San Jose Mercury News, Howard Mintz has an article
that begins, "San Jose's antitrust case against Major League Baseball over the long-stalled plan to move the Oakland A's to the South Bay is now headed to a federal appeals court -- but delay on a final outcome will continue to be the name of the game."
And Henry K. Lee of The San Francisco Chronicle reports that "Judge allows San Jose A's lawsuit appeal to proceed."
"The death of a prosecutor: Ten years after Jonathan Luna's body was found far from his Baltimore home, his death remains unsolved." This front page article
will appear in tomorrow's edition of The Washington Post Magazine.
"Prosecutor misconduct and the most interesting man in the world":
Senior U.S. District Judge Richard G. Kopf
has this post
at his "Hercules and the Umpire" blog.
"Satanists, Hindus want monuments on Oklahoma Capitol grounds":
The Deseret News has an article
that begins, "When the Oklahoma Legislature passed a bill in 2009 ordering that a monument of the Ten Commandments be placed on the state Capitol grounds, opponents warned the law invited trouble."
"Federal judge overturns part of Utah's law against polygamy": This article
appears today in The Deseret News.
In Sunday's edition of The New York Times, John Schwartz will have an article headlined "A Utah Law Prohibiting Polygamy Is Weakened."
The Associated Press reports that "'Sister Wives' family wins ruling in bigamy suit."
And Reuters reports that "Part of Utah's bigamy law struck down in victory for U.S. TV star."