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  • Schools police officer sentenced to prison in drug conspiracy

    Schools police officer sentenced to prison in drug conspiracy
    A Baltimore City school police officer was sentenced to two years in prison on Friday after pleading guilty in a federal crack cocaine case. Napoleon McLain Jr., 31, admitted to obtaining multiple ounces at a time from his suppliers and then selling a...
  • Chicago man convicted of illegally lobbying for Zimbabwe

    Chicago man convicted of illegally lobbying for Zimbabwe
    A South Side man was convicted Friday on one of three counts accusing him of illegally lobbying on behalf of top Zimbabwe government officials in violation of U.S. economic sanctions. C. Gregory Turner, 72, sat calmly with his hands folded on the...
  • Malloy, Foley Square Off in Fourth Debate

    Malloy, Foley Square Off in Fourth Debate
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican business executive Tom Foley squared off Thursday in their fourth televised debate, clashing over state employee pensions, taxes, spending, and gun control. In a ballroom at the Connecticut Broadcasters Association...
  • Foley And Malloy Clash In Acerbic Debate

    Foley And Malloy Clash In Acerbic Debate
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Republican business executive Tom Foley squared off Thursday in their fourth televised debate, clashing over state employee pensions, taxes, spending and gun control. In a ballroom at the Connecticut...
  • Dismembered body in Idaho may be man last seen with Chicago hit man's son

    Dismembered body in Idaho may be man last seen with Chicago hit man's son
    A dismembered body found in an isolated cabin near Idaho City appears to be an Idaho man who vanished 14 years ago while in the company of the son of a Chicago hit man, authorities said on Wednesday. Idaho State Police detectives said the skeletal...
  • Man wanted in San Bernardino triple shooting captured in Mexico

    Mexican police have arrested a 32-year-old U.S. citizen in connection with a triple shooting that left one person dead in San Bernardino, the FBI said Wednesday. Alfonso Garcia Jr. was captured Sunday by the Mexican Federal Police in Baja, according...
  • Man who robbed Oak Park bank Oct. 3 still at large

    Man who robbed Oak Park bank Oct. 3 still at large
    A man 20 to 25 years old with a thin mustache robbed the Fifth Third Bank, 840 S. Oak Park Ave., of an unknown amount of cash Oct. 3. He approached the teller at 10:34 a.m., implied he had a gun and handed her a note. After getting the cash, he fled...
  • FBI investigating alleged police beating of immigrant in Santa Ana

    FBI investigating alleged police beating of immigrant in Santa Ana
    The FBI has confirmed it is investigating the treatment of an immigrant who was allegedly beaten by Santa Ana police officers, an incident that was captured on video and drew widespread condemnation. In the video of the June 20 incident, officers appear...
  • Twitter sues U.S. government over surveillance disclosure rules

     Twitter sues U.S. government over surveillance disclosure rules
    Twitter Inc. is the latest tech giant to sue the U.S. government for the right to reveal the scope of government surveillance of its users. The San Francisco microblogging site filed suit against the Department of Justice and the FBI on Tuesday,...
  • Tech leaders lash out at government's electronic spying

    Government spying on electronic communications has outraged Internet users and now threatens to harm technology firms' ability to do business internationally, tech leaders said during a roundtable discussion. Executives from Facebook, Google,...
  • How Hollywood scandal was born

    How Hollywood scandal was born
    In its regular roundup of celebrities caught in public performances of latte-sipping, stroller-pushing everydayness, US Weekly assures its readers that stars are "just like us!" But why would we want stars, those shiny embodiments of melodrama and...