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  • Wife who admitted plot to kill Bethlehem slaying witnesses gets bail

    Wife who admitted plot to kill Bethlehem slaying witnesses gets bail
    PHILADELPHIA — Sonia Panell has been released from prison while she awaits a judge's decision on her request to withdraw a guilty plea to charges she plotted to kill witnesses in her husband's murder case. Panell's husband Rene Figueroa is...
  • New federal program aims to build trust between police and communities

    Amid the Justice Department's criminal investigation into last month's police shooting in Ferguson, Mo., Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. announced a federal initiative Thursday to study racial bias and build trust between law enforcement agencies and the...
  • Roger Goodell promises revised conduct policies, faces stiff questions

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell promised major revisions to the league's conduct policies as he spoke out Friday for the first time in days after a series of domestic violence allegations rocked the league this week. “At our best, the NFL sets an...
  • Islamic State has offered to trade hostages for imprisoned 'superstar'

    Islamic State has offered to trade hostages for imprisoned 'superstar'
    For months, Islamic State militants have engaged in a high-stakes game of deadly extortion, threatening to behead American captives they are holding in the Middle East unless their demands are met, including an end to U.S. airstrikes targeting their...
  • Cruise ship worker accused of rape to change plea

    Cruise ship worker accused of rape to change plea
    A cruise ship worker who confessed to raping, beating and trying to throw a passenger overboard is scheduled to change his not guilty plea in federal court. The Valentine's Day attack occurred aboard a nudist cruise off the coast of Honduras, records...
  • Suspect in killing of West Boca nanny to go on trial

    Suspect in killing of West Boca nanny to go on trial
    The slaying of Monica Rivera-Valdizan shocked West Boca in January 2004. Residents feared a serial killer was on the prowl, after the 26-year-old nanny was raped, murdered and dumped in the Boca Del Mar development. Numerous leads emerged after an...
  • Manhunt for Eric Frein intensifies as slain trooper laid to rest

    Manhunt for Eric Frein intensifies as slain trooper laid to rest
    SCRANTON — With snipers watching from the rooftops, hundreds of state troopers from Pennsylvania and as far away as Alaska converged in downtown Scranton on Thursday to mourn the death of a colleague killed in an ambush last week. The somber...
  • Thousands gather for state trooper's funeral as manhunt continues

    SCRANTON, Pa. For more than 20 minutes Thursday morning, the only sound downtown in Scranton was that of a lone tolling bell from St. Peter's Cathedral, ringing between long silent pauses. Thousands of men and women in uniform filled the city block...
  • Coming Sunday: The FBI sting that tore apart a small town

    Coming Sunday: The FBI sting that tore apart a small town
    For generations, the people of the Four Corners region have battled the federal government over the collecting and selling of Native American artifacts. Then, agents persuaded a local dealer to go undercover. Operation Cerberus was supposed to expose...
  • Guarded optimism about Ravens safety Will Hill's status under pending revised drug policy

    Guarded optimism about Ravens safety Will Hill's status under pending revised drug policy
    There's guarded optimism that Ravens veteran free safety Will Hill could potentially have his six-game suspension for violating the NFL substance-abuse policy reduced, according to sources. Under a revised drug policy that's been approved in balloting...
  • Jail deputy convicted in conspiracy to hide federal informant

    Jail deputy convicted in conspiracy to hide federal informant
    A federal court jury convicted a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy Tuesday of conspiracy and obstruction of justice in a scheme aimed at hiding an inmate who had been working as a federal informant. Jurors convicted James Sexton after...