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  • Man on FBI 'most wanted' list arrested in Mexico, sent to Louisiana

    (Reuters) - A man on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list suspected of raping and murdering a woman in her mobile home in 2008 was captured in Mexico and sent earlier this week to Louisiana to face prosecution, an FBI spokeswoman said on Thursday. Jose...
  • 'Sovereign Citizen' Learns Stop Signs Apply To Him

    'Sovereign Citizen' Learns Stop Signs Apply To Him
    WATERBURY — A Louisiana man who claims to be a "sovereign citizen," part of a movement whose adherents claim they have no obligation obey the law, pay taxes or even possess a driver's license, found out Tuesday that stop signs apply to everyone....
  • Washington state man sentenced to 10 years for torching gay club

    SEATTLE (Reuters) - A Washington state man was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Thursday for setting fire to a popular Seattle gay nightclub packed with New Year's Eve revelers. No one was badly hurt in the Dec. 31, 2013, attack on Neighbors, a...
  • Best-sellers: Hardcover fiction and nonfiction, plus Chicagoland hits

    HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "A Perfect Life" by Danielle Steel (Delacorte, $28). News anchor Blaise McCarthy's perfect world is turned upside down when her blind daughter returns home from boarding school. Last week: — 2. "Tom Clancy Support and Defend"...
  • FBI interview report on correctional officer killing released

    SCRANTON — FBI interview reports about the night federal correctional officer Eric Williams was slain reveal how his colleagues quickly rallied to identify his attacker, then convince him to turn over the murder weapon and surrender. The reports,...
  • Jumoke Balks At Former FUSE Workers' Push For Unemployment

    Jumoke Balks At Former FUSE Workers' Push For Unemployment
    HARTFORD — At least a dozen former FUSE employees, including embattled CEO Michael M. Sharpe, have applied for unemployment benefits and named the government-subsidized Jumoke Academy charter school as their former employer. In his request to...
  • FBI agent opens fire during suspected kidnapping; chase ensues

    FBI agent opens fire during suspected kidnapping; chase ensues
    An FBI agent shot at a man in Canoga Park after it appeared that he was trying to kidnap a woman and force her into his car, law enforcement authorities said late Wednesday. The man left he scene and led officers on a high speed chase across the San...
  • Jay Bookman: House GOP just making stuff up to hide its own impotence

    In an interview on Fox News over the weekend, incoming House Majority Whip Steven Scalise of Lousiana was asked repeatedly by Chris Wallace about the prospect of impeaching President Barack Obama. The exchange was illuminating, both for the lack of...
  • New Leader Appointed For Jumoke Charter Schools

    New Leader Appointed For Jumoke Charter Schools
    HARTFORD — Troy Monroe, a former academic director for the beleaguered charter school operator FUSE, has been named the new leader of Jumoke Academy. Monroe recently served as acting co-CEO for Family Urban Schools of Excellence after last month's...
  • Viaje al centro del narcotráfico peruano

    BASE MILITAR INCAHUASI Perú (Reuters) - (Para ver este reporte en un formato PDF abra: http://tmsnrt.rs/UIzNqM) Mientras el helicóptero avanza sobre la infinita selva del sur de Perú, los artilleros a cada lado del fuselaje recorren el paisaje con el...
  • Animal behaviorists take a stand against breed-specific legislation

    Animal behaviorists take a stand against breed-specific legislation
    At the Animal Behavior Symposium July 25, the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB) announced its rejection of breed-specific legislation (BSL) in a new position paper. Some communities -- ironically including Denver -- ban specific...