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  • NFL's Ravens knew about Rice video within hours: ESPN

    (Reuters) - The Baltimore Ravens knew about the video of star running back Ray Rice knocking out his then-girlfriend in an elevator within hours of the assault and the NFL team later sought leniency for him, ESPN reported on Friday. ESPN's "Outside...
  • 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....
  • Roger Goodell again apologizes for his handling of Ray Rice situation

    Roger Goodell again apologizes for his handling of Ray Rice situation
    In his first public comments in weeks, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reiterated that he initially mishandled the discipline of former Ravens running back Ray Rice. “I got it wrong in the handling of the Ray Rice matter, and I’m sorry for...
  • 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...
  • Coming Sunday: The FBI sting that tore apart a small town

    Coming Sunday: The FBI sting that tore apart a small town
    For generations, the people of the Four Corners region have battled the federal government over the collecting and selling of Native American artifacts. Then, agents persuaded a local dealer to go undercover. Operation Cerberus was supposed to expose...
  • Was the point to make Goodell look worse?

    Was the point to make Goodell look worse?
    Roger Goodell said he believes in accountability.¬† Except apparently his own when it came to Adrian Peterson’s indictment and arrest for bloodying his 4-year-old son with a ¬†stick. Goodell still hasn’t been heard on that case. He was...
  • 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...
  • Chinese hacking into critical Pentagon contractors

    WASHINGTON The Chinese government has frequently hacked into the computer systems of defense contractors for the U.S. Transportation Command, the Pentagon agency responsible for deploying American troops and military equipment worldwide. A bipartisan...
  • TSA boss: Passenger pre-screening to be new standard

    TSA boss: Passenger pre-screening to be new standard
    Almost half of U.S. airline passengers this summer passed through expedited security, a sign that pre-screening is becoming the norm, the chief of the Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday in Chicago. And the current 3-ounce limit on...
  • Ex-sheriff's deputy gets 50 years in child sex abuse case

    Ex-sheriff's deputy gets 50 years in child sex abuse case
    A former McHenry County sheriff’s deputy who had investigated online sex crimes was sentenced to 50 years in prison Wednesday for the repeated sexual abuse of a child. Gregory Pyle, who pled guilty in January to crossing a state line to engage...