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  • Feds rest case against Neo-Nazi death-threat suspect

    Feds rest case against Neo-Nazi death-threat suspect
    The government and defense rested Thursday in the trial of William White, the Virginia neo-Nazi accused of threatening local law enforcers after the raid of an Osceola County white supremacist compound in 2012. White, 37, of Roanoke, Va., faces...
  • In honor of ICP's Orlando concert: A list of famous clowns

    In honor of ICP's Orlando concert: A list of famous clowns
    The Insane Clown Posse, a hardcore hip hop duo famous for their clown make-up and avid fanbase, visits the City Beautiful tonight when they headline ShockFest at Firestone Live in downtown Orlando.  The group's style of hip hop is known as horrorcore, a...
  • FBI: Mass shootings in America on the rise

    FBI: Mass shootings in America on the rise
    A recently released FBI report has confirmed that mass shootings in America are on the rise, more than doubling in the past seven years. Between 2000 and 2013 there were 160 active shooter situations that resulted in 486 deaths and 557 inuries. For...
  • Suspected Benghazi attack mastermind pleads not guilty

    The accused mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2012, terror attacks in Libya that killed an American ambassador and three other U.S. personnel pleaded not guilty in federal court Monday to charges stemming from the incident. Ahmed Abu Khatallah, 43, was...
  • Prosecutors toss three cases over police links to KKK

    Prosecutors toss three cases over police links to KKK
    Prosecutors in Lake County have tossed three pending criminal cases because of an FBI report linking two former Fruitland Park police officers to the Ku Klux Klan. All three cases – two misdemeanor batteries and a felony traffic case –...
  • America's mass-shootings epidemic

    America's mass-shootings epidemic
    It's not a matter of if, but when and where the next mass shooting will happen: It might take place at another shopping mall, or college campus, or suburban office building, and probably not long from now. Yet, as these disturbing incidents keep appearing...
  • Blood sample tests negative for Pennsylvania police ambush suspect

    Blood sample tests negative for Pennsylvania police ambush suspect
    Blood drops found by a homeowner in northeastern Pennsylvania, where police have spent five weeks searching for a sniper who killed a state trooper and wounded another, have tested negative for the main suspect in the case, police said on Monday. Two...
  • Banks robbed in Brainerd, River Forest

    Banks robbed in Brainerd, River Forest
    Banks in the Brainerd neighborhood on Chicago's South Side and in west suburban River Forest were robbed Saturday morning and police have arrested one of the suspects, officials said. At 11:30 a.m., a man wearing a black puffy coat handed a teller a...
  • A family outing, then a deadly Border Patrol shooting

    A family outing, then a deadly Border Patrol shooting
    It was a family barbecue in a park on the Rio Grande, a belated birthday party for Guillermo Arevalo Pedraza's wife, Nora, and their two daughters, Mariana and Priscila, ages 9 and 10. Arevalo and his buddy, Josue Gonzalez, were lighting the coals and...
  • We must address racial disparity in police shootings

    Employees at two Wal-Mart stores in St. Louis County, Missouri stripped store shelves of ammunition this week in fear of looting as protesters continue to fill the streets in the beleaguered town of Ferguson. It's indicative of the high tensions that...
  • James Brady's death ruled a homicide 33 years after he was shot

    The death of James Brady has been ruled a homicide after a Virginia medical examiner's office determined the gunshot wound he suffered in 1981 led to his death earlier this week, police officials told the Los Angeles Times. Gwendolyn Crump, chief...