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  • Police Officer Dies In Shooting At Paris' Edge, Amid Tension

    PARIS (AP) — An assailant opened fire on a police officer on the southern edge of Paris early Thursday, killing her and injuring a nearby street sweeper before fleeing, officials and a witness said. France's interior minister cautioned against...
  • Police officer dead in shooting at Paris' edge amid tensions over deadly newspaper attack

    An assailant opened fire on a police officer on the southern edge of Paris early Thursday, killing her and injuring a nearby street sweeper before fleeing, officials and a witness said. France's interior minister cautioned against jumping to conclusions a...
  • Two plead guilty in Ocean City fight that killed North Whitehall man

    Two plead guilty in Ocean City fight that killed North Whitehall man
    Two men have pleaded guilty in the beating death of a North Whitehall Township man during a fistfight this summer in the Maryland resort town of Ocean City, authorities said. Caleb Edwin-Earl Ochse, 28, and Christopher Blake Kendall, 22, pleaded guilty...
  • French Security Forces Kill Gunmen, End Hostage Sieges

    PARIS — With explosions and gunfire, security forces Friday ended three days of terror around Paris, killing the two al-Qaida-linked brothers who staged a murderous rampage at a satirical newspaper and an accomplice who seized hostages at a kosher...
  • How France missed a homegrown terrorism plot

     How France missed a homegrown terrorism plot
    On the streets of Gennevilliers, a working-class suburb north of Paris, residents said there was little indication that a militant bent on warfare on French soil was living in their midst. "He came once a week to pray and minded his own business," Ali...
  • European police move against alleged terror cells in 6 countries

    BERLIN After years of watching and worrying about the prospect of terror attacks as hundreds of residents returned from Syria with fresh combat skills, security officials across Europe moved Friday to roll up jihadi cells they'd apparently been monitoring...
  • Police: Hartford Man Charged With Lighting Van On Fire

    Police: Hartford Man Charged With Lighting Van On Fire
    HARTFORD — A call from a citizen on Wednesday led officers to Bond Street where a city man was lighting a van on fire, police said. Hector Lleras, 22, was located by officers in the area and he was taken into custody after assaulting a community...
  • Kerry pays respects to Paris terror attack victims with 'big hug'

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry paid respect in both English and French on Friday to the victims of last week's terrorist attacks in Paris in a show of American solidarity with the French people. At a ceremony at the Hotel de Ville, the city hall of...
  • Judge revokes Chris Brown's probation in Rihanna case over travel, community service issues

    A judge revoked Chris Brown's probation on Thursday but allowed him to remain free for now after the R&B singer traveled without approval for a concert and failed to complete community service on time. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin...
  • Three teens to stand trial in USC student's killing

    Three teens to stand trial in USC student's killing
    Three teenagers accused of killing a USC graduate student near the campus should stand trial on murder and robbery charges, a judge ruled Thursday, citing overwhelming evidence against them. Alejandra Guerrero, Alberto Ochoa and Jonathan DelCarmen sat...
  • Navy captain admits providing classified information as part of bribery scheme

    Navy captain admits providing classified information as part of bribery scheme
     A Navy captain on Thursday became the highest-ranking officer to plead guilty in the $20-milllion bribery scandal in which classified information was sold in exchange for cash, Cuban cigars, Lady Gaga tickets, hotel and travel expenses and the services...