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  • FBI investigating alleged police beating of immigrant in Santa Ana

    FBI investigating alleged police beating of immigrant in Santa Ana
    The FBI has confirmed it is investigating the treatment of an immigrant who was allegedly beaten by Santa Ana police officers, an incident that was captured on video and drew widespread condemnation. In the video of the June 20 incident, officers appear...
  • Man who robbed Oak Park bank Oct. 3 still at large

    Man who robbed Oak Park bank Oct. 3 still at large
    A man 20 to 25 years old with a thin mustache robbed the Fifth Third Bank, 840 S. Oak Park Ave., of an unknown amount of cash Oct. 3. He approached the teller at 10:34 a.m., implied he had a gun and handed her a note. After getting the cash, he fled...
  • Testimony Ends In Case Of Bank Teller's Fatal Stabbing

    HARTFORD — Testimony has wrapped up in the state's murder case against Carl "Hood" Small, accused of the 2012 fatal stabbing of bank teller Chris Donato. The state rested its case Wednesday after almost six days of testimony from more than two...
  • Restore discipline and high standards

    Clearly discipline has been lax within the Secret Service, and there are systemic culture problems — machismo, boys will be boys, and condoning misbehavior of colleagues. The agents' jobs allow them to take liberties at times, and they may feel...
  • Terrorism trial delayed from next month to summer 2015

    Terrorism trial delayed from next month to summer 2015
    The terrorism trial of a suburban man accused of attempting to detonate a car bomb outside a Loop bar has been postponed until next summer. Adel Daoud had been set to go on trial next month in a case that has been closely watched by critics of U.S....
  • Jennifer Lawrence says photo hacking is sex crime: magazine

    Jennifer Lawrence says photo hacking is sex crime: magazine
    Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence, one of dozens of actresses, models and celebrities whose intimate images have been posted online, spoke about the photo hacking scandal for the first time on Tuesday, saying it is a crime and sexual violation. In an...
  • Twitter sues U.S. government over surveillance disclosure rules

     Twitter sues U.S. government over surveillance disclosure rules
    Twitter Inc. is the latest tech giant to sue the U.S. government for the right to reveal the scope of government surveillance of its users. The San Francisco microblogging site filed suit against the Department of Justice and the FBI on Tuesday,...
  • Twitter demanda a Depto. Justicia EEUU por derecho a revelar pedidos de vigilancia

    Twitter demanda a Depto. Justicia EEUU por derecho a revelar pedidos de vigilancia
    Twitter Inc demandó el martes al Departamento de Justicia de Estados Unidos, intensificando su batalla con las agencias federales en momentos en que el autoproclamado paladín de la libertad de expresión en internet busca lograr el derecho de revelar los...
  • Judge denies mistrial after dismissing African-American juror in Zimbabwe trial

    Judge denies mistrial after dismissing African-American juror in Zimbabwe trial
    Lawyers for a South Side activist accused of illegally lobbying on behalf of the oppressive regime in Zimbabwe asked for a mistrial today after a federal judge dismissed one of the only African Americans on the jury because of a scheduling conflict. The...
  • FBI asks: Do you know the man in this Islamic State video?

    FBI asks: Do you know the man in this Islamic State video?
    The FBI is asking the public’s help in identifying an English-speaking man who appears in a propaganda video released last month by the Islamic State extremist group. Most of the man’s face is covered, but the agency said Tuesday that his...
  • FBI asks public to help identify homegrown terrorists

    FBI asks public to help identify homegrown terrorists
    One day after a Bolingbrook teen was accused in federal court in Chicago of plotting to travel to the Middle East and join Islamic State, the FBI is asking for the public's help to identify other individuals who have traveled — or are planning to...