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  • Fugitive Iraq VP Calls His Death Sentence 'Unjust'

    Fugitive Iraq VP Calls His Death Sentence 'Unjust'
    Baghdad -- The vice president of Iraq -- the country's top Sunni politician -- pleaded for calm Monday following his death sentence in absentia, while lashing out at Shiite Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki over what he described as a politically motivated...
  • Mom risks freedom in fight for kids

    Part one of two Marla Theocharides found herself on a cot in a small jail cell. She was lucky: One of the other two women was forced to sleep on the dirt floor. The windows held bars but no screens, allowing mosquitoes to swarm. Profane graffiti in...
  • Timeline: The Theocharides case so far

    2001: Marla Theocharides, a 32-year-old dental office manager living in Granger, met Cyprus-born Charis Theocharides, now 35, when she was a student in Arizona. 2003: Marla returned to the South Bend area in 2003, and Charis followed her. 2004: They...
  • Case could go to third country

    SOUTH BEND — A St. Joseph Circuit Court magistrate has ruled that his court should have jurisdiction in a bitter custody tug of war between a Granger woman and her estranged husband in Cyprus. Marla Theocharides filed for divorce in the United...
  • Custody battle crosses world

    The sad unraveling of a marriage often ends in a stack of papers bound together on a courthouse shelf, waiting on a judge to resolve lingering legal questions that are often the most emotional.When the two parents involved live nearly 6,000 miles apart...
  • Interview: The National on 'High Violet,' Wye Oak and how Obama's done so far

    Interview: The National on 'High Violet,' Wye Oak and how Obama's done so far
    The most distinctive piece of the National, an indie-rock quintet from Brooklyn, N.Y.-via-Cincinnati, is lead singer Matt Berninger's slurred baritone. It's a smooth, low purr that, when combined with the band's circular guitars and Bryan Devendorf's...
  • Jane's Addiction proves to be 'The Great Escape Artist'

    Jane's Addiction proves to be 'The Great Escape Artist'
    Jane's Addiction's new album, "The Great Escape Artist," was still a work in progress last May when the band appeared on an outdoor stage at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Jane's was the musical entertainment at an exhibition opening for director...
  • Stages are set for a Coachella art spectacular

    Stages are set for a Coachella art spectacular
    In one corner of the field at this year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, fans will find an unlikely structure — a kind of ad-hoc cathedral. There's no atonement for a boozy weekend inside, however. Instead, beams of light will cascade...
  • Across the border, beyond the law

    Across the border, beyond the law
    Just days before authorities charged him with sexually assaulting his own daughter, Abraham Caudel hopped a Greyhound bus from DeKalb to California, then crossed into Mexico in a pickup truck driven by his brother. In the eight years since he returned to...
  • Suspected 'Serial Butt Slasher' Arrested in Peru

    Suspected 'Serial Butt Slasher' Arrested in Peru
    Fairfax, Va. -- A man suspected in more than a dozen incidents at retail stores in Fairfax, Virginia has been captured in Peru, authorities said. Johnny D. Guillen, known as the "Corta Nalgas" -- or "butt cutter" -- was captured Friday in Lima, according...
  • Mexico stops plot to smuggle Kadafi son into country

     
    The Mexican government Wednesday exposed what it said was a plot to sneak a son of Moammar Kadafi into this country, a plan foiled when authorities busted an international smuggling ring....