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Connecting the Dots: Top news stories for Thursday, March 29, 2012
A Mount St.Mary’s College report shows female students graduate from college at a higher rate than men in California but that is not reflected in women’s participation in leadership roles…
Eliana Lopez, wife of suspended San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, says her wishes and needs were left out of the equation when prosecutors pursued domestic abuse charges against her husband …
Does government surveillance undermine religious freedom? Under the guise of community outreach, the FBI collected information from Northern California Muslims and distributed the information to government agencies…
The Palo Alto Police Department launched their anti-burglary campaign “Lock it or Lose it” Wednesday night after seventy-one residential robberies were reported so far this year…
Lucha Libre wrestler RJ Brewer sparked controversy with plans for a new satirical character: Arizona gov. Jan Brewer’s son. The character asks Mexican wrestlers to take off their masks, exposing them as immigrants presumed to be stealing American jobs in a show at HP Pavillion this Friday.