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  • A captured Libyan may shed light on Benghazi

    The following editorial appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Thursday, June 19: The capture and opportunity for interrogation of Benghazi accused assassin Ahmed Abu Khattala, announced by President Barack Obama during his visit to Pittsburgh on...
  • Imprisoned Transgender Girl To Be Moved To DCF Facility

    Imprisoned Transgender Girl To Be Moved To DCF Facility
    The transgender girl imprisoned since April 8 without criminal charges will be transferred out of adult prison into a newly created locked facility for the state's most troubled girls while the Department of Children and Families awaits final approval...
  • SUV carrying Schoolboy Q is fired on; shooting panics concert crowd

    SUV carrying Schoolboy Q is fired on; shooting panics concert crowd
    Rapper Schoolboy Q was inside of the vehicle that a gunman opened fire on late Thursday outside of Red Rocks Amphitheater, injuring three other people, authorities said Friday. Colorado authorities said they were searching for a man who was armed with a...
  • Woman Charged With Attacking Teen Over Drone Applies For Program

    Woman Charged With Attacking Teen Over Drone Applies For Program
    NEW HAVEN — A woman accused of attacking a teen who flew a drone with a camera over her head on a beach applied for a probationary program in Superior Court Thursday. Andrea Mears, 23, of Westbrook, applied for accelerated rehabilitation, a program...
  • Chris Brown released early from Los Angeles County jail

    Singer Chris Brown was released from jail early Monday morning, several months before completing his one-year sentence, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department officials confirmed. In early May, Brown, 25, was sentenced to a year in jail by a Los...
  • Deputies didn't know Elliot Rodger owned guns, officials say

     Santa Barbara County sheriff's officials acknowledged Friday that deputies had not known that Elliot Rodger was in possession of any weapons during three interactions they had with him in the year leading up to his rampage in Isla Vista. "The issue...
  • Seattle shooting suspect treated for mental illness, attorney says

    The suspect in the Thursday shootings at Seattle Pacific University has been treated in recent years for a "long-standing mental illness," which his attorney said might have prompted the deadly assault inside an engineering building at the small Christian...
  • Deputies didn't know Elliot Rodger had firearms before deadly rampage

    Deputies didn't know Elliot Rodger had firearms before deadly rampage
    Santa Barbara County sheriff's officials said Friday that deputies hadn't known that Elliot Rodger was in possession of any weapons during three interactions they had with him in the year leading up to his rampage in Isla Vista. "The issue of weapons...
  • Wallingford Woman Tries To Hire Man To Assault Ex-Husband

    Wallingford Woman Tries To Hire Man To Assault Ex-Husband
    WALLINGFORD — A local woman who allegedly tried to hire a man to break her ex-husband's jaw, nose and ribs in exchange for the $2,500 was arrested on Tuesday, police said. Cynthia Hannon, 59, of King Road, was charged with attempted first-degree...
  • Shabab claims responsibility for Kenyan attack that killed dozens

     Shabab claims responsibility for Kenyan attack that killed dozens
    The  Shabab on Monday claimed responsibility for an attack the day before that killed at least 48 people, marking the first time the militant group from Somalia had launched an assault of this scale on a town in neighboring Kenya. Witnesses reported...
  • U.S. seized Benghazi suspect during fierce fighting between Libyan militias

    WASHINGTON The U.S. military seized a Libyan extremist accused in the September 2012 attacks in Benghazi that killed U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans on Sunday as the terror group he once led was locked in fierce combat with...