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howe(4) Media of Nebraska attorneys contended that a judge couldn’t restrain the press from reporting what happened in open court. The Nebraska Supreme Court agreed with Judge Stuart, but in 1976 the U.S. Supreme Court overturned that on a 9-0 vote. “Prior restraints on free speech and publication,” the high court ruled, “are the most serious and least tolerable infringement on First Amendment rights.” The defendant, Erwin Charles Simants, later was convicted on six counts of first-degree murder, but his conviction was overturned on appeal. In a second trial, he was found not guilty by reason of insanity, and he remains confined at the Lincoln Regional Center. In an interview before his induction into the Nebraska Press Association Hall of Fame two years ago, Howe said the Supreme Court decision “dried up all kinds of other gag orders.” Among other career highlights was “The Other Omahans,” an award-winning series he wrote in 1966 about slum housing and its underlying causes. Covering city hall, he also was part of an investigative team that broke news of a local government scandal that led to bribery-related charges. He became city editor, assistant to the publisher and then vice-president of The World-Herald. In 1979 he became executive editor and later assumed the title of editor. The World-Herald was then an employee-owned newspaper and at times was ranked No.

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Ford has said that Kavanaugh drunkenly pinned her to a bed and tried to take off her clothes at a 1980s house party when they were both teenagers at elite private schools near Washington. Kavanaugh has denied the allegations. If the Senate GOP leadership moves forward with a vote on Kavanaugh's nomination, they run the risk of alienating female voters like Cordes in the Denver suburbs, where vulnerable Republican Rep. Mike Coffman's campaign could play a role in deciding the House majority this fall. There are challenges for Democrats too. Many Republicans said they were frustrated with the timing and saw it as a Democratic attempt to obstruct one of the president's nominees to the nation's highest court, which could energize them in November. Norma Bozell, 63, lives in an affluent community in a Northern Virginia congressional district that stretches from the Washington suburbs to the rural part of the state. In this district, where Hillary Clinton easily defeated Trump, GOP Rep. Barbara Comstock is fighting for political survival. Bozell, who describes herself as an independent, said she found the timing of the allegations suspicious and believed Kavanaugh was an "upstanding man" who was being "smeared" and that his family was being torn apart.

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Lego rooms on the floor These are external links and will open in a new window Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "my favourite room". Jenny Downing sent in a picture of a clay house which is based on a neighbour's home: "There's an eccentric couple living nearby, whose tumbledown house we frequently pass. I long to knock on the door." Nick Collins: "The view from my comfortable chair where I go to read and think, just as I start to doze off." Sukanya Guhathakurta: "The collection of books from a wide spectrum of subjects and the magical atmosphere created by the candid decorations have made this bookshop in the village of Oia in Santorini one of my favourite rooms where I would like to go back time and again." Kirk Lindsay: "The main hall of the original Ice Hotel in northern Sweden - cold, eerily silent but truly stunning." Lucia Velasco: "Sunny bathrooms are my safe haven." Tracy Daniels: "My dog Wilson's favourite room is the bedroom where he can always be found 'nesting' in the pillows." Brian Scadding: "My small but compact shed that I turned into a small wood working man cave." Sendra Kerherve: "My 10-year-old daughter's room." Aadhityaa: "The colours of my house. The light passes through the window and the window grill's shadow is cast on the shelf nearby. This is my study room in the house. The colours in this room are so distinct and are also pleasant for the eyes." And finally an image by Menny of her favourite room. The next theme is "motivation" and the deadline for your entries is 25 September. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to Further details and terms can be found by following the link to "We set the theme, you take the pictures," at the bottom of the page.

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