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  • Italy police break up international money laundering ring in Rome

    Italian finance police on Wednesday arrested 17 people accused of running an international money laundering ring through a British-based money transfer services company which was used to shuttle illegal proceeds abroad, mostly to China. Managers of...
  • Nightclub owner Sam Nazarian gives up control of Las Vegas hotel

    Nightclub owner Sam Nazarian gives up control of Las Vegas hotel
    Sam Nazarian made his name and his billion-dollar fortune creating L.A. clubs and restaurants that attracted the hippest young celebrities. He parlayed that fame into hotels in Beverly Hills and Miami's South Beach. This year, he looked to Las Vegas...
  • Have you thanked an officer today?

    Have you thanked an officer today?
    Many Americans, upon encountering U.S. soldiers in uniform, thank them for their service. So we should. Fewer of us, upon encountering U. S. police in uniform, thank them for their service. Yet we should. As a faculty member in Johns Hopkins University'...
  • Former Texas justice of the peace sentenced to death for murder

    A former justice of the peace in North Texas was sentenced to death Wednesday for killing a district attorney's wife in what prosecutors described as a revenge plot that left three people dead. Eric Williams was convicted Dec. 4 of capital murder in the...
  • Officials: Suspect in teen's slaying implicated co-defendants in robberies

     Officials: Suspect in teen's slaying implicated co-defendants in robberies
    One of the four teens charged as adults in the armed robbery and slaying of a high school student has implicated himself and the others in two armed robberies that occurred minutes before the slaying under a South Side viaduct over the weekend, Cook...
  • After Leaving Court for DUI Case, Former Police Officer Arrested Two More Times For Drunken Driving

    After Leaving Court for DUI Case, Former Police Officer Arrested Two More Times For Drunken Driving
    VERNON — In the hours after a court appearance on a charge of drunken driving, a former Bridgeport police officer was arrested two more times for drunken driving and once for shoplifting. John Biehn, 39, of Southington posted bail after all three...
  • New York premiere of 'Interview' canceled; Carmike Cinemas also pulls Sony film

    New York premiere of 'Interview' canceled; Carmike Cinemas also pulls Sony film
    The New York premiere of "The Interview", a Sony Pictures comedy about the assassination of North Korean President Kim Jong-Un, has been canceled and a source said one theatre chain had scrapped plans to show it, after threats from a hacking group. The...
  • Court records show multiple opportunities to have jailed accused police shooter

    Court records show multiple opportunities to have jailed accused police shooter
    An alleged cop shooter might have remained in jail had a probation agent sent a judge a request for an arrest warrant that the office had prepared. Donte Jones, arrested Sunday after Baltimore police say he shot an officer, was in court six months ago...
  • LAPD announces reforms to boost accuracy of city crime statistics

    LAPD announces reforms to boost accuracy of city crime statistics
    Los Angeles police officials Tuesday announced a series of reforms to improve the accuracy of the city's crime statistics, saying reporting errors undermine the public's trust in the department. Crime reporting "is a critical aspect of what we do," said...
  • 'Then the men came with big guns': More than 100 killed in assault on Pakistani school

    'Then the men came with big guns': More than 100 killed in assault on Pakistani school
     It began like any other morning in Pakistan's Army Public School in the northwestern city of Peshawar. Students pored over their books. Teachers ruffled through their notes and gave lectures. In an instant, the peace was shattered - gunfire, smoke and...
  • Police killings increase calls for independent investigations

    WASHINGTON When New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman recently sought authority to investigate and prosecute cases that involve police killings of unarmed civilians, it was a watershed moment for Vincent Warren. The executive director of...