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  • Top 10 Most Annoying Driving Habits

    Top 10 Most Annoying Driving Habits
    By Tom and Ray Magliozzi, Car Talk Last week, we took a look at tips for a more civilized commute. Here are ten  annoying habits of other drivers. 1. Talking on a cell phone When you're talking on your cell phone, you're as likely to cause an...
  • Pregnant women rarely face charges for drug use

    Pregnant women rarely face charges for drug use
    The Bethlehem woman was 7 months pregnant and, by her own account, snorting $100 worth of heroin a day when police arrested her. Toni Hill Rice told investigators she was afraid to go to the doctor because she couldn't face the prospect of learning...
  • Upper Macungie teen pulls pellet gun on his family

    A 16-year-old Upper Macungie Township boy is charged with simple assault and harassment after pulling a pellet gun on his mother and brother early Sunday, police said. The boy, who lives on the 300 block of Hopewell Drive, was involved in an...
  • Traffic Stop Leads To Arrest Of Assault Suspect, Police Say

    Traffic Stop Leads To Arrest Of Assault Suspect, Police Say
    MIDDLETOWN — A man who police said played a role in a group domestic assault in Middletown last summer has been arrested in New Britain, where police pulled him over during a traffic stop, police said. Juan Cardone, 35, of New Britain, was...
  • South Florida brothers' terrorism, attempted murder trial set for June

    South Florida brothers' terrorism, attempted murder trial set for June
    Two Broward County brothers accused of planning a terrorist attack in New York City and assaulting two deputy U.S. Marshals while in custody are scheduled to go to trial June 1. U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom set the trial date after Sheheryar Alam Qazi,...
  • 1 of Wahlberg's victims says he shouldn't be pardoned for racist attacks committed as teen

    A victim of one of Mark Wahlberg's racially motivated attacks as a teenage delinquent in segregated Boston in the 1980s insists he shouldn't be granted a pardon for his crimes. Kristyn Atwood was among a group of mostly black fourth-grade students on a...
  • Dodger Stadium attacker pleads guilty to federal weapons charge

    Dodger Stadium attacker pleads guilty to federal weapons charge
    One of two men who admitted to brutally beating a San Francisco Giants fan at a 2011 Dodgers game pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal weapons charge. Marvin Norwood, 34, was previously sentenced to four years in state prison after pleading guilty in...
  • Flavor Flav, wearing trademark clock necklace, pleads not guilty to charges in NY traffic stop

    Wearing his trademark clock necklace, Flavor Flav pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges stemming from a traffic stop last year while he was driving to his mother's funeral. "I don't like the circumstances, but I like the attention," he said while...
  • Palestinian wounds 11 in Israeli bus attack in Tel Aviv as tensions high ahead of election

    Palestinian wounds 11 in Israeli bus attack in Tel Aviv as tensions high ahead of election
    A knife-wielding Palestinian stabbed 11 morning commuters on and near a bus Wednesday, striking in the heart of Tel Aviv and reigniting fears of continued violence ahead of Israeli elections in March. The attack was the latest in a spate of Palestinian...
  • Leader of Boko Haram says God told him to carry out massacre

    Leader of Boko Haram says God told him to carry out massacre
    Six years ago, Nigerian forces captured the leader of the extremist group Boko Haram and killed him in custody — a move that was to have far-reaching consequences. Nigeria had exchanged a charismatic preacher named Mohammed Yusuf for the more...
  • Deadly attacks on journalists in Afghanistan rise, threatening free press

    When Afghan journalist Hussain Sirat's car disappeared in late December, he assumed it was simply theft, until a man called to say that he had the vehicle, and a gun with which he planned to kill him. In the weeks since then, Sirat, an editor at...