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  • Bethlehem police chief: Musikfest is a very safe festival

    Musikfest attracted an estimated 1.1 million people this year and with that many people, surely a few will misbehave. But given the ratio of people to problems, the event fared well. Bethlehem police said Thursday there were 41 arrests, one of the lowest...
  • Internal effort announced to investigate Border Patrol abuses

    In an effort to speed up inquiries into Border Patrol agents, the agency overseeing them will criminally investigate officers suspected of excessive use of force and other abuses, its leader said Thursday as he announced changes to the agency's response...
  • Wife who admitted plot to kill Bethlehem slaying witnesses gets bail

    Wife who admitted plot to kill Bethlehem slaying witnesses gets bail
    PHILADELPHIA — Sonia Panell has been released from prison while she awaits a judge's decision on her request to withdraw a guilty plea to charges she plotted to kill witnesses in her husband's murder case. Panell's husband Rene Figueroa is...
  • Manhunt for Eric Frein intensifies as slain trooper laid to rest

    Manhunt for Eric Frein intensifies as slain trooper laid to rest
    SCRANTON — With snipers watching from the rooftops, hundreds of state troopers from Pennsylvania and as far away as Alaska converged in downtown Scranton on Thursday to mourn the death of a colleague killed in an ambush last week. The somber...
  • New federal program aims to build trust between police and communities

    Amid the Justice Department's criminal investigation into last month's police shooting in Ferguson, Mo., Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. announced a federal initiative Thursday to study racial bias and build trust between law enforcement agencies and the...
  • Thousands gather for state trooper's funeral as manhunt continues

    SCRANTON, Pa. For more than 20 minutes Thursday morning, the only sound downtown in Scranton was that of a lone tolling bell from St. Peter's Cathedral, ringing between long silent pauses. Thousands of men and women in uniform filled the city block...
  • Suspect in Pennsylvania police ambush put on FBI wanted list

    Suspect in Pennsylvania police ambush put on FBI wanted list
    The FBI on Thursday added the name of the suspect in last week's ambush of two Pennsylvania troopers to its list of the 10 most wanted fugitives, almost a week after a manhunt began for the person who killed one officer and wounded another. Eric...
  • U.S. contractor gets seven years for passing secrets to Chinese girlfriend

    HONOLULU (Reuters) - A former U.S. military contractor in Hawaii was sentenced on Wednesday to more than seven years in prison for passing national defense secrets to his Chinese girlfriend and illegally keeping numerous classified documents at his home....
  • Lawyers want to question Trotter about alleged $2,000 cash payoff

    Lawyers want to question Trotter about alleged $2,000 cash payoff
    Lawyers for a Chicago man charged with illegally lobbying on behalf of the oppressive regime in Zimbabwe want to cross-examine Illinois state Sen. Donne Trotter about a cash bribe that was allegedly passed to him as part of an undercover FBI sting five...
  • Jumoke Lawyer: Charter Group Not Responsible For Missing Equipment At Hartford School

    Jumoke Lawyer: Charter Group Not Responsible For Missing Equipment At Hartford School
    HARTFORD — After a terse threat of action from city school officials, a lawyer for Jumoke Academy has argued that the charter school group is not responsible for the 19 desktop computers and other equipment reported missing from Milner School. The...
  • U.S. advisers may take forward positions in Iraq fighting

    MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE Fla. (Reuters) - Some U.S. military advisers could end up in front-line positions in the fight against Islamic State militants, the White House said on Wednesday, although President Barack Obama vowed that America would not fight...