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  • Ravens say bond strong among players, organization

    Ravens say bond strong among players, organization
    CLEVELAND -- Before his final team meeting Saturday night was over, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh opened the floor to his players and asked them if they had any questions about the organization's handling of the Ray Rice situation. The response was...
  • Yes, Roger, I am questioning Mueller's standing

    Yes, Roger, I am questioning Mueller's standing
    Yes, Roger Goodell, as a matter of fact, I am questioning Robert Mueller’s integrity. Yours is gone, Roger. Long gone. Way gone. But sad to say, so is Mueller’s. Everybody watching the NFL should question Mueller’s integrity, which...
  • Harvest festival gives Korean Angelenos a taste of home

    Harvest festival gives Korean Angelenos a taste of home
    In a shaded tent winding up Irolo Street in Koreatown, vendors from all over South Korea sold their regional specialties, including dried seaweed, sliced plum pickles, dried mussels, pickled octopus and marsh snail oil. Throngs of mostly elderly...
  • 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...
  • Egyptian militant admits links to 1998 U.S. embassy bombings

    A longtime Egyptian militant with ties to Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden admitted in federal court Friday that he had links to the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings in Africa, a surprise guilty plea that the judge sharply questioned because it reduces his prison...
  • Jennifer Lawrence says photo hacking is sex crime: magazine

    Jennifer Lawrence says photo hacking is sex crime: magazine
    Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence, one of dozens of actresses, models and celebrities whose intimate images have been posted online, spoke about the photo hacking scandal for the first time on Tuesday, saying it is a crime and sexual violation. In an...
  • Ray Rice, wife and lawyer to meet with NFL, NFLPA investigators, sources say

    Ray Rice, wife and lawyer to meet with NFL, NFLPA investigators, sources say
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Ravens running back Ray Rice, his wife, Janay, and his defense attorney, Michael Diamondstein, will meet with both NFL investigator Robert Mueller III and NFL Players Association investigator Richard Craig Smith, according to...
  • FBI asks: Do you know the man in this Islamic State video?

    FBI asks: Do you know the man in this Islamic State video?
    The FBI is asking the public’s help in identifying an English-speaking man who appears in a propaganda video released last month by the Islamic State extremist group. Most of the man’s face is covered, but the agency said Tuesday that his...
  • FBI asks public to help identify homegrown terrorists

    FBI asks public to help identify homegrown terrorists
    One day after a Bolingbrook teen was accused in federal court in Chicago of plotting to travel to the Middle East and join Islamic State, the FBI is asking for the public's help to identify other individuals who have traveled — or are planning to...
  • Judge denies mistrial after dismissing African-American juror in Zimbabwe trial

    Judge denies mistrial after dismissing African-American juror in Zimbabwe trial
    Lawyers for a South Side activist accused of illegally lobbying on behalf of the oppressive regime in Zimbabwe asked for a mistrial today after a federal judge dismissed one of the only African Americans on the jury because of a scheduling conflict. The...
  • Twitter demanda a Depto. Justicia EEUU por derecho a revelar pedidos de vigilancia

    Twitter demanda a Depto. Justicia EEUU por derecho a revelar pedidos de vigilancia
    Twitter Inc demandó el martes al Departamento de Justicia de Estados Unidos, intensificando su batalla con las agencias federales en momentos en que el autoproclamado paladín de la libertad de expresión en internet busca lograr el derecho de revelar los...