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  • California passes 'yes-means-yes' campus sexual assault bill

    A cyclist exits the entryway to the Main Quad at Stanford University in StanfordCalifornian lawmakers passed a law on Thursday requiring universities to adopt "affirmative consent" language in their definitions of consensual sex, part of a nationwide drive to curb sexual assault on U.S. The measure, passed unanimously by the California State Senate, has been called the "yes-means-yes" bill. It defines sexual consent between people as "an affirmative, conscious and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity". Governor Jerry Brown must sign the bill into law by the end of September.

  • Detroit bankruptcy judge tosses hold-out creditor's charges

    A man walk past graffiti in DetroitBankruptcy Court judge late on Thursday removed allegations made by one of Detroit's remaining hold-out creditors against mediators in the city's historic municipal bankruptcy case. Judge Steven Rhodes chastised Syncora Guarantee Inc for claiming in an Aug. 12 court filing that mediators, Chief U.S. District Court Judge Gerald Rosen and attorney Eugene Driker, are biased. James H.M. Sprayregen, an attorney at Kirkland & Ellis representing Syncora said they "respectfully disagree with Judge Rhodes." "We still have concerns about the fairness of the mediation process," he said in a statement.

  • More than a dozen injured in bus crash at Chicago's O'Hare airport
    A shuttle bus crash on Friday at O'Hare International Airport injured at least 13 people, four of them seriously, Chicago fire officials said. The bus hit a concrete median at about 6:30 a.m. on a road leading to terminals at O'Hare, the country's second busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic, said Fire Chief Juan Hernandez.
  • Correction: Synthetic Drug Overdoses story

    FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Cass County Sheriff's Department in Fargo, N.D., shows Charles Carlton, of Katy, Texas. Carlton, who pleaded guilty to distributing chemicals that resulted in the synthetic drug deaths of two teens in the Grand Forks, N.D., area was sentenced Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, in Fargo to 20 years and six months in prison. (AP Photo/Courtesy of the Cass County Sheriff's Department, File)FARGO, N.D. (AP) ? In a story Aug. 28 about the sentencing of a man in a North Dakota drug case, The Associated Press incorrectly quoted Debbie Bjerk, whose son Christian Bjerk died after ingesting a synthetic drug. She said, "There are no human words I can say today that can convey the magnitude of our loss," not "There are no healing words I can say today that can convey the magnitude of our loss."

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