Another Big Supreme Court Term On The Docket

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County Sheriff Lee Baca faces what may be the toughest fight of his 14-year political career. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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L.A. County Sheriff Slammed In Report Alleging Abuse

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Shepard Smith apologized to viewers Friday afternoon, after his show aired live footage of a man who fled police and then shot himself. Fox News hide caption

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New Report Slams L.A. County Sheriff's Department

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'Innocence Of Muslims' Filmmaker Arrested

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Cheese that was smuggled into Canada may have brought profits of more than $165,000, according to police. Pizzerias were reportedly a main market for the criminals, who were arrested this week. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Simon Cho of the U.S. celebrates during the 500 meter men's final race at the Short Track Speed Skating World Cup in Dresden in 2011. Jens Meyer /AP hide caption

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Parent-Trigger Laws: A Bold Plan To Save Schools

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is still deciding on whether to allow the state's new rules that require voters to show picture ID when voting will be allowed this election. In case it is approved, Kathleen Herbert went to a downtown Philadelphia DMV office to get her photo ID updated for voting. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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Pa. Voters Battle Bureaucracy Ahead Of ID Law Ruling

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Ever feel like someone is watching you? The Federal Trade Commission finds you could be right — if you've used a rental computer. iStockphoto hide caption

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Iowa Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins, right, faces a retention vote Nov. 6. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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Another Iowa Judge Faces Ballot Box Battle Due To Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

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Human Trafficking Still A Problem In The U.S.

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Milwaukee PD Suspect Dies, Feds May Investigate

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Court: Army Corps Not Liable For Katrina Floods

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