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  • Ray Rice's version of story was 'starkly different,' Roger Goodell tells NFLPA

    Ray Rice's version of story was 'starkly different,' Roger Goodell tells NFLPA
    League commissioner Roger Goodell notified the NFL Players Association on Friday that former Ravens running back Ray Rice was suspended indefinitely because his version of his February altercation with his then-fiancee was "starkly different" than the one...
  • Clipper's owner Steve Ballmer files countersuit against ex-Seattle Sonics assistant

    SEATTLE Former Microsoft CEO and new NBA owner Steve Ballmer has filed a six-figure counterclaim plus damages against a longtime ex-Sonics assistant he says used his name to defraud investors. Ballmer also contends in the 33-page claim, filed Friday in...
  • Letters: The Ray Rice story is part of a bigger problem

    Letters: The Ray Rice story is part of a bigger problem
    So I saw the disturbing video of Ray Rice knocking his then-fiancee unconscious and sat with it for a few days. Vicious. Then I asked myself what was really bothering me. Apathy. The victim? Blames the media for re-victimizing her. The NFL? Two games,...
  • Civilian Firepower Put Police In Arms Race

    When I graduated from the Hartford Police Academy in 1964, I was given a Colt .38-cal. police revolver, which held six bullets. This was more than enough firepower to keep us safe as we protected the city. Our heaviest piece of equipment was a patrol...
  • 'Swatting' no prank to video game celebrities

    'Swatting' no prank to video game celebrities
    Alexander Wachs makes his living playing video games for the enjoyment of a vast online audience, and a few weeks ago, he was guiding an avatar through the zombie-infested wasteland of "DayZ" when loud thumps interrupted his adventure. "Hold on, guys,...
  • Foley family says was 'threatened' by U.S. official over ransom: ABC

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The family of murdered American journalist James Foley says it was threatened by a U.S. official who warned that family members could be charged with supporting terrorism if they paid a ransom to his Islamist captors, ABC News...
  • FBI: 1 in custody after Lakeview bank robbed for second time in a month

    FBI: 1 in custody after Lakeview bank robbed for second time in a month
    A suspected bank robber is in custody after a Lakeview neighborhood bank was robbed this afternoon for the second time in over a month, according to FBI officials. The robbery happened shortly before 2 p.m. at the Fifth Third Bank banch, 640 W. Diversey...
  • Slain journalist's mom: 'Jim believed until the end that his country would come'

    Slain journalist's mom: 'Jim believed until the end that his country would come'
    U.S. government officials repeatedly told James Foley's relatives they could not raise ransom money to secure the journalist's release after he was kidnapped in Syria, Foley's mother said in a CNN interview aired Thursday night. Foley, a freelance...
  • Jury finds American Front leader guilty on 2 charges

    Jury finds American Front leader guilty on 2 charges
    KISSIMMEE — Marcus Faella stood silently and showed no emotion as a jury delivered a guilty verdict Friday on two charges that could send the American Front leader to prison for 30 years. After deliberating for about five hours in Central Florida's...
  • His own words help bring down New Orleans prosecutor

    Sal Perricone always had something to prove. Growing up poor and Italian in a city dominated by Creoles and Anglos, Perricone found respect on the streets after high school by becoming a cop. He pulled graveyard shifts to put himself through college and...
  • 'The Simpsons' and 'Ray Donovan's' Hank Azaria on His First TV Role

    As "The Simpsons' " gruff barkeep Moe Szyslak -- and several other Springfieldians -- Hank Azaria has been a part of the longest-running American TV show almost since its inception. He's now wrapping a run in quite a different role, as the overly...