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  • Oklahoma beheading: Prosecutors seek death penalty

    Prosecutors in Oklahoma are seeking the death penalty for a man accused of beheading one former co-worker and attacking another. Alton Nolen, 30, is accused of beheading Colleen Hufford, 54, and then attacking Traci Johnson, 43, during a revenge-...
  • Oklahoma prosecutors seeking death penalty in beheading case

    Oklahoma prosecutors seeking death penalty in beheading case
    Prosecutors will seek the death penalty against a man accused of beheading a woman and attacking others at a food distribution warehouse in Moore, Oklahoma, according to court documents filed on Thursday. Alton Nolen, 30, has been charged with murder in...
  • Hartford Treasurer's Request For Lawyer Fees Rapped

    HARTFORD — Marc Nelson, the employee representative to the Hartford Pension Commission, sent a letter to the city's top lawyer Thursday raising concerns about a request to fund attorney's fees for Hartford Treasurer Adam Cloud from a pension fund...
  • Police say they're close to finding remains of Maryland girls missing since 1975

    Maryland police say they are close to locating the remains of two girls who vanished from a Washington, D.C., suburb nearly 40 years ago, and have named a second man as a person of interest in their disappearance. Russ Hamill, assistant chief of the...
  • Ray Rice's lawyer has 'tremendous respect' for judge who will hear appeal

    Ray Rice's lawyer has 'tremendous respect' for judge who will hear appeal
    Peter Ginsberg, the attorney for ex-Ravens running back Ray Rice, praised former U.S. District Court Judge Barbara S. Jones, the hearing officer for Rice's appeal of an indefinite NFL suspension. Jones was appointed Thursday by NFL commissioner Roger...
  • Whittier police: Driver in pursuit is 'Hills Bandit' robbery suspect

    Whittier police: Driver in pursuit is 'Hills Bandit' robbery suspect
    A driver who led authorities on a dangerous high-speed pursuit through four Southern California counties Thursday before crashing and surrendering to police is a serial bank robber wanted by the FBI, police said. Whittier police identified the driver as...
  • Deputies release 911 call from elementary school bomb threat hoax

    Deputies release 911 call from elementary school bomb threat hoax
    Investigators in Seminole County have released the audio recording of a man calling 911 to enter the bomb threat that led to the evacuation of several elementary schools on Friday. In the threat, which investigators have determined to be a hoax, an...
  • Nik Patel, now facing fraud charges, is prolific campaign donor

    Nik Patel, now facing fraud charges, is prolific campaign donor
    Nikesh A. "Nik" Patel, the hotelier and banker hit with federal fraud charges, has been a prolific political donor this year. Campaign finance records show theĀ 30-year-old head of Alena Hospitality and CEO of First Farmers Financial has contributed at...
  • Pennsylvania police: Sniper's journal shows 'true evil exists'

    Pennsylvania police: Sniper's journal shows 'true evil exists'
    Pennsylvania police have found a journal describing in chilling detail the ambush that killed a state trooper and wounded another nearly four weeks ago at a barracks in the Poconos Mountains, officials said on Wednesday. The journal was found about...
  • David Greenglass dies at 92; '40s A-bomb spy who betrayed his sister

    David Greenglass knew how history would remember him. He was "the spy that turned his family in." His confession was key to the government's case against Ethel Rosenberg — Greenglass' sister — and her husband, Julius, who were executed in...
  • State Sen. Trotter denies approving letters to top Zimbabwe officials

    State Sen. Trotter denies approving letters to top Zimbabwe officials
    State Sen. Donne Trotter testified in federal court Thursday that he never authorized a South Side man to sign letters on his behalf promising top Zimbabwe officials that he would lobby President Barack Obama to end U.S. sanctions against the African...