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  • NFL lawyers rebuff players' union request that Goodell testify in Rice appeal hearing, sources say

    NFL lawyers rebuff players' union request that Goodell testify in Rice appeal hearing, sources say
    NFL lawyers have rebuffed a request from the NFL Players Association that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell testify in the pending appeal of indefinitely suspended former Ravens running back Ray Rice, according to sources. Whether Goodell is ordered to...
  • At renovated Hall of Justice, a bittersweet return for key backer Baca

    At renovated Hall of Justice, a bittersweet return for key backer Baca
    As photographers jostled for position, Los Angeles County officials posed in front of a plaque that bore their names outside an iconic building. For years to come, people who enter the Hall of Justice will be reminded of the role those officials...
  • Penn State student arrested in Yik Yak social media threat

    Penn State police say they have arrested an unnamed 20-year-old student at the school's main campus and plan to charge him for threatening to bring assault rifles to school and "kill everyone." Police said the student, who lives off campus, told them it...
  • Eric Frein infatuated with Serbian military

    Eric Frein infatuated with Serbian military
    Eric Matthew Frein's infatuation with the Serbian military is evident in the uniforms he wears in photographs splashed across the Internet. If the clothes make the man, they may also reveal a more sinister side of the accused cop killer's psyche....
  • 10 things you might not know about 1968

    10 things you might not know about 1968
    The Chicago History Museum has opened an exhibit about the year 1968, truly a tumultuous 366 days — yes, it was a leap year — not only because of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the social upheaval and riots that...
  • Illinois man, 19, charged with trying to join Islamic State

    A 19-year-old suburban Chicago man has been charged with supporting terrorism by trying to travel overseas and join the Islamic State, the group that the United States and its partners are fighting in Iraq and Syria. Mohammed Hamzah Khan, a U.S. citizen...
  • Elderly L.A. woman vanishes, is found alone in Maine four years later

    Elderly L.A. woman vanishes, is found alone in Maine four years later
    Sarah Cheiker had lived in the small bungalow in the Fairfax district for decades, first with her mom and then by herself. But one day in 2008 she vanished, and a bulldozer showed up to demolish her longtime home. "I was shocked. We figured she was...
  • Eric Frein manhunt costs at least $1.4 million per week

    Eric Frein manhunt costs at least $1.4 million per week
    The manhunt to find Eric Frein is costing law enforcement agencies more than $1 million per week as hundreds of officers from three states have flocked to the Poconos to form a net around the man accused of gunning down two Pennsylvania state troopers....
  • Foreign official gives up Malibu home in federal 'kleptocracy' probe

    Foreign official gives up Malibu home in federal 'kleptocracy' probe
    The west African nation of Equatorial Guinea ranks among the world's most impoverished places, but oil and gas deposits over the last two decades have led to extensive wealth, corruption and, in at least one case that became public Friday, the high life...
  • Bank robbed in East Ukrainian Village

    Bank robbed in East Ukrainian Village
    Authorities are looking for a man who robbed a Near West Side bank this morning. It happened at 10:44 a.m. at the North Community Bank, 1600 W. Chicago Ave., in the East Ukrainian Village neighborhood, according to FBI spokeswoman Joan Hyde. During...
  • Taiwan businessman admits violating ban on exporting machinery

    Taiwan businessman admits violating ban on exporting machinery
    A Taiwan businessman pleaded guilty Friday to conspiring with his son to ship machinery overseas despite being banned from doing business in the U.S. because of his previous involvement in a North Korean weapons procurement channel. Tai Tsai “...