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  • Crime Drops Sharply In Connecticut As Part of National Trend

    Crime Drops Sharply In Connecticut As Part of National Trend
    With  scientific advances in DNA and more surveillance cameras than ever, crime in Connecticut has dropped to its lowest levels in more than 40 years. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy hailed the drop Monday during a news conference at the state Capitol in Hartford...
  • Crime In Connecticut Drops To Lowest Levels In Four Decades

    Crime In Connecticut Drops To Lowest Levels In Four Decades
    HARTFORD — With significant advances in DNA testing and more surveillance cameras than ever, crime in Connecticut has dropped to its lowest levels in more than 40 years. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy hailed the drop Monday during a news conference at...
  • Businessman Nik Patel held Rick Scott fundraiser at home

    Businessman Nik Patel held Rick Scott fundraiser at home
    Orlando hotelier Nik Patel, who was arrested Tuesday on fraud allegations, held a fundraiser for Gov. Rick Scott at his home in Windermere in April. An April 30 post on Patel’s company Facebook page shows a photo of Scott standing next to Patel....
  • Eric Frein manhunt reminiscent of another

    Eric Frein manhunt reminiscent of another
    The circling helicopters haven't found him. Neither have the tactical squads in the armored vehicles that have been rumbling up and down the mountain roads. Two weeks into the search for Eric Frein, hundreds of law enforcement officers have yet to...
  • 'Twin Peaks' Revival to Air on Showtime in 2016

    "Twin Peaks," the ABC series that was a forerunner of today's offbeat serialized cable dramas, is coming back to life with nine new episodes to air on Showtime in 2016. Series creators David Lynch and Mark Frost are working away on the scripts, with...
  • 'Twin Peaks' to return to TV as limited series on Showtime

    'Twin Peaks' to return to TV as limited series on Showtime
    More than two decades on, and the owls are still not what they seem.  Cult favorite "Twin Peaks" will return to television in a nine-episode limited series on Showtime in 2016, 25 years after its cancellation, the network announced Monday.  Co-...
  • 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...
  • Obama's Keystone Kops

    Obama's Keystone Kops
    Let's hope the Secret Service snafus don't spark even more attackers — or maybe I'm being paranoid. There's a lot of paranoia going around these days as the Secret Service slips from its once-storied position to being compared to the Keystone...
  • Los Angeles Fashion Week: Your guide to the spring/summer 2015 shows

    Los Angeles Fashion Week: Your guide to the spring/summer 2015 shows
    With the final footfalls on the catwalks of Paris signaling the end of the major shows on the New York and European fashion week calendars, it's time to turn our attention to the SoCal style circuit, where various spring and summer 2015 collections will...
  • Prosecutors: Close Loop terror trial as disguised FBI agent testifies

     Prosecutors: Close Loop terror trial as disguised FBI agent testifies
    Federal prosecutors want an undercover FBI agent to testify in disguise and in a courtroom cleared of the public and news media at the upcoming trial of a suburban man charged with attempting to detonate a car bomb outside a Loop bar. In the court filing...
  • Former 'Seinfeld' writer publishes first novel

    Former 'Seinfeld' writer publishes first novel
    When the writer Peter Mehlman was working on the television show "Seinfeld," he could be counted on to come up with the tiniest, most insignificant — and ultimately, the most memorable — plots. It was Mehlman, now 58 and a Los Angeles...